Enhanced Non-Profit Grant Program Announced

June 25, 2012 | Irwin Hipsman
Enhanced Non-Profit Grant Program Announced

If the company you work for has a philanthropic program or there is a non-profit you are personally involved with, you may want to let them know about the changes to Brainshark’s Non-Profit Grant Program.

Over the past few years, Brainshark has awarded a no-cost Standard Edition license to non-profit organizations every quarter. It has been wonderful to work with a wide range of non-profit organizations, and we want to provide free use of Brainshark to even more non-profits.

To that end, we now are providing a myBrainshark Pro account to any non-profit who requests it. In addition to the standard myBrainshark service, the non-profit will receive 2 concurrent myBrainshark Pro presentations slots. Presentations can be made for fundraising, advocacy, training, outreach and more. With myBrainshark Pro, presentations can have

  • Password protection with URL’s hidden

  • A Guest Book enabled

  • E-mail viewing receipts sent and basic reports run

The quarterly Standard Edition grant program is not going away. To be eligible, a non-profit must begin with a myBrainshark Pro license and if the organization needs the additional features and capabilities of an Enterprise license, they can apply for a quarterly grant.

Here is an example of how one of our non-profit recipients is putting Brainshark to use:

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The process is very simple and within 5 business days your account will be ready to go. To lean more and apply, click here.

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