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TechSoup is proud to announce the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Grant Credits Program for Nonprofits.
A partnership with AWS, this grant program provides $2,000 in service credits to apply toward usage fees for up to three AWS cloud services — Amazon WorkMail, Amazon WorkDocs, and Amazon WorkSpaces — and toward certain AWS support fees. Used in combination with other AWS cloud services, these enterprise applications provide email, collaboration, and virtual desktop capabilities without requiring organizations to invest in physical infrastructure.
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If you already use or want to get started using AWS cloud services, you can use AWS grant credits to save on IT costs by not investing in physical infrastructure and provisioning only the resources you need.
If you frequently work with volunteers or other temporary employees, you can use AWS cloud services to provide them with cloud-based email accounts or virtual desktops on the fly without long-term licensing agreements.
For more benefits, see the offer page.
This grant provides $2,000 in AWS credits valid for 12 months that can be applied toward usage fees for up to three AWS cloud services — Amazon WorkMail, Amazon WorkDocs, and Amazon WorkSpaces — and toward AWS support fees at the Business-tier level.
You can learn more about each of these services and watch an introductory video for each on the AWS website.
In addition to the AWS Grant Credits Program for Nonprofits, AWS offers the AWS Free Tier for all new customers for 12 months following the organization's sign-up date. The AWS Free Tier is an offer that is separate from the Grant Credits Program. It allows new customers to use certain AWS services for free up to certain usage limits.
In most situations, organizations will use both the AWS Grant Credits Program for Nonprofits and the AWS Free Tier. This combination can help organizations leverage AWS's cloud infrastructure on a pay-as-you-go basis to host websites and fundraising software, store and analyze data, and develop new systems.
Check out how other nonprofits and charities are using AWS for more ideas on how it can help your organization.
They also run monthly office hours for nonprofits. Check out their launch blog post aws.amazon.com/.../techsoup-global, and if you will be in town for NTC their booth there!
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