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Free or Discounted Tech Tools for Nonprofits

Free and Discounted Tech Tools

In the spirit of giving, we'd like to share some free and discounted tech resources for nonprofits. Whether you're looking for an email marketing platform, software and licenses for your office, or tech training, there are a variety of resources available to nonprofits at discounted rates.

MailChimp is a great resource for organizations interested in getting their message out through email marketing campaigns. It allows you to send up to 12,000 emails a month to up to 2,000 subscribers for free. And if you need to reach more than 2,000 subscribers, you can purchase a plan and receive a 15% non-profit discount. Learn more about MailChimp's non-profit discount here.

Looking for software? Techsoup provides a wide range of donated and discounted software, hardware, and online trainings for nonprofits. Whether you need a server for your office, some training on Microsoft tools, or software for your team, Techsoup may have what you're looking for at significantly reduced prices. In fact, their website advertises that "The average nonprofit saves $12,000 on technology products over the course of its TechSoup membership."

Need some tech advice? Idealware.org provides a wealth of articles and presentations regarding tech decisions for your nonprofit. Their content includes how-to articles, pro and con reviews, tech trends, tips, and more.

If you want to get started with online advertising, Google for Nonprofits offers $10,000 per month in Adwords grants for eligible nonprofits! They also offer a variety of services including email, Google Drive, and YouTube for Nonprofits, among others. Learn more at Google for Nonprofits.

What nonprofit discounts does your organization enjoy? Share with others in the comments below. 

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