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Promotional AWS credits for nonprofit organisations - How it works

Boost your impact with technology

At Tech To The Rescue, our mission is to empower nonprofit organizations with technology, by matching them with software companies that are ready to support and build digital solutions pro-bono. Through our collaboration with AWS and the “Claim your AWS Credits!” program, we can create more opportunities to engage tech companies in pro-bono projects for the impact sector.

What kind of organizations are eligible to receive AWS Credits?

This campaign welcomes nonprofits from the EMEA region acting in the following impact areas:

  • tech education
  • climate change
  • equitable health
  • disaster response

What does the process look like?

As a first step, we will verify the eligibility of your nonprofit organization, and scope the technological project that you want to develop. If your application is successful, our Matching Team will find a suitable tech company that can deliver the technology project pro-bono (or low-bono) and ensure that the AWS credits are used in line with the project scope. Finally, we will follow up with an Impact Measurement survey to see how the developed solution benefits your organization and impact in the mid- and long-term.

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Find out more about our matching process.

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Our case studies

Discover how nonprofit organizations innovate using AWS Credits.
Cloud-based Solutions
The First Virtual Women’s History Museum
Powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and in collaboration with Tech To The Rescue, the Museum of Women's History Foundation embarked on a mission to create the first virtual Museum of Polish Women's History that will unite Polish history initiatives and become a modern cultural, educational, and scientific research institution.
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Software Development
On a Mission to Preserve the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage
Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) is a movement of librarians, archivists, researchers, and developers from different countries, who came together to archive content from Ukrainian cultural websites.
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