Adobe Animate (Nonprofit License)

  • License Processing & Delivery

    These licenses are discounted for 501(c)3 charity organizations. Churches and nonprofits must submit 501(c)3 documentation to verify nonprofit status before the order can be processed. To submit 501(c)3 documentation, respond to the order confirmation e-mail or by uploading the document at the order confirmation page.

    Adobe Creative Cloud licenses are annual subscriptions. During your subscription period, you can assign, transfer, or remove the license from a user of your choice through Adobe's admin console.


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  • Adobe Animate is a multimedia authoring and computer animation software developed by Adobe Systems. It is used to create interactive animations, videos, games, and other multimedia content that can be used on different platforms such as the web, desktop, and mobile devices. Nonprofits and churches can buy this program at a discounted price (seen above).

    A license allows a single user to install and use Adobe Animate. You can install the program on up to two machines.


    Benefits for Nonprofits and Churches

    Use Animate to:

    • Create interactive web content such as banner ads, animated logos, and website animations
    • Create animated cartoons, short films, and other type of animations
    • Create e-learning content such as tutorials and quizzes
    • Create digital advertisements such as rich media and HTML5 ads



    This product is an annual subscription that needs to be renewed to maintain access to the program. A subscription license gives users access to the latest version of the software, updates, and cloud services. It's a good option for those who want to pay a lower upfront cost, need access to new features, and prefer an easy way to manage their licenses.

    You can install and use the software on two machines. You may not run the software simultaneously on both the primary and secondary computers.