In celebration of International Women’s Day on 8 March, I’m donating $10 for every sale of Program Management for Open Source Projects (ebook only) to Girls Who Code. For the rest of the month, I’ll donate $5 for every sale of Program Management for Open Source Projects (paper or ebook).
How does this work?
You buy a copy of the book, I make a donation! This includes sales directly from the publisher as well as third-party sellers. You don’t need to send me a receipt or anything to show that you bought it. Since print book sales take a while to report in, I’ll actually make two donations. I’ll donate for the ebooks at the beginning of April and for the print books in mid-July.
But then you get the tax benefits!
True. If you can think of a better way to do it, I’m open to suggestions for the future. Either way, Girls Who Code still gets the money. And I’ll submit a match request to my employer.
What if I bought a book before you announced this?
I’ll see the date of sale in my publisher’s dashboard, so I will be able to include pre-announcement purchases in the total.