We are a small nonprofit (Creating a Family, the national adoption & infertility education and support nonprofit) that provides support for families adopting children who have experienced abuse and neglect. We are interested in creating videos in-house to further our mission in educating and supporting families. It would be so very helpful if you could offer a discount or heck, even give back by offering your services at no cost. I'm not sure a tax deduction would be helpful, but we are a 501(c)(3) and could provide that.
Hello!! This is a big project of mine, personally. I hope we can do this soon. Please stay tuned!
Please provide adobe spark for free for nonprofit teams. At least consider matching what Canva does. Thank you.
I see this link but there is no way to find out more about this discount anywhere on the "ready to buy" page - https://helpx.adobe.com/africa/enterprise/using/non-profit.html#appropriate-identification. I work for a number of nonprofits and would love to help them get set up with a free Spark premium account – in the meantime I'm having to point them to Canva who do make their premium services available for free to nonprofits.
Would love to see a nonprofit version/discount for Spark!
Would love to see this! We don't really need the entire suite but would love to make adoption videos for our rescue.
I would second this request. I started a small non-profit just starting out, and have obtained my 501c3. Others such as canva.com give an upgrade for free to certified non-profits, but I can't find even a discounted Adobe Spark upgrade option.
Michael Campbell commented
Dawn, have you checked out Techsoup? Adobe is one of their corporate partners and offers the first year of Adobe CC deeply discounted...I can't remember off the top of my head. After the 1st year, Techsoupers retain usage at the Student/Teacher rate which is $29 per month for EVERYTHING... Photoshop, illustrator, premier pro, spark, InDesign, Acrobat, and a ton more.
Agreed. Many companies like Paypal and Google offer discounts for non-profits.
When will Adobe follow suit?