On Monday, Microsoft announced a new Technology for Social Impact group dedicated to serving nonprofit organizations worldwide and helping them move to the cloud and provide the support they need.
“This new team will build the kind of robust ecosystem that today works so well for businesses,” writes Justin Spelhaug, Microsoft Philanthropies general manager. “We will continue to donate and discount cloud services for nonprofits.”
In a post on Microsoft on the Issues, Spelhaug shares details of two new offers to bring value to the nonprofit community: Microsoft 365 for Nonprofits, “a complete, intelligent solution, including Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security, that will empower nonprofits to be more creative and collaborate more easily,” and 10 percent discounts on Surface Books and Surface Pros.
Read Spelhaug’s post on Microsoft on the Issues.