Grammarly for
Nonprofits and NGOs

We're providing free access to key Grammarly features for nonprofits and NGOs. See below for eligibility.

Free access to:

  • All Premium writing suggestions
  • Administrator dashboard
  • Individual user accounts
  • User management tools
  • Team usage statistics

About Grammarly for Nonprofits and NGOs

The state of the world changed dramatically amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with many people, places, and institutions facing unprecedented challenges. This includes nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations that do vital work for our communities, both local and global. Through May 1, 2024, key Grammarly features will remain free for all qualifying nonprofits. Enrolled organizations will continue to have free access to Grammarly Business until May 1, 2024. This is an extension of the temporary offer we first made available in March 2020.
We will also continue to offer Grammarly Business for free to NGOs, nonprofits, and media organizations in Ukraine through the end of 2023. As a company with deep roots there, we're unwavering in our commitment to #StandWithUkraine.

Who is eligible?

This offering is available to registered nonprofit organizations and NGOs providing public services or programs for social good. Government entities and educational institutions are not eligible.
This offering is designed for use by teams of three or more people.
This offering is specifically tailored for NGO employees. Volunteers, beneficiaries, and/or related third parties are welcome to explore our Grammarly Business product at
For additional information about eligibility, see here.

What is included?

This offering provides free access to key Grammarly features, including all Premium-level writing suggestions, administrator dashboards, and integrations with websites and workplace tools. Grammarly’s plagiarism checker and expert writing service are not included.

What can Grammarly help with?

Important missions need strong, clear communication. Grammarly can help with a wide range of writing needs, including grant writing, communicating with donors or volunteers, and helping newly distributed staff members communicate more easily.