- TechSoup is a platform built for nonprofits. They partner with companies to release free, or discounted software and services.
- Katarina Wajda made this productHi Ben, Non-profits are especially fond of our product (just to name a few: Waterkeeper Alliance, Partners In School Innovation, Children's Literacy Initiative, TrickleUp, Down Syndrome Affiliates In Action). We offer special discounts specifically for non-profits who choose to upgrade from our free version. Hope this helps! :)
- Mail for good helps you to send emails in an affordable way, It uses AWS Simple Email Service to send emails. And its build for nonprofits in mind.
- Microsoft has always offered great discounts for (most kinds of) non-profits and Office 365 is no different. Entry level plans that include the full Office desktop suite start at $2/mo/user. The best plan is (currently) Office 365 E3 at $4.50/mo/user. You get so much with that package. They also offer a 'donation' plan for up to 300 users. That one's completely free and includes email and online versions of Word/Excel/etc. Great offering. https://products.office.com/en-u...
- Ksenia Borisova made this productGetSiteControl website tools are not specifically for nonprofits, they are for any websites or blogs, but we offer nonprofit organizations completely free access to our paid subscription plan. Most nonprofit organizations have a website these days. With GetSiteControl they can get all sorts of useful engagement tools free of charge: online surveys, contact forms, email lead forms, live chats, promotional popups, etc.
- Buffer makes setting up Social Media posts easy! It works with all major social networks, and is free with some limitations. I'm not sure if they have a specific plan for nonprofits, but no harm in checking with the team. They are super helpful.