Palo Alto Software Relief Package for Oregon Nonprofits

Get the help you need to overcome financial challenges and operational hurdles. Use our products for free to help your organization with:

  • Budgeting
  • Forecasting
  • Financial reporting
  • Remote team collaboration
  • Responding to donor and volunteer emails

Submit your application today

About the relief package:

We're here to help

During the global coronavirus pandemic, Oregon’s nonprofit organizations face increased financial challenges and operational hurdles while delivering critical resources to those in need. To help, we're offering free use of our software tools to help your organization better manage your financial projections and collaborate efficiently while working remotely.

Use our products for free

If your organization is based in Oregon, then you are eligible to use LivePlan free for 90 days. LivePlan is a critical tool for organizations who need to respond to the pandemic. You can adjust your financial projections, understand your cash flow, and provide easy-to-review financial reports to board members and regulatory councils.

Your team is also eligible to receive a one-time $100 donation from us. To receive this donation, use Outpost for free with your team and provide us with helpful product feedback. Outpost is an email tool that will help your remote team work together in shared email inboxes like info@ or donors@—without stepping on each other’s toes—so you can respond quickly and professionally to donor and volunteer emails. 

Apply today

To receive Palo Alto Software’s nonprofit relief package of LivePlan and Outpost, please submit an application at the top of this page. Applications will be reviewed and followed up within five business days.


Video - Nonprofits: Survive coronavirus. Create Your New Financial Forecast Scenario For Payroll Protection Program

Max Williams, CEO of Oregon Community Foundation, shares how OCF is responding to coronavirus in Oregon. Learn about OCF's new COVID-19 specific funds and how they are helping nonprofits in Oregon.

Jim White, Executive Director of The Nonprofit Association of Oregon, shares how his organization can help and support nonprofits in Oregon.

Matt Scott, CEO of CauseMic, will give tips and advice on how to effectively communicate to your donors and think through communication strategies

Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, explains how to get your nonprofit through this financial crisis by putting together new financial forecasts and budgets including a cash flow forecast that can be used to apply for the Payroll Protection Program.