After filling out the order form, you'll receive an email approving or denying your request. Payment is not due until you've been approved. If you are a K–12 school organization, please email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
After purchasing Pluralsight One’s Spark, Elevate or Amplify, please visit the Pluralsight Help Center. You’ll discover how to invite your staff or beneficiaries to your Pluralsight plan, and use our tools to get the most out of your learning opportunities.
To be eligible for Pluralsight One products, organizations must operate on a not-for-profit basis and have a mission to benefit the local community that could include, but is not limited to:
Providing relief to those experiencing poverty
Improving social welfare
Preserving or restoring the environment
Promoting human rights
Establishment of civil society
Organizations not eligible for Pluralsight One grants, volunteer support, in-kind contributions, or products include, without limitation:
Organizations that advocate, support, or practice discrimination based on age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic background.
Organizations must be willing and able to attest that they do not discriminate on any of these grounds in order to receive charitable contributions.
Organizations not eligible for Pluralsight One products also include:
Higher education institutions, including colleges, universities, and trade schools. (This list does not include K–12 school organizations. K–12 school organizations can qualify for Pluralsight One.)
Sports activities and services
Government instrumentalities or agencies
Professional, commerce, mutual and trade associations
Employee or member benefit organizations Political, labor, and fraternal organizations
Scientific research organizations
Farming and related activities
Hospitals, hospital auxiliaries and related healthcare associations
Legislative and political activities except those focused on nonpartisan voter education
Religious organizations without a secular community designation*
* - A secular designation is defined as an organization separate from the church or religious organization that provides services to people regardless of their religious beliefs and does not propagate a belief in a specific faith.
I have more questions about Pluralsight platform functionality.
Please visit the Pluralsight Help Center for more information. You may find these specific articles helpful:
I’m an individual, how can I benefit from Pluralsight One?
Pluralsight One works with nonprofits rather than individuals, so please work with providers in your area that can help your specific situation. We do not provide a directory of all the organizations that offer Pluralsight One to their beneficiaries.
Are you a refugee, veteran, job seeker? Please work with providers in your area to get the assistance you need. Pluralsight does not provide discounts to students, military or veterans, or unemployed individuals.
Are you a student in middle school or high school? Your teacher may be eligible for the CSTA+ benefit or Code.org benefit.
Will Pluralsight One sponsor me? Can I get Pluralsight access for free? No, we do not accept unsolicited requests for funding, and we do not promote fundraising efforts for organizations. We are not engaging in sponsorships or in-kind contributions at this time.
Pluralsight One does not provide free licenses to nonprofit organizations or individuals. Pluralsight One does not sponsor individuals.
I’m with an academic institution
Are you a K-12 teacher? Get the Pluralsight One CSTA+ benefit if you’re a member. High school Computer Science teachers who are members of CSTA+ can get 12 months of Pluralsight access to over 30 software development courses, as well as an exclusive discount -- here’s how.
Are you a college professor or university staff member? For questions about products for professors in the higher education sector, please reach out to Pluralsight’s Academic sales team at email@example.com.
What is Pluralsight One Fund? Pluralsight One Fund is a corporate advised fund that houses Pluralsight One’s charitable funds including equity contributions, revenue earned through Pluralsight One product sales and other funding streams. As Pluralsight’s fully philanthropic entity, all social impact investments are made via Pluralsight One Fund.
Pluralsight One Fund is a corporate advised fund at Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity registered in the United States, EIN# 20-5205488.
What are the plans for Pluralsight One investments? Pluralsight One's first grant funded investment began in 2019. The full grant strategy, priority focus areas and annual grantmaking portfolios has been shared internally and on PluralsightOne.org.
I want to provide a volunteer opportunity for Pluralsight employees
Pluralsight One welcomes volunteer opportunities and supports both direct service and skills-based projects around the globe.
Nonprofits can submit global volunteer opportunities for review and approval by the Pluralsight One team through the Benevity platform. Once reviewed, approved volunteer opportunities will be visible for all employees and will be promoted internally to individuals based on the requests and needs.