Microsoft Gives Charities Free Web-Based Software

November 25, 2013 Posted by Jessica Shofler in News

Microsoft is now making Office 365 available free of charge to eligible nonprofits. In addition, if an organization wants to intall the programs on computers in addition to having them accessible through browsers, it can also do that for a discounted price.

An eligible organization is one that is recognized as charitable in its respective country, is operated on a nonprofit basis, and that has a mission to benefit the local community. TechSoup Global, a 501(c)(3) that uses technology to help enable social change, will verify each organization’s eligibility.

Click here for FAQs about Office 365 for nonprofits. To find other products that are donated to nonprofits go to

Let us know if you take advantage of this deal and how it works for your nonprofit.

NOTE: The information contained herein is not intended to be legal advice and the reader should know that no Attorney-Client relationship or privilege is formed by the posting or reading of this article which is also not intended to solicit business.

Casey Summar, Partner, The Law Firm for Non-Profits,1812 W Burbank Blvd, #7445, Burbank, CA 91506

One Response to “Microsoft Gives Charities Free Web-Based Software”

  1. With reaching over 40,000 organizations every year, Microsoft is doing its bit by donating software to nonprofit organizations across the globe. Every single donation made round the year is inching us towards success. Therefore, all the nonprofit organizations should look for such opportunities and get help from technology giants in the market and make the most of it