198 Free Tools to Help You Through the Coronavirus Pandemic
These free tools can help your organization, team and family during this confusing and dangerous time.
There are more than 10,000 coronavirus cases and more than 150 deaths in the U.S., according to the CDC. The stock market has taken a hit. Businesses are losing customers, and workers are losing jobs. It has become frightening, frustrating and even maddening.
In response to the pandemic, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan recently reminded us that we can all help each other in our own ways. He has provided K-12 educators with free access to the videoconferencing platform so students can continue learning.
Inspired, I shared an idea with Jason Feifer, editor in chief at Entrepreneur: a simple, organized list of free product and service offerings from all types of companies. Access to these powerful tools can help organizations, teams and families.
He responded quickly. "I like that. Maybe it starts as a post on Entrepreneur.com?"
Boom. Here we go:
199 free tools to help you through the coronavirus pandemic
Zoom: Free video conferencing tools for K-12 schools.
RingCentral: Free video conferencing for educators (K-12 schools), health-care provider, or non-profit.
Google: Free, premium version of its workplace video chat tool until July, to help businesses and schools working remotely due to coronavirus. Those features include having up to 250 participants per call, live streaming for up to 100,000 viewers within a domain, and the ability to record meetings and save them to Google Drive.
Slack: Free upgrades to paid plans for teams working on coronavirus pandemic research, response, or mitigation. Interested teams can email a special address to get this set up, and a consultation on how best to get started with remote collaboration.
Comcast: Free Xfinity WiFi for everyone, with hotspots available to all, including non-Xfinity subscribers. To access the service, look for the “xfinitywifi” network name in a list of hotspots.
LogMeIn: Free site-wide licensing for 3 months of its video conferencing solution, GoToMeeting, for eligible organizations (health care providers, educational institutions, municipalities and non-profits).
Loom: Free video recording and sharing service for teachers and students at K-12 schools, universities and educational institutions. They have also removed the recording limit on free plans and have cut the price for Loom Pro in half.
Intermedia: Free Video Conferencing for all of 2020, and Pro Video Conferencing until 2021.
Vonage: Free 3 months of Vonage Business Communications services for educational, healthcare and non-profit organizations within the US, UK, and Australia.
Vidyard: Free secure video messaging to enhance internal communications for all businesses.
Discord: Free, enhanced Go Live streaming service so that it can now support 50 simultaneous users rather than 10.
Dialpad: Free two months of its cloud-based phone system, Dialpad Talk Pro. This also includes video conferences and UberConference Business.
Panopto: Free three-month access to capture and distribute video content for businesses, universities, colleges and schools will enable employees and students to continue learning and working remotely.
BlueJeans: Free access to video conference service to first responders and NGOs for 90-days.
8x8: Free video meetings to all users. Offers 80+ local dial-in numbers (11 toll-free) from 55+ countries and meetings of up to 50 participants without any time restrictions.
Bloomz: Free premium version of its communication service to all schools through Jun. 30, 2020. The software allows users to communicate updates in real-time to parents and students; and share lessons, student work and feedback.
EZTexting: Free emergency text alert services to schools. Receive 100,000 free outgoing text messages for six months, access to a set of coronavirus message templates, and one-on-one consulting.
Lifesize: Free unlimited licenses for all organizations impacted by coronavirus worldwide are immediately eligible to use the company’s cloud-based video collaboration platform for six months.
Ribbon Communications: Free Work@Home licenses are available until June 30, 2020. With Work@Home, enterprises that need to switch their operational model to an all-remote workforce have access to a complete Unified Communications and Collaboration solution.
Panopto: Free three-month access to capture and distribute video content for businesses, universities, colleges and schools will enable employees and students to continue learning and working remotely.
Yext: Free, new site search product, Yext Answers, for a 90-day period. Eligible businesses will be able to transform their website into a search engine capable of answering consumers’ COVID-19 specific queries in real-time.
Jamm: Free audio-visual communication tool used by remote and distributed teams. You can quickly record videos or do a live call with your team. Available for 3 months.
