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Women in AppSec Training at Global AppSec DC

Securing the Web for Everyone

The OWASP Foundation is deeply committed to making apps more secure - and our industry more inclusive. Pictured above is a recent Introduction to AppSec Training Class at our Global AppSec Conference that was offered at no charge to diversity candidates. The Women in AppSec Committee has championed this effort and is making progress at increasing the diversity of the AppSec community.

In 2019, the OWASP Foundation committed over USD$100,000 towards diversity programs. Additionally we offer discounted membership dues for students and people living in developing economies. And of course, all of OWASP Projects, Chapters, Local Meetings, and many events are free and open to all attendees.

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Tax Deductibility of Gifts & Non-Exempt Status

As a US-based 501(c)3 registered non-profit charity, donations to the OWASP Foundation are generally tax deductible. OWASP membership fees, OWASP conferences fees, and OWASP conference sponsorship include benefits for the paying organization/individual which limits their tax-deductibility. Please consult a tax professional or your local taxing authority for details. The OWASP Foundation US Tax ID (EIN) is: 20-0963503.

Tax Returns (Form 990)

The OWASP Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our fiscal year runs January through December and we post our 990 as early as July of each year and have our financials audited every three years.

Audited Financial Statements

The OWASP Foundation audits their financials every three years. The next audit year is 2019.

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