Workplace by Facebook Is Looking to Become a Workplace for Good

Nonprofits and educational institutions get free access to its Premium tools

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Nonprofits and educational institutions have some new, powerful tools to aid their efforts, as Facebook announced that the Workplace Premium tier of its Workplace by Facebook Slack alternative is available to them free-of-charge.

The social network announced its Workplace for Good initiative, which is being led by Annette Gevaert, who had been Workplace by Facebook’s head of business development for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Gevaert said in a blog post that a dedicated team is being put in place to grow Workplace for Good’s Efforts, and she offered the following examples of how nonprofits and educational institutions are using Workplace by Facebook’s features:

  • Video chat: It Gets Better holds weekly meetings to update its global affiliate network of some 500 people in more than 20 countries.


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