Non-Profit Web Hosting

Non-Profit Hosting

If your non-profit organization is looking for quality, affordable web hosting- you have found it. Non-profit, charitable organizations registered in the United States receive a 25% discount on shared hosting plans.

This discount applies to a single hosting plan per non-profit. To apply the Non-profit customer discount, enter promo code 10NOPRO when ordering your shared hosting package through our website.

Whether you are a new customer or a current customer, in order to prove your non-profit status we need to receive one crucial piece of documentation. This is an official United States IRS letter indicating tax exempt non-profit status under the appropriate sections of the tax code. This is often called a 501(c)(3) determination letter. Non-profit customers are required to fax their proof of non-profit status to us within 24 hours of signup via (888) 644-1117.

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