Request Donated Microsoft On-Premises Licenses Before April 4

Most Microsoft on-premises offers will no longer be available as a donation starting April 4. Instead, they will only be available at a higher-cost discounted rate or through donated cloud subscriptions.

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On-Premises Microsoft Products Available Only at a Discount Starting April 4

After this date, the functionality provided by offers like Office Standard will be available only as a discounted on-premises solutions, or through donated and discounted Cloud subscriptions.

Donated Microsoft cloud offers will remain available.

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Microsoft for Nonprofits Account Required

To request Microsoft products through TechSoup, you need a Microsoft for Nonprofits account. If you don't already have one, Microsoft will need to verify your organization, which can take some time. 

For this reason, we recommend that you start your request as soon as possible.

The way you download the products you request has changed as well.

→ See our step-by-step guide (PDF)

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New Discount Program for Libraries

Libraries are no longer eligible for donated Microsoft licenses. Instead, they are now able to get academic discounts on Microsoft products through TechSoup.

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Microsoft cloud solutions are a flexible, powerful option for many nonprofits, and both donated and discounted subscriptions are available. In addition, many subscriptions let you download and install Office apps that you can use offline.* Get 10 Microsoft 365 Business Premium licenses for free.

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*To make sure your subscription is current, you will need to connect to the Internet at least once every 30 days. You will also need to be connected to the Internet in order to participate in real-time collaboration or to save items to the cloud.