DreamPress non-profit discount

The following information applies to DreamPress plans only. For more information on DreamHost's non-profit program for Shared Hosting plans, view the following article:

DreamHost offers US-based 501(c)(3) organizations a discount on DreamPress, managed WordPress hosting. The discount of up to 35% off works out to $12.95/mo for annual signups or $14.95/mo for month-to-month signups (regularly $16.95/mo for annual, and $19.95/mo for month-to-month). The discount is good for the life of the plan.

How to apply

Due to the varying needs of non-profit organizations, DreamHost recommends that you assign your non-profit's chairperson as the actual primary point of contact/signup for the account at all times. Admin and technical staff should only be assigned account privileges as needed for the account.

Submitting a form if you're a new customer

  1. Fill out and submit the form here to sign up for the non-profit DreamPress discount.
  2. Add your domain to DreamPress.
  3. Submit a support ticket request from the (Panel > ‘Support’ > ‘Contact Support’) page and attach proof of your tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) so that the DreamHost non-profit team can approve your account as soon as possible.

Submitting a form if you're a current customer

  1. Add your domain to DreamPress.
  2. Submit a support ticket request from the (Panel > ‘Support’ > ‘Contact Support’) page and attach proof of your tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) so that the DreamHost non-profit team can approve your account as soon as possible.

Proving non-profit status

Whether you are a new customer or a current customer, in order to prove your non-profit status DreamHost must receive one crucial piece of documentation: an official United States IRS letter indicating tax exempt non-profit status under the appropriate sections of the tax code. This is often called a 501(c)(3) determination letter.

A 501(c)(3) determination letter is the only documentation that DreamHost accepts.

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