WEB & VIDEO CONFERENCE

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GoToMeeting

GoToMeetingWeb & Video Conferencing

Train, engage, and meet up with your stakeholders using GoToMeeting for nonprofits

GoToMeeting is well-known video conferencing service with webinar and training services available from parent company LogMeIn (GoToWebinar and GoToTraining, respectively). The service puts energy into even the most uninspired of conference calls and webinars with reliable video conferencing. Furthermore, meetings can be managed on-the-go. GoToMeeting also boasts services that close deals faster. For nonprofits, that could translate to donor relationships and getting to the ask. If it can be done over video conferencing, then your organization saves time and money otherwise spent traveling for in-person meetings.

 

How to access the GoToMeeting nonprofit discount

Though GoToMeeting does have a free version of software, the services are basic. Any organization that comes to depend on the GoTo family of services would find the need for an upgrade quickly. Fortunately, there’s a discount for that.

  • If you’re not already a customer, try the services out here (free for 14 days).

  • After the trial period, nonprofits can access discounted rates on upgrades from TechSoup for a nominal administrative fee. TechSoup is a trusted service that partners with tech companies to offer nonprofits discounts on software for relatively small administration fees.

 

Skype

SkypeWeb & Video Conferencing

Skype was built as an international calling platform. Free to join, the service offers no-cost international calling with an internet connection as well as very competitive rates for overseas mobile and landline calls. Now that Skype is a service of Microsoft, its business services are more robust. In the age of video conferencing, Skype has matured to a fully functional business-class conferencing service that is integrated with the Microsoft 365 platform.

  • TechSoup has deals on Skype for Business server capabilities. Check them out here.

  • Microsoft offers discounted and donated plans on their 365 suite, which includes Skype – visit the website directly. Read about eligibility requirements here. TechSoup is a trusted service that partners with tech companies to offer nonprofits discounts on software for relatively small administration fees.

 

Zoom

Web & Video ConferencingZoom

Avoid video conference volatility with Zoom for nonprofits

Though Zoom specializes in video conferencing for education and health services, it’s a great communication tool for any organization. Zoom for nonprofits has more reliable call signals, even when participants span borders. Like other video conferencing services, it offers recording and webinar capabilities as well. Uniquely, participants can launch Zoom with one click. The service does not require a download for participants to join or open an account.

Zoom offers a free plan for high quality video conferencing with training and webinar capabilities. Furthermore, their paid services are already set at competitive prices for consumers.

How to access the Zoom nonprofit rate

  • Sign up for free directly on the website.

  • If you are a registered 501(c)3, be sure to check out TechSoup for discounted rates for nonprofits.  TechSoup is a trusted service that partners with tech companies to offer nonprofits discounts on software for relatively small administration fees.