Discounted / Free Plans for Non-Profits & Charitable Organizations

I represent a 501(c)3 non-profit which is reliant on donations and volunteers to serve the Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing community in the Pacific NW. 

We are big fans of Webflow due to it's ease-of-use which allows our rotating volunteer staff to create and maintain websites with minimal web development knowledge. However the current pricing plans puts creating a full website out-of-reach for us (and I am sure for many others).

It would be wonderful if a special discounted or free plan could be provided for eligible non-profits, this could lead an increased audience of new organizations using Webflow (some eventually upgrading to larger plans).

An even bigger benefit is following suit of many of the big internet services such as Godaddy, Dreamhost & Slack who already offer free plans to non-profits. These free plans can be considered charitable donations for IRS tax-reporting purposes, offering Webflow the opportunity to receive a considerable charitable tax deduction every year so the scenario is win-win!

I hope the Webflow team will consider this request in the near future.

  • CymaSpace Team
  • Nov 23 2017
  • iTeams Infosys commented
    11 Mar 06:16pm

    I should add that this is for one year only. Also, if you pay annually for some plans, there is almost as much discount - depending on plan.

  • iTeams Infosys commented
    11 Mar 05:05pm

    Hey All, Webflow does offer discounts if you contact Billing and have proof of charity status.

  • Simon Borkin commented
    12 Feb 11:04pm

    I work with nonprofits and charities in the UK and webflow is perfect for their needs but the pricing is a bit out of reach for some so a discount on costs would make it viable. 

  • Kyle Lieber commented
    10 Feb 03:43am

    I work with a nonprofit org that helps other nonprofits solve technical problems and having a discounted rate for webflow would be great.

  • Bonk commented
    17 Jan 08:59pm

    Please count me as another vote to offer discounted rates for registered 501(c)(3) nonprofits! As the original poster notes, it's a win-win situation. It would provide a huge boost to nonprofit efforts to make the world a better place, while also improving consumer views of Webflow as a company — not to mention the tax benefits. Hope 2020 will be the year of the nonprofit discount!

  • Mike Dee commented
    23 Nov, 2019 05:49am

    I work with a non profit that does independent films and gives them away for free. This would mean a new site for each project plus their parent org site. Non profit plans are a must please!

  • Kendra Thompson commented
    7 Nov, 2019 06:18pm

    We would also love this! I work in a nonprofit in Canada and I'd love to use Webflow instead of Wordpress for all our websites, but it is very difficult to advocate for something that's not free. Please consider offering this to Webflow, then it would truly be the perfect package.

  • Abigail Africa commented
    27 Oct, 2019 11:20pm

    I'm in this boat too! I'm a big fan of webflow and a nerd about the future of web technologies, and I'm trying to convince the nonprofit I work for to switch to webflow. It's been challenging to do so because I'm passionate about this technology but it's hard to convince the team to pay for a web editor that they'd also have to learn to use.

  • Salam Sejahtera commented
    14 Apr, 2019 12:59am

    We would also be a huge fan of even a discount for registered 501(c)(3) non-profits! A fully-free option also isn't critical (i.e., hosting a website can cost a good bit more behind the scenes than Slack's messaging, for example), but a discount would always help us pitch Webflow to our budget person who's always juggling where we can cut operating costs & overhead.

    We'rea registered 501(c)(3) and, if needed, we would be so happy to include a short mention of where our website is designed/hosted (Webflow!).


    If you're looking for a verification partner, I know a lot of tech companies use TechSoup who handles the validation: Microsoft, Slack, Google, AWS, Adobe, etc. all use TechSoup! And it's nice for NGOs, too, as we just have to verify on one site. Plus, it absolutely doesn't require free; Adobe, for example, offers a discount only on TechSoup.

    https://www.techsoup.org/

  • Brian Singleton commented
    22 Jan, 2019 06:17pm

    I represent two different NPOs and would love to see a discounted price. I'm just learning webflow but it looks like it will fit very nicely into the nonprofit strategy of many organizations. Especially if the higher priced ecommerce packages were to be reduced. The ability to build forms for different events and get a lower payment processing fee would really be helpful.

  • Philippe Côté commented
    17 Jan, 2019 03:07pm

    I also approve this. Webflow could be a great help to non-profit organizations!

    Please consider this! :)

  • David Simpson commented
    18 Apr, 2018 06:39pm

    Most product companies include free accounts for 501(c)(3) non-profit charities, I hope Webflow will join that group soon!

  • Kasimir Suter Winter commented
    29 Dec, 2017 09:58pm

    I find myself in a very similar situation, representing a non-profit organization which would greatly benefit from the capabilities of webflow, but cannot afford its full website service.

    I too hope the webflow team will consider this request in the near future!

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