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We're investing in the nonprofit sector and here's why you should, too

Doing good makes good business sense. Providing nonprofits with the technology they need to make a positive impact in the world can also make a positive impact to your bottom line.

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  • Unlock new revenue streams in one of the largest industries in the world.
  • Leverage extensive Microsoft resources to engage and support nonprofits.
  • Improve employee satisfaction within your organization by creating mission-driven work that aligns with their principles.

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  • Receive the most current nonprofit news and Microsoft incentives and offers.
  • Access sales and marketing resources specific to the nonprofit sector.
  • Learn how to build and grow your nonprofit practice.

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