Yes, qualifying nonprofits (including churches) can access Microsoft 365 Business Premium for free, for up to ten users. If you have more than ten employees or volunteers who need Microsoft 365 to do their work for your organization, there are a few options.
Part of the service CIM provides to our partners is helping a nonprofit identify the opportunities to use all the features of Microsoft 365 to make life easier and more efficient. If you don’t know what some of these additional programs are or if they would be useful to you, we can help!
In any business setting, having and maximizing the right tools is a key ingredient to success. In today’s digital world, that often encompasses having the right technology to facilitate anything from day-to-day tasks to big picture goals. That’s no different for charities or nonprofit organizations. Charities and nonprofit organizations (NPOs), while having different missions and legal classifications from corporations, require many of the same technologies as for-profit institutions. One such set of applications that many churches and other NPOs are usually interested in is Microsoft Office 365.
With the technological resources available today, there is no reason that your organization can’t automate portions of your team. Implementing the right technology would allow your team to focus on what is most important: your mission.
In this blog, we will cover the pricing structure that Microsoft has for nonprofits with regards to a variety of their products. We are excited to share that Microsoft 365 Business Premium is now available for free for nonprofit organizations.