I'm sure there's an answer to this question that I have just been unable to find. I work for a church and we're trying to purchase a long-overdue license for CC. From what I've read on Adobe so far, if the organization qualifies, it gives you access to "education pricing". The links for those pages send you in circles with no direct link to a purchase page. So does this mean you opt for buying the Students/Teachers license from the main page with a subsequent non-profit option? And if that is the case, is there no difference in price for Students/Teachers and non-profit? I just want to get a clearer idea of the non-profit option and its viability before I commit to a checkout process. Any insight or direction would be greatly appreciated.
In order to purchase Adobe CC products licenses in ""non-profit"" pricing, you need to contact a Reseller. You can access the link as follows to find the contact details of Resellers.
TechSoup remains a great option for charities, nonprofits, libraries, and foundations.
Adobe today also announced Adobe Express for Nonprofits, which "provides the premium version of Adobe Express for free to nonprofits worldwide to help changemakers around the world quickly and easily make standout content":
"We are harnessing our creative and technological strengths to enable the world’s 10 million+ nonprofits to accelerate their mission, engage their donors, reach more people and drive greater impact. This offering is part of Adobe’s long history of providing software to communities and nonprofit organizations to help them creatively tell their stories, inspire action and advocate for change."
Go to the ready to buy page and click on the "chat now" below the plans, and someone can help you from there.
My chat with Adobe about creative cloud nonprofit discount:
Are you a 501(c)(3) or 509 organisation?
Creative cloud complete plan will cost you $34.99 per month/license with minimum purchase of 2 licenses for non profit discount.
Each single app plan will cost you $14.99 per month/license with minimum purchase of 2 licenses for non profit discount.
To help you provide the best option and pricing, could you tell me what kinds of tasks would you like the software to help you accomplish?
We really just need InDesign for making booklets, flyers, pamphlets etc. And to have it available for multiple people to use in collaboration.
How many users will be using the software?
At least two
So it costs you around $29.98 per month for 2 Indesign CC licenses
Non profit license is not available online, you will have to place the order through this chat or Phone support team.
I wanted to confirm, if you are interested in editing videos, editing PDFs, web designing, graphics designing?
Maybe web design, but definitely graphic design
Based on your needs we have Creative cloud All apps plan which will best suit your needs. Creative cloud All apps plan includes latest Photoshop CC to edit Photos, Illustrator CC for graphics editing and creating logos, Indesign CC to create newsletter, flyers and brouchers, Dreamweaver CC web designing and lot more related apps.
Wonderful, I will relay this information to the person in charge of finances, and we will think on it. Thank you!
I got this too. A minimum of two licenses means it would cost us $29.98 per month -- but I could just buy one license for $20.99/month. I am the only one that will use the Adobe Product of Interest (Dreamweaver) for an animal rescue group that is a 501(c)(3) recognized organization in Florida. We don't need two licenses and would not use the second license. Is there no way Adobe can grant the single license price of $14.99? I'd be ok with it running on only one computer if that helps.