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Announcing AWS Cloud Credits for Nonprofits with TechSoup Global

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AWS is excited to announce that we are partnering with TechSoup Global (TSG), a nonprofit technology network that connects nonprofit organizations with discounted or donated tech products and services, to provide AWS credits to nonprofits. Through the AWS Credit Program, nonprofits get access to selected, packaged AWS Cloud services.

From issue advocacy to charitable causes, from health and welfare to wildlife, over 17,500 nonprofit organizations are already using AWS to radically reduce infrastructure costs, build their capacity, and reduce waste. With AWS, nonprofits don’t have to make large upfront investments in hardware and spend time and effort managing that hardware.

Instead, organizations can provision exactly the computing resources they need to power their organizations and keep focus on the mission. Our expansive technology platform allows nonprofits of all sizes to run lean and frees them to be fast, agile, and even global, while still being efficient with IT spend, paying only for what they use.

Lack of access to the most up-to-date IT infrastructure services should not stand in the way of nonprofits from accomplishing their mission. Through the Nonprofit Credit Program with TechSoup Global, AWS enables nonprofits to accomplish their missions by helping to subsidize their infrastructure costs. Eligible nonprofits will receive $2,000 worth of AWS service credits annually to be used towards Amazon WorkDocs, Amazon WorkMail, and Amazon WorkSpaces.

What Do You Get?

The AWS Nonprofit Credit Program at TechSoup provides support to eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries throughout the United States by providing promotional credits to subsidize cloud infrastructure costs. To access your credits, go to: www.techsoup.org/amazon-web-services

“Being able to announce our partnership with AWS means together we are able to meet a very specific need for the nonprofit community. By bringing this generous offer to the sector, AWS is enabling nonprofits to benefit from cloud-based solutions with top tier support. This program goes a long way toward helping TechSoup deliver on its promise to connect changemakers worldwide with the technology they need to improve lives,” said Gayle Samuelson Carpentier, Chief Business Development Officer, TechSoup.

Learn more about AWS for nonprofits at the Nonprofit Technology Conference March 23-25, 2016 in San Jose, CA. Come visit us at booth #624 to engage with AWS staff, view booth demos, participate in daily raffles of Amazon devices, and learn from our live product demonstration on Workspaces.

And don’t forget about our monthly nonprofit office hours where you can speak directly with one of our solutions architects!