Office 365 is now available as a donation to qualified nonprofits!

Todd Sweetser

Hi Cloud Sellers!

For those that work with customers in the nonprofit space Microsoft has just made Office 365 available as a donation to eligible organizations.  What does this mean?  Customers that qualify can now acquire and take advantage of the Office 365 offerings at a reduced rate or at no charge to them.  This is part of Microsoft’s ongoing commitment to working to fulfill our public responsibilities and to serving the needs of people in communities worldwide. 

Below is a table showing the current offerings that are available as well as more coming soon: 


So, how to get started?  Simply have your customer start a trial of the Office 365 Enterprise for Nonprofits using link here!  After doing so this will start the verification process.

Below are other resources that can be referred to:

Office 365 Donation: Helping Nonprofits Do More Good announcement from the Corporate citizenship Blog.

Office 365 for Nonprofits info on the Corporate citizenship site.

Who’s Eligible information

Info on where and how to Apply Now to verify eligibility

Office 365 Nonprofit FAQ

Office 365 for Nonprofits product info

Office 365 for Nonprofits Plans and Pricing comparison info

In addition to the plans mentioned above the following items are also available:

  • Exchange Online Archiving for Nonprofits: Get a cloud-based, enterprise-class archiving solution that helps you solve archiving, compliance, regulatory, and eDiscovery challenges for $1.00 user/month. (Note this is for customers using Exchange Servers on premises.)  Learn more
  • Office 365 Enterprise ProPlus for Nonprofits: Get the latest Office applications, business-class email, document sharing, and web meetings—rich productivity services with IT flexibility and control. Unlimited number of users. $2.00 user/month. Learn more
  • SharePoint Online Storage for $0.20 per GB/month: If your organization needs more online storage with SharePoint than your Office 365 plan includes, you can purchase additional storage at this low price. Learn more

Again, start an Office 365 Enterprise for Nonprofits TRIAL

Note that as a Microsoft Cloud Partner you are eligible for any advisor fees based on cost of subscription just as with our other Office 365 offerings via the Advisor (direct) model.



Comments (1)

  1. vivek says:

    Hi Todd, Can you please elaborate what may be the benefit behind donating software not cash to a non-profit organization in your view? Regards, Vivek

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