- Building A Global Network to Support Sustainable Information and Communication Technologies Entrepreneurship in Senegal, National Collegiate of Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), December 2008. This grant supported the creation of a network of universities interested in mobile application development. (2009-2010)
- Sustainable Technology-based Entrepreneurship for the Senegalese Market, National Collegiate of Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), December 2007. This grant supported the partnership between Pace University, Stony Brook University, and Thies University. (2008-2009)
- IBM sponsored the competitions in 2010-2011 (for prizes only) and 2011-2012. Support has been provided through the Pace University Global Software Development project.
- Toward an end-to-end tooling infrastructure in Global Software Development projects using Jazz (2008)
- Global Software Development for Smarter Cities (2010-2011)
- A Global Perspective on Mobile Innovations for Smarter Energy (2011-2012)
- RIM provided 20 Blackberry phones (Blackberry Bold 7000) and visibility of the project for the deployment of projects for children.
Mobile Application Development: Future Initiatives in Senegal and West Africa. This grant supported a bootcamp on mobile applications on the theme African Women Empowerment (2010)
- Nokia provided 35 phones to be used for the deployment of the mobile applications in Senegal. These phones are used by students for development and by the beneficiaries of the mobile applications - artisans at the Artisan Villages of Thies and St Louis in Senegal. (2009) Nokia also provided phones as prizes for the competitions in 2010-2011 and 2011-2012.
- Through Mobile Senegal Nokia provided Nokia N95 and Nokia 6300 devices to the University of Thies for the introduction of mobile technology in the curriculum.
- Neurotech (2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012), Djanoa (2011-2012) and Celltouch (2011-2012) sponsored the competitions
- OReilly donated more than 40 books. (2011 and 2012)
- Pearson Education donated more than 90 books. (2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012)
Jones & Bartlett Learning donated 12 books. (2010)