I have just read that at every end of a year, the moderators of all the communities under the StackExchange umbrella decide on some donations to various organizations of public international interest (or, at least, this is what I have understood of that post).
Since this also involves the moderators of MathSE, I would like to ask them to detail how this process works and, if this is not private, to what organizations they chose to allocate that money (in 2016, as well as in the past years). (Since that money is not "ours" but rather belongs to SE, the MathSE moderators are not held to be publicly accountable for whom they decide to it to, but it would be nice and transparent if they agreed to share the information asked for above.)
The relevant quotes from the linked post (all emphasis mine):
"In the next year, we grew to twenty-four employees and 130+ moderators across 38 sites, so it seemed only fitting to get our Moderators more involved in the process. An invitation went out where we offered to make a $100 donation to a selected charity on behalf of each Moderator representing their community."
"[...] we are able to make the following donations to charity on behalf of the 509 moderators of Stack Exchange [...]"