$2,000 in AWS credits valid for 12 months that can be applied toward fees for AWS on-demand cloud services
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The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Credits Program for Nonprofits provides AWS Promotional Credits ("credits") for cloud services to eligible nonprofits and public libraries throughout the United States.
You can apply these service credits toward usage fees for AWS on-demand cloud services and certain AWS support fees. AWS is a secure cloud services platform that offers computing power, database storage, content delivery, and other functionality without requiring organizations to invest in physical infrastructure. These credits are not valid for Reserved Instances, Mechanical Turk, Route53 domain purchases, or support launch fees.
For additional information, see the Amazon Web Services Credits Program for Nonprofits FAQ and see how other nonprofit organizations are leveraging AWS cloud products and solutions.
If eligible, your organization may request one grant for $2,000 in AWS credits within the lifetime of the organization. Organizations may request a renewal for the grant each fiscal year thereafter (July 1 to June 30).
Consult the eligibility and restrictions page to review your organization's eligibility to participate in this program.
In addition to the AWS Credits Program for Nonprofits, AWS offers the AWS Free Tier for all new customers for 12 months following the organization's sign-up date. The AWS Free Tier is an offer that is separate from the AWS Credits Program. It allows new customers to use certain AWS services for free up to certain usage limits.
AWS recommends that potential grant recipients sign up for the AWS Free Tier before they request this offer.
In most situations, organizations will use both the AWS Credits Program for Nonprofits and the AWS Free Tier. This combination can help organizations leverage AWS's cloud infrastructure on a pay-as-you-go basis to host websites and fundraising software, store and analyze data, and develop new systems.