Devices are provided in bundles of 6. Eligible nonprofits can request up to 5 of these bundles, for a total of 30 devices per year. Each device includes a Ring Protect Basic subscription plan for the life of that device.
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Ring for Nonprofits is only available to U.S.-based organizations whose primary mission is to support survivors and victims of domestic violence. Organizations must also be registered U.S. 501(c)(3) nonprofits or federally recognized Tribal organizations.
Donated devices are intended to be given directly to survivors on a case-by-case basis, and are not intended for the use of the organizations that receive them. Products included in this offer may not be distributed to government agencies, law enforcement agencies, or public safety agencies.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Safety Net program encourages organizations to consider the following points before sharing donated Ring devices with survivors.
The most ideal scenario for using these devices will be when:
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Through a twelve-month cycle, Ring is donating up to 10,000 devices (Video Doorbells and Stick Up Cameras), including a free Ring Protect Plan subscription for the life of each device. Device requests are fulfilled on a first-come, first-served basis and while supplies last.
Each organization has a maximum allotted quantity of 30 devices (5 bundles). Both device types come in bundles of six. We encourage eligible organizations to request devices on an as-needed basis. You can place as many requests as needed, as long as the total quantity for all of your requests does not exceed 60 devices. Donated devices are intended to be given directly to survivors on a case-by-case basis, and are not intended for the use of the organizations that receive them.