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The Esri Nonprofit Organization Program is designed to provide conservation and humanitarian nonprofit organizations around the world an affordable means of acquiring ArcGIS software and services. Other types of nonprofit organizations may also be eligible for membership in the program.
Eligibility is based on your formal tax-exempt status and the type of work you do.
In the USA this is signified by your 501(c) designation and National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE) category.
The primary criterion is tax-exempt status as granted by your country. The specific nature of this status varies by country. Your eligibility status and tax-exempt verification will be determined by your local Esri distributor as part of the request process.
A qualified member of the Nonprofit Organization Program will receive the specified ArcGIS software at no cost. An administrative fee will be assessed to cover operational expenses.
Nonprofit Organization ELAs
Participants of the program also have access to the following resources
The Esri Nonprofit Organization program is not designed to service general university or higher educational operations or classroom software needs. While educational service organizations with a specific conservation or humanitarian mission may qualify, we strongly encourage universities and other higher educational organizations to explore other Esri programs which can be found at GIS for Education.
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For ArcGIS Desktop, see the ArcGIS Desktop Resource Center.
For ArcGIS Server, see the ArcGIS Server Resource Center.
ArcGIS Desktop, see the ArcGIS tutorials topic in the ArcGIS Desktop 10 help online.
For ArcGIS Server, tutorials are located in the "Introducing ArcGIS Server" book of the ArcGIS Server 10 Help online.
For ArcGIS Desktop, you get the full version of ArcGIS Desktop 10 at the ArcInfo licensing level. For more details, see ArcInfo.
For ArcGIS Server, you get the full version of ArcGIS Server 10 at the Advanced Enterprise licensing level. For more details, see ArcGIS Server.