About this campaign

Here at www.loadandhelp.com, everybody can download full versions of FreePDF for Windows and FreeOffice for Windows, Mac and Linux – all of them free of charge and without obligations. For every download through Load and Help, SoftMaker donates € 0.10 to aid and charity projects around the world.

This campaign runs from December 11 through December 31, 2019.

We need the support of this site's visitors. Please spread the word by telling friends and co-workers about it, by posting to Facebook and Twitter, by talking about Load and Help in web forums, etc. You get free software, and we support people in need.

We account for every supported project and the donated money. This means everybody can be sure they helped good and sensible projects with their download.

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Logo "Load and Help"

SoftMaker Software GmbH – the company

Since 1987, SoftMaker has been developing office software: word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation-graphics applications. The "flagship" product SoftMaker Office is available for a wide range of operating systems: Windows, macOS, Linux and Android.

The prominent features of SoftMaker's office suite are intuitivity and ease of use, extremely high compatibility with the Microsoft Office file formats and the sheer speed of the software – this, together with attractive pricing, is an unbeatable proposition.

High-quality computer typefaces are the second pillar of SoftMaker's business. With the product lines MegaFont NOW and infiniType 4, home users and professional designers alike have affordable access to first-class typeface collections.

The person behind Load and Help

Martin Kotulla, SoftMaker's CEO, has this to say about the campaign:

"SoftMaker wants to offer high-quality office productivity software to everybody, and do good at the same time. Our goal is to raise as much money as possible until December 31, 2019 with the Load and Help campaign. Every download counts: it increases the amount that is donated by SoftMaker. The donated money will mainly go to the OneDollarGlasses project that brings glasses to the masses around the world.