The Tor community is made up of all kinds of contributors.
Some people write documentation and bug reports, while others hold Tor events and conduct outreach.
Whether you have a lot of time to volunteer or a little, and whether you consider yourself technical or not, we want you to join our community, too.
Below you'll find some different ways to volunteer with the Tor community as well as resources to help you help Tor.
Do you teach your community about using Tor? These resources are for you.
Bring Tor materials to your next community event.
Onion services help you and your users defeat surveillance and censorship. Learn how you can deploy onion services.
We want Tor to work for everyone in the world, which means our software must be translated into a lot of languages.
We respect our users' privacy when we conduct research.
Relays are the backbone of the Tor network. Help make Tor stronger and faster by running a relay today.
The Tor Project is committed to fostering an inclusive environment and community. Tor is a place where people should feel safe to engage, share their point of view, and participate. Read our Code of Conduct, Social Contract, Statement of Values and learn about the Tor Community Council.