Workplace for good
Workplace, Meta’s business communication tool, helps organizations connect their workers. Since 2018 we have donated it to eligible nonprofit charitable organizations around the world.
How we help nonprofits all over the world.
Workplace donates the equivalent of $92m of software annually. It’s helped form 22,000 groups on Workplace and sends 300,000 messages every day for nonprofitable charitable organizations. We are proud to play our part in helping these organizations change the world for the better.
One of the UK's largest providers of high-quality integrated housing, health and social care.
Workplace connected the 3500 colleagues of this social enterprise and charity and helped them build on over 80 years of crucial work, which has now seen them help 110,000 people find 55,000 homes across England and Scotland.
A charitable organization that distributes sanitary products to those in need across Australia.
Workplace was launched to their 5,500 volunteers in 2017 and helped create a community feel that helps them collect and distribute sanitary products to thousands of women who may be experiencing homelessness, fleeing domestic violence, or other trauma in their life.
This award winning nonprofit drives change around the world through the power of sport in communities.
Workplace made it possible for the ten full-time staff and dozens of global citizens spread across 130 countries to all work together, so they became more efficient, effective, and economical with their resources to create a sustainable impact around the world.
Workplace for Good social impact
Reach a new level, with the help of new technology
Workplace helps nonprofits communicate and collaborate, but it’s just one of the tools Meta can offer to assist them. Meta Quest can open up the world of virtual reality and all the possibilities it offers.
Whether it’s research, complex training or guides to simple procedures, learning in VR is far more effective because of the ability to build muscle memory as things feel more real. So, whether you need to offer training for disaster scenarios, rescues, or emergency medical procedures, VR can help make it safer and more memorable.
The very nature of nonprofits will mean travel for its volunteers or staff is a cost they’d rather not incur. Workrooms is a VR experience that helps everyone feel as if they’re right in the same room, or work space, even when they may be physically miles apart.
While the metaverse is still very much in production, nonprofits will eventually need to have a presence there. We can help them take those early steps so they can tell their story, appeal for funds, and attract workers or volunteers in a new space.
Still have questions?
We welcome applications from non-governmental organizations that hold valid non-profit status as verified by TechSoup or one of its local partners, subject to the exclusions outlined below.
The following organizations do not qualify regardless of non-profit status:
- Organizations involved with health insurance or group health plans
- Schools, universities, and other academic institutions, including school districts and athletic associations, and educational services organizations
- Governmental entities, agencies, or organizations
- Legislative and political activity organizations (including advocacy)
- Churches and other religious organizations
- Professional athletic leagues
- Credit unions and other mutual organizations
If your application isn’t approved, you’re welcome to apply in the future if the status of your organization changes. In the meantime, you can use Workplace Core at our standard rates.
Organizations that qualify for Workplace for Good may only create user accounts for their direct employees, contractors and volunteers. If a qualifying organization creates user accounts for anyone else, Meta reserves the right to charge the organization the standard rates for such user accounts.
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