Microsoft Charity Licensing no longer available through Connecting Up
Connecting Up no longer offers Microsoft Charity Licensing, however many organisations will still qualify for Microsoft Donations through Connecting Up and may not in fact need Charity Licensing.
Firstly, find out if you qualify for the Microsoft Donation program by registering for a free Connecting Up Membership. Once you enter your organisation details we will be able to let you know what access you have to Microsoft donations. If you don't qualify for donations, or need additional support, then Charity Licensing might be for you.
There are a range of Microsoft Charity resellers who can provide you with Microsoft Charity Licensing, including our trusted Partners Infoxchange http://www.infoxchange.net.au/
For Microsoft Charity Licensing queries or sales you can contact Infoxchange on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is my not-for-profit or charity eligible?
In addition to the Microsoft guidelines to be eligible for the Microsoft Charity program, your organisation must have Income Tax Exempt or Deductible Gift Recipient status as reflected on the Australian Business Register. Eligible charity types are limited to the following:
- Charitable Fund
- Charitable Institution
- Public Benevolent Institution (PBI)
- Health Promotion Charity (HPC)
- Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) Employer