ServiceNow: Free software to help organizations digitize workflows, has rolled out several new applications. One that was developed in conjunction with the state of Washington State’s Department of Health manages incident-response workflows and is being made free to other agencies. The other applications, which are free for ServiceNow customers and can be accessed by non-customers too, include ones that help businesses deal with workflows associated with sharing COVID-19-related information and situations in which employees have to self-quarantine.
Rev: Free, unlimited call recorder app on the iOS app store. Users can order a transcript of recordings directly through the app.
Genesys: Free access to Genesys Cloud with deployment in just 48 hours, comprehensive training and support, and no premiums for volume spikes. Organizations must sign up by April 30, 2020.
Seam Social Labs: Free SMS survey tool to the public sector to use for canceled public meetings and to engage vulnerable populations that do not have access to wifi.
Dashly: Free customer support/communication tool for people and organizations fighting COVID-19.
Cira Apps: Free communications software. Available to first-responder and emergency organizations, CiraSync Enterprise Edition automates syncing of Office 365 shared contacts and calendars to smartphones.
Chatfuel: Free access to all Pro plan features for nonprofits and qualified individuals who are offering emergency aid and information as a public service. Plus, free weekly onboarding and live office hours for anyone who needs help setting up their Messenger bot.
Numa: Free business messaging platform and virtual answering service to companies impacted by the pandemic.
Whispli: Free platform to keep an open line of communication with employees, who are often working from home for the first time in their lives and have questions regarding the new normal.
Boardable: Free 90 days to manage virtual meetings and committees for nonprofits who sign on before the end of April.
Otter.ai: Free access for two months to Otter.ai’s enterprise offering, Otter for Teams, which automatically transcribes meetings, distance learning classes and other things. Those who sign up for the service by May 1 will be able to add up to ten of their employees to the service as users.
Diligent: Free software available to nonprofits and K-12 school boards who need to conduct remote board meetings during the COVID-19 crisis.
Breezy: Free live video interview and assessment capabilities to all organizations for at least 60 days.
BirdEye: Free two months of access to communicate with your customers via text messages, web chat on your website, bulk text and email messages. This comes with full access to BirdEye’s online reputation management platform, a centralized inbox to respond to all customer communication, surveys, the ability to update all your online listings or hours and more. This offer is valid during the month of April 2020.
Freshworks: Free and unrestricted use of Freshwork’s customer engagement tools, Freshchat and Freshcaller, for small businesses with less than 50 employees. Businesses can use these tools to manage surging customer queries via digital channels and switch to remote work with ease.
Facebook: Free premium version of Workplace Advanced, which provides users with an internal version of Facebook complete with services such as video calling and file sharing, is now available to emergency services and governments for 12 months. Organizations have until June 30 to sign up for the offer.
Project44: Free transportation tracking for organizations including non-profits, NGOs, government agencies, hospitals, pharmacies and grocers to help them support coronavirus relief and prevention efforts.
FarEye: Free access to delivery optimization software for organizations making home deliveries of daily essential items and for deliveries to hospital sites or supply of food and medicines.
Scoutbee: Free supplier sourcing for industries, organizations and governments needing COVID supplies.
Bonfire: Free strategic sourcing software for public-sector organizations in North America through the end of July.
Collaboration and productivity
Microsoft: Free six-month Office 365 E1 Trial, including Microsoft Teams.
Atlassian: Free access to Cloud products for issue-tracking and project-tracking software including Jira and Confluence. Also Free access to Trello Business Class for organizing plans is offered for one-year to educators at K-12 and higher education.
Zoho: Free suite of Remotely apps until July 1. There are 11 apps in all, including ones for online meetings, training sessions, storage, project management and everyday work (in the form of word processing, spreadsheets and presentations).
Dropbox: Free Dropbox Business and HelloSign Enterprise subscriptions for a three-month period to nonprofits and NGOs that are focused on fighting COVID-19. Organizations working to stop the virus or providing relief to those impacted are encouraged to apply.
Box: Free secure file sharing and collaboration platform for 3 months. The offer is for the Business plan and includes unlimited storage, mobile access, and advanced user and security reporting.
