Eligibility for Workplace for Good

Workplace is closing in 2026: Workplace for Good is now closed to new registrations.
Workplace for Good offers eligible non-governmental organizations free access to Workplace. If your organization is eligible, learn how to register for Workplace for Good.
Who is eligible?
Upon request, verification and written consent, Meta may offer free access to Workplace to non-governmental organizations that hold valid non-profit status as verified by our partner TechSoup or one of its local partners.
Meta determines an organization's qualification for Workplace for Good in its sole discretion and reserves the right to grant or deny an organization's application or participation at any time, for any reason. Meta may supplement or amend the eligibility guidelines for Workplace for Good at any time without notice.
If, as a result of a change in Meta’s policies or a change in an organization’s status, an organization no longer qualifies for Workplace for Good, then Meta will provide such organization with at least three months prior notice. After such notice, the standard rates shall apply to such organization’s access and use of Workplace.
Organizations who are not eligible
The following organizations, however, are not eligible for Workplace for Good 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
Account creation
Organizations that qualify for Workplace for Good may only create user accounts for their direct employees, contractors, and volunteers. In the event a qualifying organization creates user accounts for anyone else, Meta reserves the right to charge the organization the standard rates for such user accounts.

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