CELL receives sponsorship and support through multiple sources.
All technical development on the project is performed at the NT2 lab in Montreal.
Funding for the first stage of the CELL website and search engine was made possible through an NEH Digital Humanities Start-up grant (2014-15).
Additional funding was received from the Electronic Literature Organization, the University of Bergen, and the University of Siegen.
An initial meeting between NT2 representatives and the Center for Literary Computing at West Virginia University was made possible through a grant from the Programme Québec-États-Unis by the Ministère des Relations internationales, de la Francophonie et du Commerce extérieur du Québec.
CELL received support from staff and resources at the Center for Literary Computing at West Virginia University, including a 2014-14 PSCoR Grant.
All the CELL members contribute to the success of project.