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UXPressia for nonprofits and charities

Working hard to make the world a better place, nonprofits and charities strive to maintain a balance between keeping within budget and staying on course. To support these organizations and help them achieve their goals, we offer nonprofit discounts.

These nonprofits succeed with UXPressia

UXPressia has helped our team to collaborate more easily. It’s allowed us to create personas and user journey maps in a consistent format, much faster than before. We can also share these quickly with each other and with our stakeholders.

Tamzin Ward,
UX Designer at StepChange Debt Charity

We used UXPressia’s CJM tool to outline our customers’ current state journey and flag their pain points and opportunities. Then we developed a future-state ideal customer journey, outlining all of the technology and process investments needed to make the ideal journey come to fruition. Our stakeholders loved the beauty and elegance of the visualization, and it reduced friction in getting buy-in. We already launched the first initiative of that ideal customer journey, which is a self-service platform for our customers.

Ian Khan,
Associate Director, Digital Product Manager at WE Charity

We used the CJM tool during the summer school organized by our platform. It helped us identify gaps and patterns in our way of thinking about people who we serve. We started to look at things from a different perspective and make rational decisions based on people’s real needs, not our assumptions. We are going to use journey mapping in new urban-related projects and in planning our events. Thank you, UXPressia! We’re really grateful for your help.

Ilona Elyashevich,
Project Manager at Minsk Urban Platform

We had a CJM workshop on bicycle storage problems with activists, the expert community, and the local government. Everyone had their own view of the problem and how to solve it. The CJM methodology helped us to see the user's perspective and identify pain points and opportunities for improvement. We used UXPressia to prepare for the workshop and help beginners get started with journey mapping. A printed copy of the map really helped us to facilitate work in groups.

Anastasia Yanchevskaya,
Director at Minsk Cycling Community

We help them make a difference

  • We charity
  • Skin Cancer Foundation
  • British Red Cross
  • Scope
  • World Vision
  • SDN
  • Step Change
  • SAE
  • GreenPeace
  • Turning Point
  • World Bank
  • State Street
  • Detroit Historical Society
  • Possability
  • CMMB
  • RSPB
  • Watson
  • Interserve
  • Scan Health Plan
  • blocki.ch
  • Royal Society of Chemistry
  • Save the Children
  • Plan International
  • Caremessage
  • Ruta Medellin
  • Redkite
  • RSL LifeCare
  • Save Them All
  • Minsk Urban Platform
  • Easyfundraising

Frequently asked questions

Find answers to the most popular questions about UXPressia pricing for nonprofits

  • Who can apply?
    Nonprofit organizations, NGOs, charities can apply. Everyone working with them can apply too — individuals, business and professional organizations, funds, agencies, societies, associations, and other institutions.
  • How long does the process take?
    It typically takes 7 business days to review an application. You will get a response even if you are not qualified for a discount.
  • How big is the discount?
    We offer 50% off on the Pro plan for 6 months. But you can also request a 100% discount. Check out this form for details.
  • Do I need to prove a nonprofit/charitable status?
    We ask to provide any official documentation that supports your nonprofit/charitable status or the status of the organization you work with.
  • How many licenses can I get?
    Make sure to specify the number of people in your team in the application form, and we'll provide you with specific instructions.
  • What organizations are not eligible?
    Organizations that discriminate on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, political affiliation or beliefs, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.

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