Raspberry Pi Foundation

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a UK-based charity. Since launching our first product in 2012, we have sold over seven million low-cost, high-performance Raspberry Pi computers through our trading subsidiary, Raspberry Pi Trading Ltd, and helped to establish a global community of digital makers and educators. All profits are directed to the Foundation’s mission to put the power of digital making into the hands of people all over the world. We provide outreach and educational programmes to make computing and digital making relevant and accessible to more people. We work with partners to develop programmes that get people of all ages engaged in digital making, often using contexts like music, space, nature, and the arts to involve people who might not think that computing is relevant to them. We support networks of volunteer-led events that provide opportunities for people to get involved in digital making. In November 2015 we joined forces with Code Club, who help volunteers run free clubs to teach children to code in schools all over the world. We develop free learning resources to help people, from beginners to advanced users, to learn about computing and how to make things with computers. We train teachers, educators and others who can guide other people to learn about computing and digital making. We help create and sustain communities that share learning and support.

Cambridge, GB
Raspberry Pi Foundation was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Cambridge, GB

Key People at Raspberry Pi Foundation

Carrie Anne

Carrie Anne

Director of Education

Raspberry Pi Foundation Office Locations

Raspberry Pi Foundation has an office in Cambridge

Raspberry Pi Foundation Data and Metrics

Raspberry Pi Foundation Summary

Founding Date


Raspberry Pi Foundation Financial Metrics

Raspberry Pi Foundation's revenue was reported to be £9.1 m in FY, 2015 which is a 55% increase from the previous period.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


6 m5.9 m9.1 m

Revenue growth, %


Pre tax profit

2.2 m1.7 m2.8 m

Net Income

2.2 m1.7 m2.8 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015


2.3 m1.3 m2.7 m

Accounts Receivable

603.4 k1.5 m1.4 m

Current Assets

3.5 m3.5 m5.7 m


25 k2.1 m3.3 m
GBPFY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash From Operating Activities

1.1 m2.3 m
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Raspberry Pi Foundation News and Updates

Raspberry Pi and CoderDojo team up to create world’s biggest coding school

Raspberry Pi, the makers of those affordable single-board computers, and the CoderDojo Foundation, which runs a network of coding clubs for school-age children, have announced they’re merging in order to give more young people opportunities to get into compsci. CoderDojo is a global phenomenon, with…

Raspberry Pi Foundation merges with coding club network CoderDojo

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the organization behind the micro-computer designed as an easy point of entry for tinkerers and budding programmers, is merging with not-for-profit coding club network CoderDojo. For the uninitiated, the Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized device that serves as a buildin…

Raspberry Pi Foundation and CoderDojo to code club together

 The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced it’s merging with another code club charity, Dublin-based CoderDojo. The aim is to advance shared goals around furthering the march of computing education for young people. Read More

This DIY Google Home uses Raspberry Pi and cardboard to make the magic happen

 Want a Google Home but would rather prioritize cost savings over fit and finish? Getting the latest issue of the officially magazine of Raspberry Pi, the MagPi. The Raspberry Pi foundation has often included freebies along with its magazine, but this might be the best yet – it’s a kit co-created by…

A Beautiful Tripod That Doubles as a Selfie Stick Because 2017

MeFoto's Backpacker Air folds up to the size of a flashlight and comes in seven glorious colors. The post A Beautiful Tripod That Doubles as a Selfie Stick Because 2017 appeared first on WIRED.

Raspberry Pi adds a key feature to its $10 computer

Making your own smart device just got easier. Raspberry Pi is celebrating five years since the launch of its original ultra-cheap DIY computer by announcing a new one, the Raspberry Pi Zero W. The Zero W incorporates wireless LAN and Bluetooth and is priced at $10 ( about £8), plus tax. The Rasp…
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