Wrike: Free licenses of the versatile collaborative work management platform (Professional edition) to new customers for 6 months. Current customers are able to add unlimited collaborators. Webinars and advice on remote work are both on the website.
Smartsheet: Free templates that can be used by other organizations to build their own coronavirus preparedness dashboard, rich with CDC documentation and other resources, and related sheets and forms.
PandaDoc: Free eSign plan gives companies unlimited users, unlimited document uploads, unlimited eSignatures and payment processing.
Docusign: Free access to Docusign for managing electronic agreements.
Lucidchart: Free single user account with access to Lucidchart introductory library and basic templates. Lucidchart is the ultimate online collaboration platform where teams can share, collaborate, visualize complex concepts and save their work in real-time.
Airtable: Free use of Airtable Pro plan as a modern database for any non-political, humanitarian effort tackling COVID relief. There is no time limit. It is also planning to make service free for students too.
Calendly: Free Zoom And GoToMeeting integrations for their online appointment scheduling software to help remote workers stay connected. These were previously Premium tier features and will be available through June 30th. Also Free premium plan access to teams working directly on COVID-19.
Evernote: Free sign up and access of Evernote Basic plan. Take notes. Keep a journal. Clip anything from the web. Evernote lets you store and share information quickly and securely.
GanttPRO: Free account till August 15, 2020, for healthcare and non-profit organizations. Other businesses that suffered from covid-19 are welcome to apply for a free account too. GanttPRO — chart-based software for project planning and management. It help teams execute their projects efficiently even from home.
Nimbus Note: Free Business Version for next few months. Nimbus Note is a flexible yet comprehensive information repository that helps you simplify your work and bring your team together.
Threads: Free access to their collaboration tools and Pro/Team plans for all users through July 1, 2020.
RedmineUP: Free Small plan for 10 users until the end of the year. Project Management is simple with RedmineUP Cloud, and you can manage your projects from home.
Igloo Software: Free access to digital workspace solution with Igloo’s Business Continuity Bundle for new customers until July 6, 2020.
Relytree: Free trial of Stackby, a cloud software that combines best of spreadsheets, databases and business APIs to let anyone build their own custom work tools and collaborate with their team. Offer is Free Economy plan for 3 months till July 1st and free access to NGOs and Non-profits supporting C-19 relief efforts for life.
GForge: Free 12 months for organizations new to GForge in both SaaS or on-premises. For existing customers, the company offers a free upgrade to unlimited users for up to 12 months.
Kissflow: Free 14-day trial of this SaaS-based business process management (BPM) and workflow automation tool.
Miro: Free access to Miro's collaboration tool and core features. Free Education Plan for students for two years, and for faculty forever. The Enterprise plan is available to Educators at 50 percent forever.
Monday.com: Free and complete use of its work-operating system to any non-profit organization working to fight the COVID-19 outbreak. The company also provides unlimited support to get the platform up and running quickly and efficiently. It’s also entirely free for any student to use!
ClickUp: Free access to the productivity platform to help get all your tasks, docs, conversations, goals, reminders and more in one place.
Zapier: Free starter account through 2020 for health-workers and first responders as well as non-political humanitarian efforts towards fighting Covid-19.
Wundamail: Free three months of remote-team-management software. Wundamail works directly in your email inbox, asking a daily question and collating all team responses into one easy to digest team update. Simple, efficient, and helps to drive productivity.
Digicoop: Free 30-day trial period and extra two months of free use to all new customers who request the extension online by April 30, 2020. Kantree is a flexible work management platform, made by Digicoop.
Avaya: Free business edition of Avaya Spaces to educational and nonprofit organizations worldwide through August 31, 2020. Avaya Spaces provides a cloud meeting and team collaboration solution that enables people and organizations to connect and collaborate remotely.
JotForm: Free healthcare forms to all first responders, healthcare workers, governmental agencies and nonprofits.
