TechSoup product donations and learning resources can help your religious nonprofit get the most out of its technology.
TechSoup is probably best known for distributing donated and discounted software and technology products to eligible nonprofit organizations. Each of TechSoup’s product programs has specific eligibility guidelines set by the donor, and religious organizations are eligible for many of these programs, including these three major ones.
Microsoft expanded its donation program with TechSoup to offer donated technology products to religious organizations. Previously, religious nonprofits were eligible for Microsoft donations only if they had a nonreligious primary mission. Now organizations are eligible for the Microsoft donation program, even if they have a religious primary mission. Review the full Microsoft program eligibility requirements and restrictions to confirm your organization’s eligibility. These organizations are also eligible for donated and discounted subscriptions to Office 365.
Similarly, organizations with a religious primary mission are now eligible for Intuit donations. Intuit expanded its TechSoup donation program to religious organizations with a 501(c)(3) charitable determination in November 2014. Review the full Intuit program eligibility requirements and restrictions to confirm your organization’s eligibility.
Religious organizations with a 501(c)(3) charitable determination are also eligible for the Refurbished Computer Initiative, which offers high-quality, competitively priced refurbished desktops, laptops, tablets, and other hardware.
Visit TechSoup so you can also take their Eligibility Check to see which software and hardware donations your organization may be eligible for. The Eligibility Requirements and Donor Partner Restrictions page provides further details on each program’s requirements and restrictions.