Good news! Faith-based NGOs can now receive Microsoft donations from SANGOTeCH Programme, as well as Office 365 for Nonprofits directly from Microsoft. This includes churches, synagogues and missions with a focus on worship and evangelism. From operating systems to office productivity suites to graphic design software, Microsoft has made over 250 products available for donation through SANGOTeCH Programme. Faith-based organisations have been instrumental in civil society and made important contributions to public life, from alleviating poverty, job training to building communities. Microsoft can help you do even more.
To see if your organisation is eligible, refer to www.sangotech.org/microsoft-restrictions.
To register, refer to www.sangotech.org/user/register.
SANGOTeCH assists South African NGOs by providing them with software, hardware and other ICT solutions at discounts of up to 95 percent of the retail value.
SANGOTeCH is a partnership between SANGONeT and TechSoup Global, a San Francisco-based nonprofit technology capacity building organisation.
Since inception in September 2006, more than 1 000 South African NGOs have already benefitted from this service, resulting in savings of more than R165 million on hardware and software purchases for NGOs. Current ICT partners include Microsoft, Symantec, SAP, Mailshell, Bytes of Learning, GiftWorks and Everlytic.
SANGOTeCH is open to South African nonprofit organisations with formal nonprofit status. In addition to meeting the general programme eligibility criteria, organisations also need to meet the specific requirements of each donor partner.
Click here for a full listing of the eligibility requirements.
Click here to view the SANGOTeCH product catalogue.
Enquiries: Tel: 086 110 6443, E-mail: email@example.com.
For more about SANGOTeCH Programme, refer to www.sangotech.org.