Range: Free “team success” tool used by Twitter, Carta, Pocket and more, is now available to organizations in the following categories: Nonprofits, first responders, public health officials, hospitals and clinics, groups supporting the COVID-19 PPE supply chain and any other non-political humanitarian effort. For startups and small businesses who are especially vulnerable, Range offers a $1,000 credit.
Airfocus: Free six-month starter plan to create kanban roadmaps, generate prioritization matrices and more.
Vyopta: Free access to Collaboration Performance Management (CPM) trials for enterprises, higher education, K-12, and healthcare organizations to help them scale video collaboration in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Hiver: Free email collaboration platform for teams which helps them manage shared inboxes like info@ or support@ without leaving Gmail. Hiver is committed to helping small businesses who are at the frontlines of fighting Coronavirus. To that effect, the company is offering Hiver's Shared Inboxes on the highest plan free for the next two months to eligible organizations.
Workhuman: Free special editions of Life Events® and Conversations® products until March 2021 to help mitigate isolation during the COVID-19 disruption. The software platform motivates employees to establish and deepen relationships and build trust, thus fostering greater innovation, creativity and collaboration.
FeedbackFruits: Free student engagement and assessment LMS tools for higher-ed teachers. You can make your videos, presentations and documents interactive and automatically assess student performance within LMS.
Noisli: Free two months of the Business plan, which gives team members unlimited access and enables them to stay productive and focused no matter where they’re working from. Noisli provides background sounds that help to mask distracting noises and create a personal sound environment for calm and focus.
Anaplan: Free access for 90 days for qualifying nonprofits, government agencies, health care providers, academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies and others on the front lines of the pandemic response.
Wildix: Free six months of Wildix Collaboration, a web-based communications tool that enables simple, instant and secure communication between employees situated all over the world. Users can participate in a conference, make calls (video, audio), chat, share screens, transfer files and set up virtual reminders.
Hootsuite: Free access for Hootsuite Professional to small businesses and nonprofits until July 1st, 2020. Helping to manage social media, and stay connected with your customers and communities.
Salesforce: Free access to technology for emergency response teams, call centers and care management teams for health systems affected by coronavirus.
Mailchimp: Free Standard accounts to eligible groups sending critical public health information about COVID-19 through June 30, 2020.
SurveyMonkey: Free questionnaire templates written by survey research experts to gather data/feedback from employees, customers and broader groups impacted by the coronavirus.
Ubersuggest: Free plan for Neil Patel's Ubersuggest, which helps you generate keywords for your content marketing strategy and production.
Moz: Free Moz Academy courses with the promo code "wegotthis".
Adobe: Free home access to Creative Cloud apps is available by request of students and educators until May 31, 2020. Adobe also offers free 90-day access to Adobe Connect for web conferencing until July 1, 2020.
Benchmark: Free trial of a powerfully simple email marketing solution designed to help you create and send compelling campaigns with ease.
Hatchbuck: Free trial of the company’s all-in-one sales and marketing platform combines email marketing, CRM and marketing automation to turn emails into conversations, website visitors into handshakes, and customers into raving fans. It also provides marketing agencies an alternative solution for their small business clients.
Chamaileon.io : Free plan for email design editor tool. It's specialty, the collaborative suite: it's the best email design builder for teams featuring real-time multi-user simultaneous design editing and many other remote-work enabling features.
GoDaddy: Free version of Websites + Marketing, the company’s website builder with marketing tools built in, so that anyone can quickly get their idea or business online and start generating income during the Covid-19 crisis. The free version includes the option to publish a website with unlimited pages. It includes social media tools, email marketing, one-time appointments, SSL, and PayPal. It also includes a gift card widget to help facilitate the purchase of gift cards.
Keap: Free access to trial with full features of CRM, email marketing, getting paid, appointments and more.
XANT (formerly InsideSales.com): Free program that leverages the company's sales engagement platform, Playbooks, to help companies and individuals in sales or revenue generation roles as they transition to a work-from-home setting.
Wistia: Free video-hosting services for folks in education, healthcare or the nonprofit sector who are using video to support current community needs. This includes adding videos to the web, tracking performance and building audiences. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TigerConnect: Free trial of a simple email marketing solution designed to help you create and send compelling campaigns with ease.
