Software in the Public Interest (SPI)
SPI is a non-profit organization which was founded to help organizations develop and distribute open hardware and software. In keeping with the philosophy of donating to meta-projects, SPI (http://www.spi-inc.org/) is a worthy FLOSS Fund nominee for its support of important open source projects including:
Debian: A leading non-commercial distribution, Debian produces a robust, easily configured server platform which serves as the basis of *ubuntu and Knoppix, among others.
PostgreSQL: PostgreSQL is an enterprise class, open-source relational database system.
Drupal: "Drupal is a content management system. It provides flexible, powerful tools that are combined to make web sites." Like this one.
freedesktop.org: freedesktop.org is dedicated to increasing interoperability and shared technology between various X-Window System desktops including, but not limited to, GNOME and KDE.
OpenOffice.org: An open-source office suite, OpenOffice.org provides a multi-lingual, multi-platform solution compatible with other major office suites. The suite includes a word processor, spreadsheet, multimedia presentation tool and database editor.
By default, funds donated to SPI are directed to the supported projects (http://www.spi-inc.org/projects) on the basis of need.