Eugene-based Palo Alto Software offers relief package to Oregon nonprofits

EUGENE, ORE. – May 6, 2020 – One of Oregon’s leading software companies gives back to its neighbors.

During the global coronavirus pandemic, Oregon’s nonprofit organizations face increased financial challenges and operational hurdles while delivering critical resources to those in need. Eugene-based Palo Alto Software is offering free use of its software tools to help local nonprofits better manage their financial projections and collaborate efficiently while working remotely.

“Our company has been fortunate enough to reach customers in over 180 countries around the world,” says Sabrina Parsons, CEO of Palo Alto Software, “but we care just as much about being good citizens and helping our local nonprofit neighbors get through this extremely difficult time.”

Nonprofit organizations based in Oregon are eligible to use LivePlan, a premier planning, forecasting and budgeting software, free for 90 days. LivePlan is a critical tool for organizations who need to respond to the pandemic by adjusting their financial projections, understanding their cash flow, and providing easy-to-review financial reports to board members and regulatory councils.

Oregon nonprofits are also eligible to receive a one-time $100 donation to their organization by using Outpost (free), Palo Alto Software’s newest software tool, and providing helpful product feedback. Outpost is an email tool that helps remote teams work together in shared email inboxes like info@ or donors@—without stepping on each other’s toes—so they can quickly respond to donor and volunteer emails.

To receive Palo Alto Software’s nonprofit relief package of LivePlan and Outpost, organizations are encouraged to visit to learn more about the relief package and submit an application. Applications will be reviewed and followed up within five business days.

About Palo Alto Software

Based in Eugene, Oregon, Palo Alto Software, Inc. is the world leader in small business planning and strategic forecasting. Its software solutions include LivePlan, a software solution for dynamic business planning and small business management, Outpost, a collaborative inbox tool for teams, and, a hub for expert advice on every part of starting a business.

As an integral part of its company culture, Palo Alto Software believes in supporting local charitable organizations. Employees are encouraged to volunteer four of their monthly work hours to benefit a nonprofit organization. Palo Alto Software created a fund with the Oregon Community Foundation, in order to regularly support nonprofits in our area. Palo Alto Software  supports a variety of causes including, but not limited to: United Way of Lane County, Boys & Girls Club of Emerald Valley, Kidsports, Kids First, Eugene Education Foundation, Toolbox Project, and McKenzie River Trust.

Leave a Comment