Our Email Marketing Solution
We, at G-Lock Software, have established the ‘G-Lock EasyMail for Non-Profits’ program, which provides free licenses for our 'G-Lock EasyMail' to non-profit organizations. We believe that email marketing can be an incredible opportunity for non-profit organizations to send event invitations, inform supporters, volunteers and improve their fundraising results.
We donate the license for our 'G-Lock EasyMail' to all qualifying non-profit organizations around the world. The license gives full access to the Business edition of our email marketing software and it is lifetime: no recurring fees or additional costs are needed.
How to Apply
Contact Us and include:
- your full name,
- your email address (include the email address from your organization's domain),
- your non-profit organization’s name,
- your website URL,
- a short brief about the main activities of your organization,
- how you expect to use our email marketing solution.
Our staff will review your submission within 1-3 days and notify you as to whether you are qualified for the free license. If your request is approved we will send you one free license for 'G-Lock EasyMail' so that you can start creating and sending unlimited email campaigns in minutes.
We truly hope many non-profit organizations will take advantage of this offer, allowing G-Lock EasyMail to help them better manage their email marketing activities.
Please note that we reserve the right to approve or deny your request at our sole discretion.
Here is a partial list of qualified non-profit organizations that received a G-Lock EasyMail7 License:
Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival – annual event dedicated to the support and promotion of the technique of Stop Motion animation. The festival screens over 70 short films from around the world, as well as hosts special guests, conferences, two free- family-friendly screenings and over 8 hours of free, hands-on stop motion workstations. The Festival’s target goal is to foster the social and cultural benefit of creativity and expression through stop motion animation.
CARF – independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services.
Bridgewater Middle School – a public school system. Their vision is “to be the top producer of successful students in the nation”.
PBDIK – non-political, non-religious, non-profitable organization that was founded in year 2011. Their mission is to educate public, especially Pakistani citizens in Kuwait and create awareness about the grave importance of blood donation.
Strait and Narrow – a Ministry – a Christian ministry.
Here is a partial list of qualified non-profit organizations that received a G-Lock EasyMail v6 License:
Context Institute – an independent non-profit (501(c)(3)) organization, founded in 1979 by Robert and Diane Gilman, devoted to helping all of us create the best possible 21st century we can — for each of us, for our communities, and for all of life.
United Kingdom Affiliate – the UK affiliate was initiated in 1988/89 and held its first annual general meeting on 24 October 1990. The UK Affiliate acted as the spring board to launch ISPE throughout Europe. UK membership has since grown to more than 1500 members with active regional representation in four areas of the United Kingdom.
Working Abroad – the international networking service for volunteers, workers and travelers, which offers you the ability to take action for nature and society.
All About Learning – provides hands-on enrichment programs, in partnership with educators, to increase students' skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Éditions Le Courant de Vie – distribue les livres de Watchman Nee et de Witness Lee, rendant disponible des trésors que nous ont légués ces deux serviteurs du Seigneur Jésus-Christ.
St. Gregory Church and School – the faith community of St. Gregory the Great Parish is a witness to the love of Christ by living out the Gospel values and baptismal promises in the world.
Wilfrid Laurier University – a leading Canadian university known for academic excellence and a culture that inspires lives of leadership and purpose.
Revs Institute for Automotive Research, Inc. – an educational organization that advances the scholarly study of automotive history at The Collier Collection in beautiful Naples, Florida.
ARCH – provides a variety of services to diverse charities, civic organizations, and public institutions including: technical assistance, consulting, program evaluation, homeless management information system (HMIS), education, public awareness advocacy.
UnitedNPO – a collaborative network multinational of Non-Profit Projects and Organizations working to establish, promote and empower Nonprofit activities around the Globe. It provides top quality Advisory, Fundraising and Web development services to NPOs to enable their growth.
Divine Heart Ministries – a non-denominational, non-profit organization dedicated to helping individuals increase their spiritual connection and evolve to their full potential of Higher Consciousness.
Mississippi School of Hypnosis – works with individuals who are seeking help with situational difficulties, anxiety, stress, abuse, military returning from combat, normal life issues such as smoking cessation, weight loss and depression. Their mission is to enable clients to develop positive and effective ways of coping with their lives.
Shalom Centre for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation (SCCRR) – assists with conflict resolution and reconciliation processes in Eastern Africa. SCCRR concentrates its work at the grassroots so as to be able to more effectively engage methods of conflict prevention, to consolidate peace and to promote healing among different conflicting communities.
Georgia Institute of Technology – located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the top research universities in the United States. Their faculty and students are solving some of the world’s most pressing challenges: clean and sustainable energy; disease diagnosis and treatment; and national defense and security, among others.
Jehovah’s Witnesses – they do their best to imitate Jesus Christ and are proud to be called Christians. Each of them regularly spends time helping people learn about the Bible and God’s Kingdom.