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Please note: Organisations whose scope of activities includes work in developing countries are encouraged to seek Cisco donations through this programme.
Affiliates of a national organisation (such as the YMCA and the British Red Cross) that has more than 20 locations (even if those affiliates are considered separate entities and are not funded by the national organisation) are not eligible for Cisco donations.
After the CTX Programme request process is complete, the CTX Programme Cisco account management team might request additional information to verify that the organisation matches the Cisco philanthropy guidelines. In particular, an organisation must be able to show that their focus is serving economically disadvantaged people.
Cisco requests may not include non-Cisco item requests. Any non-Cisco items must be requested separately so they are not subject to the Cisco processing delay.
A range of direct-service nonprofit organisations that primarily serve economically disadvantaged people are eligible to receive Cisco donations. Please make sure that your organisation's primary mission and services correspond to one of the following organisational types:
Heath-service support organisations offering any of these types of services:
Organisations providing these types of housing services:
Organisations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to underserved populations through any of the following programme types:
Organisations that provide emergency or disaster aid:
The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:
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