Unbounce: Free three-month access to landing pages, pop-ups and stick bars for organizations in healthcare, education, nonprofit and government. Sign up for this offer anytime before June 1 2020.
Affinity: Free 90-day trial of all creative and publishing tools.
Software support and security
Cisco: Free license for new customers of Duo Security’s two-factor authentication tool, and current customers can go above their user limit as their employees increasingly work from home. Same deal for its web security tool Umbrella and its VPN product AnyConnect, which is available until July 1. Cisco is extending services for existing customers of Webex, its video conference platform. The offer includes unlimited usage without time restriction, support for fewer than 100 participants and toll free dial-in.
Support.com: Free tech support to anyone working or studying remotely right now.
Okta: Free access to Okta Single Sign-On (SSO) and Okta Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
Kaspersky: Free six-month licenses for core solutions. Health-care facilities are struggling with the current coronavirus epidemic, so it’s important to help them with cyberprotection.
Ping Identity: Free cloud single sign-on (SSO) and multi-factor authentication (MFA). This way, everyone can conveniently access all your IT resources remotely to keep business running.
1Password: Free business accounts for the first 6 months. Manage your workforce from anywhere, and safely share logins and other important resources with remote workers.
SecureAuth: Free Intelligent Identity Cloud package through 12/15/2020, including: Risk-based Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), Single Sign-On (SSO) and Passwordless/Biometric Access and Phone Fraud Prevention.
Cloudfare: Free Teams products to small businesses and remote workers to operate securely and easily. This policy will continue for at least the next 6 months.
OneLogin: Free access to the Trusted Experience Platform™️ for educators who are moving to a virtual learning environment in light of health concerns. The free platform, consisting of single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and certificate-based authentication, will deliver secure virtual experiences for all educators K-12, colleges and universities.
Bitdefender: Free 12 months of enterprise-grade, end-to-end protection services available to healthcare customers until the end of June 2020.
Slashtop: Free 60-day licenses to its Business Access remote access software.
SentinelLabs: Free cybersecurity platform SentinelOne Core between Monday, March 16 through Friday, May 16, 2020. SentinelOne’s cloud-based platform seamlessly scales, making it well suited to protect both businesses and employees rapidly transitioning to a work-from-home environment.
Waterfall Security: Free Remote Screen View product licenses available to customers whose vendor personnel or key employees are no longer able to travel to industrial and critical infrastructure sites. Remote Screen View sends real-time images of industrial workstations to a web server that remote vendors can access.
OneClick: Free remote access Basic Starter Package for the next three months to assist those working remotely.
TechSmith: Free licenses to TechSmith Snagit screen capture software and the TechSmith Video Review software through June 30th, 2020.
Clappia: Free licenses to the Nocode platform for apps created to implement COVID19 use cases.
Ericom Shield: Free trial of Ericom Shield remote browser isolation (RBI) technology protects endpoints and enterprise resources from the dangers of the public web, bringing Zero Trust security to browsing, email and downloads.
Systancia: Free teleworking service from Systancia Gate, a cybersecurity solution which provides ultra-secured access to corporate resources and applications for any type of remote user (roaming users, teleworkers, third party service providers, etc.)
Commvault: Free Metallic Endpoint Backup and Recovery with unlimited Microsoft Azure backup storage for up to 1,000 endpoint devices, in the U.S. and Canada through September 1, 2020.
Aventri: Free registration and website software for 60 days for non-profits, schools, universities, cities/towns, and other organizations that are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. The software can be used to set up online sign ups or informational websites for meal pick up times, volunteer sign ups, online learning, aid requests and more.
Creatio (formerly bpm'online): Free customer center edition to organizations working to stop the spread and/or mitigate the consequences of the COVID-19 through October 1, 2020. It will help organizations on the front line in the fight against COVID-19 react to requests quickly and in accordance with their rules and guidelines.
Blackberry: Free licenses for 60 days to a number of BlackBerry’s services that support remote-working connectivity, including BlackBerry Desktop and BlackBerry 2FA.
