Asana for Nonprofits
The Asana for Nonprofits program provides affordable access to Asana’s technology and services for nonprofit organizations that do good in the world and could not otherwise afford it.
Eligible nonprofit organizations can apply for the Asana Nonprofit Discount, a 50% discount for an annual Asana Premium or Business plan. Additionally, all Asana Nonprofit Discount recipients have access to the Asana Advisors program; a volunteer group of Asana employees who are available to help set your team up for success with Asana.
Asana for Nonprofits is available for nonprofit organizations in 25 countries, we hope to continue expanding this program to additional countries soon.
Technology and enablement
Nonprofit organizations are often asked to do a lot with only a little. We want to help you do more with more.
To ensure your organization's long-term success, you need the best technology and access to experts. Then, you can focus on finding solutions that help you fulfill your mission.
How do I apply for a nonprofit discount?
Applying for the Asana Nonprofit Discount is easy, simply:
- Check the Not sure if you qualify? link to ensure that your organization meets our eligibility requirements in your country.
If you have questions regarding eligibility criteria, including whether your organization is eligible, please contact your Countries Client Service Team.
- Click the Apply now button to apply for the Asana Nonprofit Discount on our partners site.
There is a small admin fee to apply for the Asana Nonprofit Discount which covers our partners cost of administering the discount.
- Add the Asana Nonprofit Discount to your Asana account.
Once your organization has been approved for the Asana Nonprofit Discount you’ll receive an email from TechSoup (or your country partner) with instructions on how to add the discount to your Asana account.
The Asana Nonprofit Discount can only be redeemed for an annual Asana Premium or Business plan.
Asana Advisors Program
All Asana Nonprofit Discount recipients can join the Asana Advisors program and engage with Asana employee volunteers to get pro-bono help with your Asana projects.
Asana Advisors can help you get started with Asana, find the best way to set up projects for your team, or troubleshoot work you have underway.
You can read more about how the Asana Advisors program works here.