Microsoft already offers great discounts on its products and services for nonprofits. In fact, Microsoft has provided over $3.2 billion in technology discounts and grants to more than 300,000 nonprofit organizations in 2022 alone. Today, Microsoft announced that it is expanding its nonprofit technology offers to public libraries and public museums. Over 2 million libraries across 99 countries are now eligible for this new program.
Libraries and museums can get the following:
- Discounts for products like Microsoft 365 that includes Teams, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint; as well as Azure, Dynamics 365, Power Apps and even Surface devices.
- Eligible for industry-leading grants that encompass Microsoft 365, Azure and Dynamics.
- Microsoft Advertising is offering a $3,000 monthly grant on its owned-and-operated digital search and native advertising platforms like Bing.
- Public libraries and public museums will also have access to on-premises licenses for computer labs and other public access devices. Grants of Microsoft Office Standard, Windows Professional, Project Standard, Publisher, Visio Standard and Visual Studio Pro are offered for shared-device scenarios
You can learn more about this program from the link below.