Grand Prize for Microsoft’s “Show Us Where You Work!” Facebook Contest for Australia and New Zealand nonprofits

The grand prize winner of the Show Us Where You Work! Facebook Contest will receive an in-depth social media consultation for their nonprofit with Heather Mansfield of Nonprofit Tech for Good. With an objective eye and knowledge gained from nearly 20 years of experience utilizing the Internet for fundraising, community building and advocacy, Heather will…

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Eligibility verification sites: “Show Us Where You Work!” Facebook Contest for Australia and New Zealand nonprofits

Microsoft New Zealand – Nonprofit EligibilityNew Zealand Charities, Voluntary and Community groups with charitable status must have a Charities Register Number (CRN).Please check for the CRN at The Charities Register.Microsoft Australia – Nonprofit EligibilityQualifying Australia organisations will possess an Australian Business Number and be non-government income tax exempt ITE nonprofit organisations.Please check for the ABN and…

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Terms and Conditions: “Show Us Where You Work!” Facebook Contest for Australia and New Zealand nonprofits

1. By entering this Microsoft “Show Us Where You Work!” Facebook Contest (“Promotion”) you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. 2.Employees and independent contractors (and each of their immediate family members) of Microsoft, its retailers, suppliers, associated companies and agencies are not eligible to enter. 3. Microsoft is committed to complying with…

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Tech4Good: June – Corporate Citizenship

In This Issue… Through our Corporate Citizenship work we meet inspiring people and organisations from across Asia Pacific that have been striving to make the world a better place through the use of technology. Throughout the year, we feature those organisations, their staff and the work they do in our Tech4Good e-newsletter and on our…

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Tech4Good: May – Social media

In This Issue… Nonprofits are continually exploring new ways to engage with donors, volunteers and board members through social media channels. With the ever-changing landscape and the move towards mobility devices such as phones and tablets, communications and fundraising strategies need to be constantly revisited and refined. This month, we feature: Part 2 of an…

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Tech4Good: April – Online Collaborations

In This Issue… It’s important for your nonprofit’s employees, volunteers, funders and board members to work together easily and productively, yet how can they do so from multiple locations? This month, we focus on collaboration tools, how technology can make it easier to work on documents, organise them in a meaningful way, share them with…

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Tech4Good: March – International Women’s Day

In This Issue… In honour of International Women’s Day this month, we bring you stories and resources that focus on the intersection between women, technology and nonprofits. We’ve also pulled together great webinar panelists for the end of March from organisations serving women in Bangladesh, Hong Kong and the Philippines who will share stories about…

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Tech4Good: February – Office 365

In This Issue… In countries across Asia Pacific, Microsoft has made Office 365 for Nonprofits available as a donation. Although previous issues of Tech4Good have covered Office 365, there’s so much to share that we’re doing it again this month. February’s webinar will focus on Office 365 demonstrations to give you a feel for the…

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