Microsoft officially launch Cloud for non-profit

Date: Nov 11, 2021

Microsoft officially launch Cloud for non-profit

Microsoft has formally released Microsoft cloud for non-profit into worldwide general availability as part of Microsoft's Technology for Social Impact Program.  The program was made available worldwide on 2nd November 2021.

Microsoft has developed a series of tools and workflows in Microsoft 365 to allow Non-profit organisations to:

What does this mean for non-profits? 

Well, it means that charities can now maximise their in house data and use the tools that Microsoft has developed in conjunction with industry leaders help increase donations and the number of donors, target specific groups with specific campaigns, manage volunteers, and benefit from additional levels of securing organisation data.  All within the same security environment making it far easier to collaborate and leverage all of the organisation data.

This in on top of the $3,500 annual Azure grant, 10 Microsoft 365 Business Premium licenses and zero cost Microsoft 365 E1 licenses

If you would like more information about Microsoft Cloud for non-profits or the grants that are available through the Microsoft Technology for Social Impact Program, please call us on 01722 411 999 and ask for Duncan