Webroot: Free trials for 60 days of Webroot Business Endpoint Protection, Webroot DNS Protection and Webroot Security Awareness Training. Carbonite and Webroot are working to help SMBs and MSPs who are dealing with a remote workforce and overloaded networks to make cyber resilience simple, reliable and accessible.
Carbonite: Free trials for 60 days of Carbonite Endpoint Protection and Carbonite Backup for Microsoft Office 365. Carbonite and Webroot are working to help SMBs and MSPs who are dealing with a remote workforce and overloaded networks to make cyber resilience simple, reliable and accessible.
Dynatrace: Free trial access to the Dynatrace® Software Intelligence Platform, through May 19, 2020. In addition, new users will receive free access to the Dynatrace Real User Monitoring (RUM) for SaaS vendor experience, through September 19, 2020. These actions are designed to help global organizations, especially those on the frontlines in the travel, logistics, and healthcare industries, keep their teams productive and maintain digital performance during the global response to the coronavirus.
PagerDuty: Free product licenses for healthcare organizations managing minute-to-minute COVID-19 response to keep systems running, and free licenses for all other new customers to help business teams across industries transition to distributed work.
Connectify: Free 10 GB per month for all new Speedify users. Speedify bonding VPN uses channel bonding technology to securely combine 2 or more connections together at once. You get faster, more reliable and secure Internet.
ManageEngine: Free fully functional products until July 1, 2020. ManageEngine has tools that help organizations build multiple layers of security to enable remote access to critical systems.
Netsparker: Free Team licenses to help organizations keep their websites and web applications secure during this unprecedented global crisis. This is for organizations involved in fighting COVID-19.
AdGuard: Free licenses during COVID-19 pandemic to make the web experience better for everyone while we all stay at home. AdGuard is a cross-platform ads and tracking blocker that has all the necessary features for a clean, ad-free, uninterrupted and private web surfing: Whole-system ad blocking Advanced privacy protection Traffic usage reduction Protection from phishing and malware Available for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android platforms.
Igneous: Free access to DataDiscover visibility service until September 2020.
Trustwave: Free Remote Work Security Information Pack. The informational pack from Trustwave Security Colony includes BYOD Device Security Checklist, Phishing Tips Sticker and more. Registration required.
DataRobot: Free enterprise AI platform for organizations helping with the COVID-19 response effort. This enables users to prepare data for machine-learning models and then to run them.
Hyperproof: Free software that can help organizations stay compliant with privacy regimes in the U.S. and Europe.
Push Technology: Free real-time enterprise-grade data delivery until October so your company will have one less thing to worry about.
Espressive: Free 90-day Rapid Assistance Program to quickly help enterprise organizations automate their IT help desks, enabling your agents to focus on critical issues while ensuring your employees are able to be fully productive at home.
Aisera: Free software for 60 days to help healthcare organizations and government agencies manage a crush of queries and phone calls from people worried about the COVID-19 outbreak.
Research and development
Qualtrics: Free for all organizations to use Qualtrics Remote Work Pulse.
Nvidia: Free 90-day license to Parabricks to any researcher in the worldwide effort to fight the novel coronavirus.
Autodesk: Free access to select Autodesk products and services. Products and services will include BIM 360 Docs, BIM 360 Design, Fusion 360, Fusion Team, AutoCAD Web and Mobile and Shotgun — all for commercial use.
Carto: Free visualization software for organizations fighting COVID-19.
Finance and accounting
Bill.com: Free 90-day subscription for new customers impacted by COVID-19. The cloud-based service helps small and mid-sized businesses to automate the processing of bills, generate invoices, send/receive payments, and manage their cash flows.
Expensify: Reimburse you up to $50 for essential goods and groceries purchased on your SNAP card.
Wave: Free financial software solutions (accounting, bookkeeping, invoicing) for small businesses to help with cash flow, which becomes increasingly important during economic turmoil. In response to COVID-19, Wave has reduced paid services where possible to active customers, in an effort to provide financial relief during a time of need.
