AWS for Nonprofits & NGOs

Using technology to solve the world's most pressing issues


Tens of thousands of nonprofits and non-governmental organizations worldwide use AWS to build highly available, scalable websites, host core business and employee-facing systems, and manage donor outreach and fundraising efforts.

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Introduction to AWS for Nonprofits & NGOs

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Helping to End Future Famines with Machine Learning

The United Nations, World Bank, and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) with support from Amazon Web Services and other technology companies, recently launched the Famine Action Mechanism (FAM). The FAM is the first global mechanism dedicated to preventing future famines. 

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Top Takeaways from the AWS Public Sector Breakfast at re:Invent

At re:Invent, the AWS Public Sector Breakfast focused on tech for good. Read below for the key takeaways.

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How to Share Data (Hint: “Thoughtfully”)

Sharing data requires more than just making it available for download or creating an API to access it. In many ways, sharing data is similar to shipping a software product. Just like software, data is made up of digital information. It requires documentation, its users may require support, and it may become essential to those users. 

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Best Practices to Accelerate Cloud Adoption and Migration in the Public Sector

Public sector customers work on transformative and high-impact projects, but each organization is unique. Although their geography, mission, or size varies widely, their big thinking about how the cloud can improve or modernize services is a constant. 

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Who are we?

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow. Explore how millions of customers are currently leveraging AWS cloud products and solutions to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability and reliability.

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What can AWS do for me?

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an inexpensive and highly scalable infrastructure technology that can help you build websites, host core business and employee-facing systems, and manage outreach and fundraising. Nonprofit organizations around the world can stop paying for computing power they aren’t using - and instead, focus their resources on their important work.

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No matter where you are in your journey to the cloud, our nonprofit solutions architects are here to answer your most pressing questions about AWS products, services, and getting started. Email npofficehours@amazon.com to have your questions answered by a member of our team, today.

Benefits

Cost Savings & Scalability

Pay for only what you use while scaling up and down whenever you need to.

Donor Outreach and Fundraising

AWS’s inexpensive and scalable infrastructure helps nonprofit organizations manage donor outreach and fundraising efforts while paying for only what they use, which in turn helps nonprofit organizations focus their resources on their important missions.

Research

Open data sources and initiatives aggregate cutting edge research that can help organizations solve the world’s most substantial problems, together.

Websites

Building your website on AWS ensures that it is highly scalable, low cost, and ready for peak usage times, such as an important days of giving.

Nonprofit customer success spotlights around the world

Actions matter. Take a look at the ways nonprofits are using AWS to accomplish their missions. 

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  • United States
  • Latin America & Canada
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Global

Amazon cares about nonprofits

Businesses across Amazon invest in the nonprofit community. Explore the links below to learn about how these businesses are catering to nonprofits, building programs, and increasing social impact.

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Our nonprofit solutions architects are here to answer your most pressing questions about AWS products, services, and getting started.