Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) refers to software, the source code of which is publicly shared and licensed in such a manner as to allow it to be freely used, modified, and shared. It offers several crucial benefits over proprietary closed-source software, such as improved security, stability, and privacy due to community oversight, and greater control over the technologies that people use. Moreover, as FOSS is underpinned by the sharing economy and collaborative innovation, it makes for software that works for the benefit of the larger society rather than the profit-driven interests of corporations. We make it our mandate to promote FOSS at all levels of governance as well as amongst general users, and work with stakeholders to catalyse its widespread adoption. We also provide pro-bono legal advice to FOSS developers.