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  • Blog Post: Microsoft supports non-profit IT adoption

    Microsoft believes Non-Profit organisations can use technology to achieve even greater outcomes for the communities they serve. To be agile, an organisation requires the right technology, the right processes and willing people, to get the most of every moment. This is why, each year, Microsoft and its...
  • Blog Post: Facts - Climate Change - Sofware Donations

    Earlier this week a series of media articles were published around the world (then linked to and repeated in blogs) that made claims about Microsoft and other major corporations funding the Heartland Institute – a US not-for-profit think tank that claims its mission as: “ …to discover...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft 2011 Citizenship Report

    The Microsoft 2011 Citizenship Report shares some of the important work we’re doing in our communities, and our efforts to manage a responsible business. It explains our Citizenship actions in fiscal year 2011 and together with our annual financial report gives a complete picture of our work and...
  • Blog Post: Record donation figures and broadening of Software Donation Program

    Microsoft Australia reached new heights with the Software Donation Program last financial year donating more than $40 million dollars’ worth of software to an increasing number of community organisations. This amazing outcome is a 20 percent increase on last year’s already impressive figure...
  • Blog Post: Helping families with the provision of food

    Microsoft was awarded Foodbank ’s Collaboration Award at the Australian Food and Grocery Council Industry Leaders Conference in Canberra last month. This year’s Foodbank Collaboration Award was presented to the members of the Rinaldi Pasta Project which made possible the production of 800...
  • Blog Post: Charity staff spend day at Microsoft and celebrate $100 million milestone

    Microsoft last week hosted its first “Connecting Communities” event to showcase the important role of technology for not for profits, charities and community organisations. The event brought together a range of speakers who presented on topics important to not for profit organisations such...
  • Blog Post: Technology forum for Nonprofits and charities

    For the first time, Microsoft Australia will be hosting a forum targeting the nonprofit and charity sector with the focus on technology. The free forum is being organised with Microsoft’s partner, Connecting Up Australia , and is being held at Microsoft offices in North Ryde on November 4th 2010...
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