Kabbage: Free account through Kabbage Payments, and you can start sharing your custom gift certificate URL on your website, through social media and in other communications. Your business will also be searchable on the site by industry and location.
TillyPay: Free processing of recurring or one-off payments for small businesses up to £500.
Spendesk: Free one-month access for new customers to spend-management platform for SMBs. Finance has full visibility and control over all company spending while remote teams pay securely online with virtual cards.
RexPay: Free for a month to manage medical bill payments safely and conveniently.
BlackLine: Free premium training, select software and expert coaching session to all current customers for the next 6 months.
People and recruiting
Humu: Free nudges to anyone who wants science-backed advice for how to best work remotely, partner with colleagues who are all over the place, show appreciation for those who don't have the flexibility to work remotely (e.g. cashiers, medical personnel).
Workable: Free use of the new video interviewing software for all customers, and access to a library of Covid-19 response content for use by HR professionals and business leaders.
HR Acuity: Free version of its SaaS solution to help businesses manage employee issues related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The limited edition provides employee documentation and tracking functionality that will equip businesses to monitor the people impact of the crisis. The limited edition will be available through at least July 1 to businesses with more than 100 employees.
Lever: Free video interviewing for 1:1s and panels via Zoom Integration. Lever’s recruiting software enables scheduling and joining Zoom meetings from within its app.
Harver: Free pre-employment assessment platform for hiring at scale for those affected by COVID-19. Offer valid for at least 60 days. No strings attached.
OutMatch: Free access to OutMatch's video interviewing platform for 60 days — no strings attached. HR professionals can use pre-recorded and live video interviewing to screen and hire candidates 100 percent virtually.
Lystloc: Free Lystloc Office (Remote) User & API licenses for organizations fighting COVID-19 till June 1st, 2020. Lystloc is a Real-Time Location Intelligence and Analytics SaaS product company.
Zenefits: Free payroll for one year including all tax filings with any base HR package.
MeetFrank: Free 30 days for companies and talent to meet based on their aspirations and skills.
Novoresume: Free one-month access to all resume and cover letter templates in our Premium membership.
Keka: Free 14-day trial to get a glimpse of the HRMS product, attendance management, employee management, Core HRIS and employee self-service.
ClarityWave: Free access to Clarity Wave, employee engagement software, for 3 months.
Aware: Free Spotlight through May to understand the conversation health, sentiment and trends of your collaboration communities over time.
Linkedin: Free 16 learning courses that provide tips on how to stay productive, build relationships when you’re not face-to-face, use virtual meeting tools and balance family and work dynamics in a healthy way.
Codeacademy: Free 10,000 scholarships to Codecademy Pro to high school and college students across the world for the rest of the school year.
Amazon: Free online access to sponsored computer science courses in the United States. That's intended for learners in grades 6-12, and teachers who are remotely teaching this age group. Parents can also access this curriculum.
McGraw-Hill: Free resources for out-of-school learning to help K-12 teachers make the transition to remote instruction.
Scholastic: Free five days of content, and 15 additional days is on the way.
Age of Learning: Free at-home access for families at affected schools to ABCmouse, a learning resource for ages 2 to 8.
Crowdmark: Free access to its online grading and analytics platform until May 31.
Epic: Free remote access of its reading platform to elementary educators and librarians until June 30, 2020, with no credit card required. Students may access the company's digital library, which has 35,000-plus books, read-to-me and audiobooks, videos and quizzes. Teachers and librarians can stay connected to their students by assigning books or collections and monitoring their progress.
ClassTag: Free communication platform available to help districts and schools communicate with their families. The software sends messages through SMS, email, apps and the web and automatically translates them into one of 55 languages. The platform can also be used to post videos, assignments and other resources for students to access at home and allow users to run virtual lessons with a video conferencing tool.
Listenwise: Free access to the Listenwise platform that supports distance learning by allowing you to roster your students, make online customized written assignments, and assign multiple-choice autos-cored listening quizzes. This will give you and your students the ability to learn through May 31st, or until your school reopens.
