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Autodesk Donates Software to U.S. Nonprofits

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Word continues to spread. Within the first week of the launch on September 24th, over 200 applications and inquiries were received. “When I shared our commitment to provide design software to any nonprofit organization who shares our vision of a better world,” Cameron said, “I could see the light bulbs go off. Collectively, we have the power to design a different future and we are on that path.” And, what better way to promote innovative 3-D design software than to provide it free of charge to young designers in need? What better way to help non-profits fulfill their missions?

MASS Design Group, Rwanda Office

Courtesy MASS

Initially, the Autodesk Foundation is providing $7.5 million in design software to nonprofits in North America, with plans to expand globally. Qualifying 501(c)(3)s can now apply for licenses to two of the following design suites: Autodesk Building Design Suite PremiumAutodesk Infrastructure Design Suite PremiumAutodesk Entertainment Creation Suite UltimateAutodesk Product Design Suite Premium.

For more information or to apply, click here.

 

 

Finn Ferris is an editorial associate and blogger for Metropolis magazine. He is a researcher, teaching assistant, and graduate student in the inaugural Design Studies program at Parsons The New School for Design in New York.

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