AWS Nonprofit programs are designed to enable organizations of all sizes to evolve their operations with cloud technology. They combine funding support such as grants of AWS credits to subsidize technology spend, trainings to transform your workforce, and other offerings to help you deliver on your mission.
Using AWS, TechSoup provides resources to nonprofits around the world securely and quickly to help them achieve their missions through technology. With diverse missions to promote health and welfare, achieve medical breakthroughs, protect wildlife, and support many other causes, TechSoup member organizations’ unique needs are supported by the TechSoup technology platform built in cooperation with AWS.
Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist, Taylor Carol, shares GameChanger’s mission and vision for the future that hinges on incorporating virtual reality technology, powered by the cloud, in hospitals around the world to improve the patient experience and bring joy to children and their families while in treatment.
Ocean Conservancy leverages AWS compute resources to run thousands of ocean-system simulations, using methods from across research disciplines to rapidly understanding stressors on the ocean and early indicators of major changes. Watch as Ocean Conservancy CEO, Andreas Merkl, discusses the value AWS services add to their research on ocean conservation.
Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a social enterprise that specializes in digitization, data sciences, and social research services. Learn about DDD’s Cloud Academy, which provides AWS training to young Kenyans, helping them pursue careers in technology. Academy students are using their skills for a digitization project with the National Museums of Kenya to preserve the history of the country’s people and technology.
Targeted fundraising campaigns and high-visibility awareness days are great for your organization – until your website crashes. Learn how several nonprofit organizations are managing variability in web traffic, including how JustGiving handles spikes on Giving Tuesday. Discover how this ability to scale could help your organization avoid unwanted downtime.
A Cloud Guru provides training to accelerate your organization's cloud adoption and talent transformation. Access the complimentary AWS training course delivered by leading practitioners of cloud computing. Learn more »
AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon.com, powered by AWS, that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the value of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers. Learn more »
Digital Divide Data (DDD) is a social impact organization that delivers AWS Cloud solutions and mission-driven projects for nonprofit organizations worldwide. DDD helps nonprofits of all sizes optimize their existing infrastructure from strategy through migration, build, and deployment, as well as offers ongoing managed services. Learn more »
Classy is the world’s fastest growing fundraising platform for social impact organizations. From events and donations, to crowdfunding and peer-to-peer campaigns, organizations are using Classy to create a consistent online presence across all of their fundraising efforts. Learn more »
Linux Academy courses and labs are engineered to facilitate true skill building for all levels, from novice to expert. You’ll get real-world experience with the AWS Cloud through a unique, hands-on approach. Learn more »
Data analysis and visualization is key to helping nonprofits of all sizes communicate their impact. Tableau’s software makes analyzing data fast, easy, and useful. From presenting a report to your board members, to creating an impact map for your website, Tableau has a solution. Learn more »
The Twilio.org Impact Corps is a community of developers and social impact organizations aimed at building positive change through communications technology. Through the Impact Corps, volunteer developers link with nonprofit organizations that share their passion and need technical assistance. Learn more »