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$4m Microsoft & World Vision Partnership


Thursday, 25th September 2014 at 10:40 am
Lina Caneva, Editor
Technology giant Microsoft has made a $4 million software donation to welfare Not for Profit World Vision Australia to strengthen the organisation’s technology capabilities in the fight against global poverty.

Thursday, 25th September 2014
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$4m Microsoft & World Vision Partnership
Thursday, 25th September 2014 at 10:40 am

Technology giant Microsoft has made a $4 million software donation to welfare Not for Profit World Vision Australia to strengthen the organisation’s technology capabilities in the fight against global poverty.

World Vision says the non-cash grant represents its largest corporate partnership and is delivered under Microsoft’s Citizenship Program; providing technology, tools, training and resources to Not for Profit organisations to create opportunities and transform communities.

World Vision Australia’s Chief Executive Tim Costello said he was extremely grateful for Microsoft’s support and excited about the possibilities the grant opened for both organisations.

“This partnership and the technology it brings will transform the way our staff work and collaborate, advancing World Vision’s customer relationship management system so we can better target the information our Australian supporters receive,” Costello said.

“It will also result in significant savings, making even more funds available for our work in the field, where it is needed most.”

Microsoft Australia’s Citizenship Manager, Anna Howarth said the company had a long history of supporting the Australian Not for Profit community, donating more than $50 million of software in Australia in the last financial year.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with World Vision Australia and providing them with the tools they need to support their employees and improve the experience of their Australian supporters,” Howarth said.

As part of Microsoft Australia’s Tech4Good program, Microsoft staff will also have the opportunity to volunteer for World Vision’s Young Mob Leadership Program that helps young Aboriginal people develop their life skills and cultural knowledge.

The grant includes the provision of a range of productivity tools including, Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013, SharePoint, Lync and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.


Lina Caneva  |  Editor  |  @ProBonoNews

Lina Caneva has been a journalist for more than 35 years, and Editor of Pro Bono Australia News since it was founded in 2000.


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