“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.

Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”
– Chinese Proverb

 

Training and education is a key element of the services many charities and non-profit organizations provide to their communities. Latitude Learning is dedicated to helping these organizations achieve their training and educational goals.

Latitude's Free LMS for Charity™ program provides a FREE 1,000 User Learning Center to established charities and other non-profit organizations that provide free training and education to their communities.

Charitable organizations will also receive a 20% discount on all other Latitude products and services.   



To qualify for a Free LMS for Charity™ your training program must be focused on training and educating your community. The Free LMS for Charity™ is not intended for staff oriented training programs  If you are a charitable organization and would like to learn more about our Free LMS for Charity™ Program, please send us a note by filling out the form below.

 
 
 

Free LMS for Charity™

Latitude Learning provides FREE LMS services to charities and other non-profit organizations. To learn more about the Free LMS for Charity Program contact us using the form on this page.

 

“We are happy to choose Latitude’s LMS because it offers virtual classroom, which increases our ability for collaboration within certain regions of the world. We also appreciated Latitude’s straightforward commitment to nonprofits. Their commitment to nonprofits reflects the genuine and honest business culture we are proud to align ourselves with.”
- Anthony Kitchen, Manager of Network Programs at GFN

 

Focus: Hope

"I am writing to express my deep appreciation for your generous donation of the use of a Latitude Learning Portal to Focus: HOPE.  This system is a tremendous addition to our many workforce development and training programs."
- William F. Jones, Jr., CEO, Focus: HOPE

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