Announcing our Helping Hand program

Range is free for certain qualifying groups and we’re offering a $1,000 credit to startups and small businesses

We’ve entered uniquely challenging times, and are navigating unprecedented scenarios. While much is still unclear about how events will unfold, what is clear is that we’re all in this together.

To help those hardest hit and support those working on everyone’s behalf, starting today, qualifying groups can take part in our Helping Hand program. We’re offering Range free for organizations in the following categories:

  • Nonprofits
  • First responders
  • Public health officials
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Groups supporting the COVID-19 PPE supply chain
  • Any other non-political humanitarian effort

For startups and small businesses who are especially vulnerable, we’re offering a $1,000 credit.

For teams who suddenly find themselves working from home, Range can help keep everything on track and keep everyone connected. They stay in sync with daily check ins, focus on what matters with objectives, and manage the right meetings in the right way. And with team questions and moods, Range helps foster the trust that forms the foundation of teamwork.

To apply, simply fill out this form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. If you have any questions, please email us at

From our team to yours, thanks for supporting each other during these challenging times. Stay safe.

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