Jamf Nation Redeploy Initiative Terms

Thank you for your interest in the Jamf Nation Redeploy Initiative (“the Program”). We’re hopeful that we’ll be able to connect organizations that have excess devices that are no longer in use (“Donors”) to organizations that could put them to good use (“Recipients”).

How it Works

Jamf is launching an initiative to help organizations across the globe with unused Apple devices connect with organizations who have one of these three specific problems. Our hope is that with the breadth of all of the companies in the global Apple ecosystem, plus the massive amount of knowledge possessed by Jamf Nation, that we will be able to successfully bridge many of the common gaps that have made deploying technology as a response to COVID-19 difficult.

Just get in touch, and we’ll help you get started as a Donor, Recipient, or volunteer.

Participation Requirements

You must have non-obsolete devices that are properly released from Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager and are ready for donation. Additionally, it is a best practice to physically sterilize devices before donating them to another organization.

Your request for devices must be for the specific use cases of either healthcare response initiatives (telemedicine) or remote learning initiatives and you must have a plan for implementation. You must also have Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager access; an appropriate MDM solution (Jamf Pro, Jamf School, Jamf Now, etc.); network access to receive device communication; a Mac with Apple Configurator 2.5 or later installed for iOS and iPadOS device setup; and appropriate cables to connect devices.

Jamf Nation Volunteers
You must have a willingness to help, time and expertise in Apple device deployment.

The Legal Stuff

Jamf’s Role
Jamf will match Donors with Recipients and join an introductory call with both parties. We will provide information about how to prepare devices for donation and how to be ready to receive donations. We can also match Recipients with a Jamf Nation volunteer to answer questions or help, if needed.

Jamf will not physically handle any of the devices. We will not arrange the details of the handoff of devices between Donor and Recipient, nor will Jamf pay for shipping devices. The Donor and Recipient are responsible for making shipping or handoff arrangements.

No Warranty
Devices are being provided to Recipients “as is.” Jamf makes no warranty about the condition of any donated devices; that the devices will meet a Recipient’s particular needs or requirements; that a Recipient will actually receive donated devices; or that operation of the devices will be uninterrupted or error free. Jamf will not fix any devices. Jamf further makes no warranty about any advice provided by a Jamf Nation volunteer under this Program.

Limitation of Liability
In no event will Jamf be liable for damages of any kind related to or arising out of your participation in the Program.

If you are a Donor, we will share the contact information (name, email, phone number) you submit to Jamf as part of this Program with a Recipient we match you with. Likewise, if you are a Recipient, we will share your contact information with a matched Donor. If you are a Jamf Nation member who is interested in volunteering your time, we will share your contact information with a Recipient that needs help. Please see Jamf’s Privacy Policy for more information about how we use information collected through this website.

No Tax or Legal Advice
Jamf will not provide any tax advice with respect to the donation of devices. It is the Donor’s responsibility to consider any tax, legal or internal compliance implications with respect to donation.

Jamf Services
For Recipients that want to purchase an MDM solution from Jamf to manage their newly acquired devices, a separate agreement will apply to the use of Jamf software and services.

If you have questions about this Program, please email redeploy@jamf.com.

Last Updated: May 11, 2020