Eligibility requirements for nonprofits and NGOs

Through December 31, 2020, key Grammarly features are free for all qualifying nonprofit organizations and NGOs. This offering includes access to all Premium-level writing suggestions, an administrator dashboard, centralized reporting, and integrations with workplace tools. It does not include Grammarly’s plagiarism checker or expert writing service.

Eligibility requirements

This offering is designed for teams of three or more and is available to registered nonprofits and NGOs around the world providing public services or programs for social good. To sign up for a free account for your team, please visit this page.

Governmental entities and educational institutions are not currently eligible.

Eligibility FAQs

I am an individual working at a nonprofit or NGO. Do I qualify?

This offering is specifically designed for teams of three or more people. You can still get writing support from Grammarly by creating a free individual account. If you don’t feel that the free version of Grammarly can meet your needs, please contact our support team and include documentation verifying your organization’s nonprofit status.

My email address does not meet the requirements. Can you help?

Because this offering is intended only for use by nonprofits and NGOs (excluding government entities and educational institutions), we are requiring people to sign up using the domain of their organization. We are excluding email addresses that we can identify as not meeting that requirement, including those created on free-use websites and those we recognize as being from educational institutions. We are also excluding email addresses already in use for Grammarly accounts. If you feel your email address has been rejected in error, please contact our support team and provide proof that your email domain is associated with an eligible nonprofit or NGO.

My organization meets the eligibility requirements for this offering, but we have already paid for Grammarly. Can we get a refund?

If you purchased Grammarly after January 1, 2020, please contact our support team to explain the situation. Be sure to include proof of payment for your Grammarly purchase and documentation verifying your nonprofit status.

If your purchase was before January 1, 2020, you can request to be switched to the offering for nonprofits and NGOs at the end of your current subscription period. Please contact our support team and include documentation verifying your nonprofit status.

Are educational institutions eligible?

Not at this time. This offering is designed for nonprofits and NGOs providing direct services, programs, or support. We have a separate offering for educational institutions.

I am a student or educator. Am I eligible?

Not at this time. This offering is for nonprofits and NGOs providing direct services, programs, or support and is designed for teams of three or more people. However, you can still get writing support from Grammarly by creating a free individual account

If you work for an educational institution and are interested in a license for your organization, we have a separate offering for educational institutions.

Are governmental entities eligible?

Not at this time. This offering is designed for nonprofits and NGOs (non-governmental organizations) providing direct services, programs, or support.

Are small businesses eligible?

Not at this time. This offering is designed for nonprofits and NGOs providing direct services, programs, or support. We have a separate offering for businesses.

If your small business can’t afford a license to our business offering, you can still get writing support from Grammarly by creating a free individual account. The free version of Grammarly includes in-depth writing feedback on grammar, spelling, punctuation, and clarity, as well as access to our tone detector. 

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