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Cadence Cares: 5 Reasons Why We Offer Special Pricing
By Gabbi Tiangco November 12, 2020 5 min read
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Did you know we offer a special 50% discount to eligible non-profits, educational institutions and social impact organizations? These organizations are doing their best to improve our society, so the least we can do is give them a hand!
Cadence Cares: 5 Reasons Why We Offer Special Pricing

As nonprofits and educational institutions take the future head-on, the last thing they should have to worry about is the constraints of a limited budget. With high operational costs, limited staffing, and personnel restrictions, it's no surprise that costly software or technology will not take priority. These organizations are doing their best to improve our society, so the least we can do is give them a hand!

As part of our Cadence Cares initiative, we offer a 50% discount to eligible nonprofits, educational institutions and other social impact organizations to build their dream events at half the regular cost. We never want limited budgeting to be the reason that prevents these organizations from using our software. Our goal is to pay it forward and encourage many others to do the same. So, here are five reasons why we offer special pricing!

1. Caring for our change-makers

Caring for our change-makers

Non-profit organizations and educational institutions do some of the most important work there is to do. We want to provide the opportunity for these organizations to operate strong initiatives and programs through our platform and affirm the great value of their work!

2. Building a community

Building a community

Changing the world is a group effort that no one can do alone. At Cadence, we are a family. We strive to create a space where we can all help one another, and we love to celebrate each other’s success! Forging new partnerships with change-makers will amplify the amount of good we can all do, together 🤜🏼🤛🏼.

3. The impacts of the coronavirus

The entire world was shaken when the coronavirus took storm, with the nonprofit and education sector being one of the most impacted by the disease. According to the Washington Post, one third of nonprofits will not survive the pandemic or recession.

Aside from the financial impact that Covid-19 has left, we were also stripped of the ability for in-person gatherings. Connecting with each other in-person is imperative for educational institutions, in particular, to operate and succeed. These connections can still be made through the virtual space, and we make that transition easy with our platform!

4. The importance of spreading kindness

The importance of spreading kindness

We could all use some more positivity in the world! Not every company, community, or event planner has access to the same resources to create impactful events that can change people’s lives. Offering this discount is one of the ways Cadence aims to spread some love because it fills up our cup, to fill theirs 🤲🏻.

5. Shaping the future we want to see

Shaping the future we want to see

There’s a lot more the private sector could be doing to support the numerous social injustices our society faces. Offering an extensive free version and a 50% discount to the organizations helping change the world is our small way of giving back. We want to provide the opportunity for these organizations to operate strong initiatives and programs through our platform. This is just the start of Cadence Cares, but we're excited to move forward and upward together!

Click here to request a demo, or create your free account now!

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Gabbi Tiangco
Gabbi Tiangco
Marketing Strategist
Gabbi is a Marketing Strategist at Cadence. She loves purposeful branding, can survive on cheese alone and uses the phrase “tinkering around” way too much. Her dream event is a boat-in concert (think drive in movie but with boats) and she'll never get tired of listening to Seth Rogen’s laugh.
Gabbi is a Marketing Strategist at Cadence. She loves purposeful branding, can survive on cheese alone and uses the phrase “tinkering around” way too much. Her dream event is a boat-in concert (think drive in movie but with boats) and she'll never get tired of listening to Seth Rogen’s laugh.