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How to sign your non-profit organization up for Blink

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Eligible non-profit charitable organizations can qualify for completely free access to Blink. See below for complete details on eligibility and registration.

Eligibility for Blink for Everyone

Upon request, verification, and written consent, Blink may offer free access to our system to non-governmental organizations that hold valid, verified non-profit status. Blink determines an organization's qualification for Blink for Everyone in its sole discretion and reserves the right to grant or deny an organization's application or participation at any time, for any reason. Blink may supplement or amend the eligibility guidelines at any time without notice. We reserve the right to re-verify the organization’s status as a non-profit organization.

If we identify a change in an organization’s status or as a result of a change in our policies an organization no longer qualifies for Blink for Everyone, then we will provide such organization with at least three months’ notice of the ineligibility for the Blink For Everyone Plan and the reasons for the change. The organization shall then be entitled to terminate its access to our services immediately or begin paying for the services at the then-current standard rates.

If at any time an organization becomes aware of its own status change or other ineligibility to the Blink For Everyone Plan, it must inform Blink without undue delay at which point it shall be entitled to terminate the services immediately or begin paying for the services at the then-current standard rates. An organization’s decision to terminate or continue with payment must be made within three months of its status change.

The following organization are not eligible for this program regardless of non-profit status:

  • Organizations that provide or originate 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

  • Organizations who provide primary care

Read more about our eligibility guidelines here.

Register for Blink for Everyone

Once you've confirmed your organization is eligible, it's time to move forward with registration.

  1. Make sure you have set up Blink for your organization. Organizations that want to join Blink have a 14-day free trial period.

  2. Register your interest in Blink for everyone here.

  3. Once advised to do so by support, visit TechSoup to get a validation token.

    1. TechSoup validation tokens are unique codes available to nonprofits that have been validated by TechSoup. A validation token is a string of letters and numbers that typically ends with a part of an organization's name. Here's an example: 123a4567@MyOrgName.

  4. Follow up with our support team and provide your TechSoup token. At this point, our team will verify whether the TechSoup validation is valid.

    1. If your TechSoup validation token is valid, then you will immediately have free access to Blink.

    2. If your TechSoup validation token is not valid, then you will be invited to set up payment to continue using Blink after your free trial.

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