Our MissionTo preserve and provide perpetual access to the digital legacy of all people for the historical and educational benefit of future generations.
The Permanent Legacy Foundation is not your typical tech company. We are a mission-driven, 501(c)(3) nonprofit, cultural heritage organization, just like a library, museum, university, or faith-based organization.
Any money left over after paying salaries and utility bills is reinvested into the preservation of the digital materials entrusted to us. We actually pool all our one-time storage fees into a shared endowment and use the interest on this tax-exempt investment fund to pay our ongoing operations and storage costs, in perpetuity.
Charitable donors are valuable partners. Philanthropy allows our team to do what we otherwise could not: research new technology, innovate on user experience, recruit new talent, and expand access to the broadest possible community through our Byte4Byte Program. Charitable gifts can take many forms, such as cash, stocks, property, bequests, and valuable volunteer time.
The Nonprofit Advantage
Meet the Team
Amanda (she/they) is an interdisciplinary artist, librarian, educator, activist, and end-of-life doula. Her tenure in libraries, museums, and community archives spans over ten years. When Amanda isn’t working or making art you can find her biking around Tucson, AZ with a free mobile zine library, gardening, or reading a good creative non-fiction book.
Natalie Martin is a software developer who cares about writing clean code and enhancing both user and developer experience. In addition to her years as a professional front end developer, she has also contributed to multiple open source projects in her free time. She likes developing video games and is an accordionist living in Phoenix, AZ.
Founder & CEO of Wolfram Research, Wolfram Alpha and Pioneer of Wolfram Language
Founder, Internet Archive
Deputy Chief Genealogical Officer, FamilySearch
Partner, Strategy and Product Marketing Decision Counsel
Co-Founder and CEO, EverPresent