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Autodesk makes software for people who make things. Across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and entertainment industries, Autodesk gives you the power to make anything. Through our Technology Impact Program, you can access powerful software to drive greater social and environmental impact in the world.
Startups and nonprofits may be eligible to receive a donation of Autodesk software and technology that enables 3D design, engineering, visualization, and simulation of your ideas for impact.
We'll provide access to an Autodesk collection with tools to help you meet any challenge — and deliver greater impact.
Get Revit + AutoCAD + Civil 3D + more—Powerful BIM tools for architecture, engineering, and construction projects
Get Inventor + AutoCAD + Fusion 360 + more—Professional-grade tools for product development and manufacturing planning
Get Maya + 3ds Max + more—End-to-end creative tools for entertainment creation
Autodesk offers social impact startups access to three-year subscriptions, valued at up to $600,000 USD over those three years. Startups must meet the following eligibility requirements:
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Autodesk offers nonprofits one-year renewable subscriptions, valued at up to $60,000 USD annually. Nonprofits must meet the following eligibility requirements*:
*Exceptions may be considered based on application
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Review eligibility and apply to the program; Nonprofits may be redirected to TechSoup
Approved applicants will receive an email with instructions to access software
Start driving greater impact by deploying Autodesk design software
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