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.

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

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Key People/Management at Raspberry Pi Foundation

Carrie Anne

Carrie Anne

Director of Educator Support
Bill Liao

Bill Liao

Board Member
James Whelton

James Whelton

Board Member
Philip Colligan

Philip Colligan

Chief Executive Officer, Director
Sue Sentance

Sue Sentance

Chief Learning Officer
Eben Upton

Eben Upton

Chief Executive Raspberry Pi Trading
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Raspberry Pi Foundation Office Locations

Raspberry Pi Foundation has an office in Cambridge
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Raspberry Pi Foundation Financials and Metrics

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Raspberry Pi Foundation News and Updates

Raspberry Pi Foundation announces Raspberry Pi 4 with 8GB of RAM

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a new version of its flagship model, the Raspberry Pi 4. In addition to the models that come with 2GB and 4GB of RAM, there’s a new 8GB model. This model costs $75, which makes it the most expensive Raspberry Pi out there. As always, you get a single-board [……

The Raspberry Pi Foundation unveils the Raspberry Pi 4

The Raspberry Pi 4 is here — and it’s an awesome upgrade. Earlier rumors said that it would take a while before a major Raspberry Pi upgrade, but it’s available starting today. When it comes to physical design, the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B looks a lot like the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, the […]

Raspberry Pi Foundation merges with coding charity for kids

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the United Kingdom charity organization behind the tiny Raspberry Pi computers, announced today that it will be merging with CoderDojo, a coding club for children between 7 and 17 years old. According to Raspberry Pi Foundation Chief Executive Philip Colligan, the goal b…

Raspberry Pi Foundation Blogs

Coding for concentration with Digital Making at Home

September is wellness month at Digital Making at Home. Your young makers can code along with our educators every week to create projects that focus on their well-being. This week’s brand-new projects are all about helping young people concentrate better. Through Digital Making at Home, we invite par…

What the blink is my IP address?

Picture the scene: you have a Raspberry Pi configured to run on your network, you power it up headless (without a monitor), and now you need to know which IP address it was assigned. Matthias came up with this solution, which makes your Raspberry Pi blink its IP address, because he used a Raspberry …

Turn a watermelon into a RetroPie games console

OK Cedrick, we don’t need to know why, but we have to know how you turned a watermelon into a games console. This has got to be a world first. What started out as a regular RetroPie project has blown up reddit due to the unusual choice of casing for the games console: nearly 50,000… The post Turn a …

It’s a brand-new NODE Mini Server!

NODE has long been working to create open-source resources to help more people harness the decentralised internet, and their easily 3D-printed designs are perfect to optimise your Raspberry Pi. NODE wanted to take advantage of the faster processor and up to 8GB RAM on Raspberry Pi 4 when it came out…

Give your voice assistant a retro Raspberry Pi makeover

Do you feel weird asking the weather or seeking advice from a faceless device? Would you feel better about talking to a classic 1978 2-XL educational robot from Mego Corporation? Matt over at element14 Community, where tons of interesting stuff happens, has got your back. Watch Matt explain how the …

Nandu’s lockdown Raspberry Pi robot project

Nandu Vadakkath was inspired by a line-following robot built (literally) entirely from salvage materials that could wait patiently and purchase beer for its maker in Tamil Nadu, India. So he set about making his own, but with the goal of making it capable of slightly more sophisticated tasks. Hardwa…
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Raspberry Pi Foundation Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Raspberry Pi Foundation founded?

    Raspberry Pi Foundation was founded in 2008.

  • Who are Raspberry Pi Foundation key executives?

    Raspberry Pi Foundation's key executives are Carrie Anne, Bill Liao and James Whelton.

  • How many employees does Raspberry Pi Foundation have?

    Raspberry Pi Foundation has 170 employees.

  • What is Raspberry Pi Foundation revenue?

    Latest Raspberry Pi Foundation annual revenue is £31.5 m.

  • What is Raspberry Pi Foundation revenue per employee?

    Latest Raspberry Pi Foundation revenue per employee is £185 k.

  • Who are Raspberry Pi Foundation competitors?

    Competitors of Raspberry Pi Foundation include American Management Association, The Frontline and Think Global.

  • Where are Raspberry Pi Foundation offices?

    Raspberry Pi Foundation has an office in Cambridge.

  • How many offices does Raspberry Pi Foundation have?

    Raspberry Pi Foundation has 1 office.