As a company, we're always looking for ways to help communities and know that we can do better.
Historically, our apps on the Atlassian Marketplace have always been automatically available for discount to nonprofit organisations. We're a bit newer to the monday.com app marketplace, but notice that we've only been applying discounts on an ad-hoc basis up until now. This needed change.
Announcing free subscriptions for nonprofits
So today, we are thrilled to announce that all our apps on the monday.com app marketplace are now available for free subscriptions / licenses for nonprofit organisations for up to 100 users. These apps are designed to streamline and simplify various organisational processes, making it easier for nonprofits to manage their daily operations and help them grow.
How to apply
This offer is available for qualifying charitable nonprofits. These are organisations that are non-governmental, non-academic, non-commercial, non-political, and have no religious affiliation. We want to ensure that the offer goes to the organisations that need it most.
To qualify for a free nonprofit subscription, charitable organisations must fill out a monday.com WorkForm (of course).
The form can be accessed here.
We understand that nonprofits often operate on tight budgets, and we want to make it easier for them to access the technology they need to succeed and grow. With the free licenses, organisations can take advantage of the full suite of features and benefits that these apps have to offer.
Making a positive impact
We are proud to partner with monday.com on their app marketplace and are excited about the impact this offer will have on the nonprofit community. We believe that by providing nonprofits with the tools they need to succeed, we can help them achieve their goals and make a positive impact on the world.
We encourage all qualifying nonprofit organisations to take advantage of this opportunity and fill out the form to access free subscriptions. Together, we can help nonprofits thrive and make a difference in their communities.
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