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We at the CTXchange Programme want to thank Microsoft for its longstanding commitment to supporting non-profits around the world through software donations and more, and are thrilled to join them in announcing some important updates to their software donations programme that will make it even easier for non-profits and public libraries to get the Microsoft products they need, when they need them.
Beginning on, July 27th, 2011, organisations now have more flexibility regarding when they can request Microsoft software donations and in the product donations available. And, to make navigating the programme easier, we’re introducing the Microsoft Donation Centre, where eligible organisations can easily track their Microsoft requests, see the value of donations received to date, and more.
How the Microsoft Programme Updates Benefit Your Organisation
To learn more about the updates to the Microsoft Software Donation Programme and how they affect your organisation, visit our Overview of the Microsoft Software Donation Programme. Together with Microsoft, we’re excited to help you understand the updates and how they can benefit your organisation, and – ultimately – your community.
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