Adobe offers nonprofit pricing discounts in our VIP (Value Incentive Plan) and TLP (Transactional Licensing Program) programs globally. See if your organization is eligible for Adobe nonprofit prices.
Microsoft is a name synonymous with business, and according to a recent infographic from the company, 80% of Fortune 500 companies choose Microsoft Office for their software needs.
Ready to join the majority? Head on over to our website to see the Microsoft products we have available at non-profit pricing.
According to Tech Crunch, subscribing to Filemaker’s annual license is worth the annual fee, which is significantly lower than paying a one-time fee for the perpetual version. The last few releases have included increasingly advanced features for professional developers, although the next couple editions are projected to include features that are inclusive towards both pro and citizen developers.
Check out our annual Non-Profit Filemaker page here.
The iF Design awards are getting nearer and nearer, and if this year is anything like last, Wacom will again bring home a number of design trophies – and for the work they do on their tablets, they deserve it.
Wacom is the industry standard for drawing tablets, and if you’re even considering graphic design, photo editing, or straight-up composition, you owe it to yourself to pick up a Wacom tablet. Don’t send a mouse to do a tablet’s job.
A nonprofit and non-governmental organization in the United States must be a qualified 501(c)(3) public charity as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Outside the United States organizations must be qualified or registered as a public charity under the relevant local country’s laws (and where applicable hold a tax exempt certificate), or if no such local laws exist, then organizations must be the equivalent of a U.S. public charity. Eligible organizations must also operate on a not-for-profit basis and have a mission to benefit the local community that could include, but is not limited to:
- Providing relief to the poor
- Advancing education
- Improving social and community welfare
- Preserving culture
- Preserving or restoring the environment
- Promoting human rights
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the following types of qualified or registered nonprofit customers are ineligible for nonprofit pricing at Adobe:
- Organizations that have not obtained recognized charitable status in their respective country;
- Private foundations;
- Hospitals, clinics, or facilities providing direct medical care (except FQHCs in the US);
- Health management systems, HMOs, PPOs, or other healthcare organizations;Government funded research laboratories;
- Government organizations or agencies, including international governmental organizations and United Nations Entities;
- Schools, colleges, and universities;
- Political or lobbyist organizations;
- Labor or fraternal organizations;
- Commerce and trade associations; and
Organizations that engage in discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training or services, termination, promotion, and/or retirement based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political affiliation, union membership, or veteran status other than as allowed by law are not eligible to participate in this program.
An organization needs to be able to prove its tax-exempt status with current tax documents from its country of residence.
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Looking for software to edit and arrange your sound recordings?
Steinberg has a wide range of software to suit your individual needs as a producer. Click here and look for software with “academic” in the title to find the discounts you qualify for.
Not purchasing for a school? No worries – Our academic Steinberg discounts are available to 501c(3) non-profits as well.
Symantec Endpoint Protection defends businesses from both malware and targeted attacks—protecting against new and unknown threats.
Symantec Endpoint Protection uses Symantec’s Insight platform to collect and collate data from over 200 million systems in 200-plus countries. It uses this data to identify and create a security rating for every file accessed through the Internet. As a result, it stops targeted attacks and advanced, persistent threats with a degree of protection that far exceeds the capacities of traditional anti-virus.
Deployed as an on-premise solution, Symantec Endpoint Protection offers unified management across physical and virtual platforms, with granular policy control for enhanced flexibility and scalability.
Symantec Endpoint Protection is designed for maximum efficiency, enabling hardware to run faster and last longer for performance, and runs on several operating systems, including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The complete suite is a good fit for medium-sized businesses seeking a more comprehensive range of protection.