We're generally looking for donated hardware and support services that could be used to provide the infrastructure that supports Tor's operations, including website mirrors, database servers, build systems and legacy hardware for supporting packages on older Operating Systems; such as OS X 10.2, OS X 10.3, Windows XP, Windows 7, IRIX, Redhat, CentOS, Fedora, Debian, etc. A number of service providers have an abundance of bandwidth capacity, but need hardware in order to donate it to us.
By donating hardware, you're joining our many sponsors in providing online privacy and anonymity. If you want Tor to work on your architecture or hardware, a fine way to do this is to donate the hardware and operating system to us. Contact us at email@example.com for more details.
The Tor Project is organized and operated exclusively for scientific, charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including (a) to develop, improve and distribute free, publicly available tools and programs that promote free speech, free expression, civic engagement and privacy rights online; (b) to conduct scientific research regarding, and to promote the use of and knowledge about, such tools, programs and related issues around the world; (c) to educate the general public around the world about privacy rights and anonymity issues connected to Internet use; and (d) to carry out and conduct such other activities related to the stated mission.