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Video: How Microsoft is Giving Nonprofits the Cloud Video: How Microsoft is Giving Nonprofits the Cloud

Video: How Microsoft is Giving Nonprofits the Cloud

by A GOOD Sponsor
September 11, 2013

This content is brought to you by Microsoft

Nonprofit organizations play an incredibly important role in every community around the world. In the hands of nonprofit organizations, technology can boost productivity, increase effectiveness through better collaboration, and extend services to new communities and individuals in need.

Microsoft works with more than 50,000 nonprofits around the world every year to provide them with affordable access to the technology they need to support their work in local communities. In fact, each day Microsoft donates on average $2 million in software to nonprofit organizations.

More and more, nonprofits see the cloud, mobile apps, and other technology as tools to help them improve efficiency, deliver programs more effectively, and have a greater impact. Microsoft is making Office 365 available as a donation to qualifying organizations in 40 countries worldwide.

With Office 365, familiar web-based productivity tools can help nonprofits create more social good.

Watch the video above to learn how the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, PATH and Northwest SEED have implemented Office 365 to create more impact.

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