Microsoft Technology for Good

Microsoft Technology for Good

Microsoft’s Technology for Good program, which helps nonprofits do more good by providing free or discounted software or hardware and cash grants.

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Expanding Microsoft Software Donations to More Nonprofits
Today we are making a number of updates to our global software donations program designed to give more nonprofit organizations access to the technology they need, when they need it.  We’re currently reaching more than 40,000 organizations around the world each year – translating into over $3.9 billion of donated software since 1998 - but we know there’s a great opportunity to reach even more...
Jul 27, 2011 11:15 AM ET
How Nonprofits Can Harness ‘Disruptive Technologies’ for Social Good
This week, 1,500 nonprofit IT professionals and advocates will gather in Washington, DC at the Nonprofit Technology Network's annual Nonprofit Technology Conference. In celebration of this gathering and the amazing work of nonprofits, we will be showcasing five partner organizations and the impact they are having with the help of technology. (Starting March 17, visit...
Mar 17, 2011 8:00 AM ET
Microsoft launches nonprofit grant program
Microsoft has launched the Elevate America community initiative, a new grant program that will support nonprofit organizations offering employment services, including technology skills training and job placement, in local communities across the United States. To support this...
Sep 2, 2010 1:50 PM ET
Microsoft Office 2010 now available for nonprofits through our technology donations program
On June 15th we announced the worldwide availability of Microsoft Office 2010. This new release of the world’s most popular productivity software provides a range of tools that help nonprofits work more efficiently and effectively from managing e-mail, to connecting and working with colleagues online, and creating and sharing professional documents. Microsoft has long recognized the benefit...
Jun 15, 2010 1:00 PM ET
Accelerating Change – We Can’t Do It Alone
Posted by Pamela Passman Corporate Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, Microsoft  Last Thursday we hosted our first citizenship “Accelerator Summit,” a day of open discussion on our corporate citizenship efforts. The conversation was based on how technology and partnerships can accelerate change on social and economic issues.  The event included a variety of...
May 24, 2010 5:20 PM ET

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