The Drupal Association is a non-profit organization who supports and promotes the Drupal project. They run a variety of programs to grow the Drupal community, and they maintain the infrastructure for the Drupal project at drupal.org.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, this year's DrupalCon in Minneapolis isn't going forward as scheduled. The Drupal Association relies heavily on the annual DrupalCon revenue to support its other operations, so without this event, they are struggling financially.
DrupalTutor.com wouldn't be possible without the Drupal project, and therefore without the Drupal Association. So, through the end of April, I'm donating 100% of the revenue from online classes to the Drupal Association.
If you've been thinking about taking one of my Drupal courses, now is the perfect time to learn Drupal and give back to the Drupal project at the same time. (And if you're already a Drupal wizard, you can support the Drupal Association directly here.)
There's no cap on how much I'll donate, so load up your cart with classes for the rest of the year! You can check out the list of courses and bundles on the Our Courses page, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact me here.