Avid: Free, temporary licenses of creative tools to qualified media enterprise and educational customers. Starting today, March 16, through Friday, April 17, users who must work remotely because their facility has been closed may obtain 90-day licenses free of charge for Media Composer | Ultimate, Pro Tools, Pro Tools | Ultimate and Sibelius | Ultimate. In addition, any student of an institution who uses its products and can no longer attend school and/or access school facilities can receive a 90-day license of the same products.
JetBrains: Free project-based learning platform for students and teachers who need to continue their programming education.
Abundance Digital: Free 30-day trial to Abundance Digital. This membership includes access to monthly live content, a global community of abundance-minded technologists, and a course library with over 100 hours of content.
Cengage: Free access to Cengage Unlimited through the end of the current academic term for U.S. students attending colleges affected by COVID-19. This includes the entire Cengage catalog of eBooks, online courseware, study tools and more.
Kahoot!: Free access for teachers to Kahoot! Premium until your school starts.
Babbel: Free month of language learning to all affected students.
Coursera: Free access to Coursera for Campus will be available globally to any university impacted by COVID-19. This includes access to 3,800 courses and 400 Specializations. Up to 5,000 licenses for enrolled students at impacted organizations. Institutions may enroll students in courses through July 31, 2020, and students can complete courses through September 30, 2020
Udacity: Free month on one of 40 premium Nanodegree programs.
DataCamp: Free access to more than 325 courses from DataCamp’s Classroom.
Sharetribe: Free trial for Sharetribe Go with unlimited users for any non-profit initiative aiming to help during the Coronavirus pandemic. All essential features, payment options and hosting are included, which means you can operate the platform at no cost.
Skillshare: Free access to its Premium Membership for students. If you sign up today, you can unlock full access to over 24,000 classes taught by creators from around the world.
Learn Squared: Free, first lesson of each course until May 30, 2020. You just need to sign up and make an account to access the content.
Rosetta Stone: Free access to Rosetta Stone for Students for the next three months.
Scribd: Free for 30 days will be millions of ebooks, audiobooks, magazine articles and more — available to anyone.
Ureeka: Free platform access using the code “UreekaHelp” and a guaranteed one-hour session with a mentor to talk about your unique business challenges and what you should be doing right now to steer through coronavirus disruption.
Flevy: Free best-practice frameworks used by global management consulting firms. Topics span from growth strategy to change management and operational excellence.
Powtoon: Free classroom education plans for all teachers, educators and schools through the end of the school year (June 30). Free, premium access to government agencies, NGOs, non-profit, and charities through June 30. Powtoon offers user-friendly animation software to support remote learning and working.
Shopify: Free 90-day trial for all new customers. If you’re currently on a 14-day trial, you can extend it to 90 days.
Peloton: Free 90-day trial of its subscription workout app as more gyms shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The fitness freebie doesn't require a Peloton-branded bike or treadmill. Users can choose from classes such as yoga, meditation, strength training and more.
U-Haul: Free self-storage for 30 days to all college students who have been impacted by schedule changes at their universities.
TripIt: Free six-month licenses to their Tripit Pro flight tracking service.
UrbanSitter: Free parent subscription for two months during the COVID-19 outbreak. Parents can find trusted childcare help to support them as they work from home during this period. Every sitter is background checked and UrbanSitter provides parents with as much information as possible to make informed decisions.
Brit.co: Free DIY classes for next one to two weeks. Use discount code “selfcare” at checkout.
Zencastr: Free Hobbyist plans will have no recording time limits or limits on the amount of people in your recording. Effective through July 1, 2020.
Headspace: Free meditations you can listen to anytime.
Calm: Free resources from Calm to take care of our minds and stay grounded, including content hand-picked to support your mental and emotional wellness through this time.
Audible (Amazon): Free stories for kids of all ages to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
Aura: Free three months of access to the company’s mindfulness app.
Core Power Yoga: Free access to a new collection of online classes every week so you can keep your practice moving.
Check back soon because we’ll keep this list updated. You can also see all links and submit new free offers here.
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