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Interested in learning about the recent updates to the Microsoft Software Donation Program? Take a look at our Microsoft Donation Program: Short Tutorials page. This page includes five extremely short videos (around 3 to 5 minutes each) covering key information regarding the Microsoft Software Donation Program.
The hope behind these short videos is that you can quickly and easily gain answers to your questions regarding the program updates.
The short videos include:
Wondering how recent updates to the Microsoft Donation Program may affect your organization's eligibility? This short video may be for you! Topics covered include an overview of eligibility rules, special rules for public libraries and faith-based organizations, organization types recently made eligible, and a tour of TechSoup's Eligibility Quiz.
Curious about how recent updates to the Microsoft Donation Program affect allotment cycles and request frequency? This short video may be able to help! Topics covered include allotment cycles, number of requests, minimum quantities, and server requests
What are Microsoft Title Groups? This short video helps to explain what Title Groups are, and how they work within the Microsoft Donation Program.
Still have questions about recent updates to the Microsoft Donation Program? This short video may help answer your question! Topics covered include Software Assurance, Get Genuine Solutions, and the Microsoft Donation Center.
Take a tour through the new Microsoft Donation Center, and see how you can check your requests, your remaining donation allotment, and more.
Want even more information? Check out the archive pages for our recent webinars on the Microsoft Donation Program: Microsoft Donation Program: How Does It Work? and Microsoft Donation Program: Get Your Questions Answered. To read about the program, you can go straight to the Microsoft Donation Program page.
Kyla HuntWebinar ProducerTechSoup Global
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