Microsoft Open licensing programs are a simple, cost-effective way for small and midsize organizations to acquire the latest Microsoft technology. Eligible nonprofit organizations can acquire
multiple software licenses—rather than multiple software packages—and Office 365
and other cloud services at reduced prices through volume licensing. For
software, your organization needs to purchase only one complete software package
and enough licenses to cover the remaining number of computers.
Nonprofit Open License
Easy to understand and
administer, Nonprofit Open License is flexible enough to meet the needs of a
broad range of organizations. After an initial order of five or more licenses,
you can reorder as few as one license, so you order only what you need. Choose
from a wide selection of licensed products and acquire them from any approved
Volume Licensing reseller.
You receive license
confirmation information electronically and can quickly and easily view your
license purchase history, so there's never any question about which licenses you
own. Your organization gets even more value, more manageability, and more
assistance with optional Software Assurance.
Learn more about Open License.
More than an upgrade,
Software Assurance can help your organization get the most value from up-to-date
technology by providing a powerful combination of productivity benefits,
support, tools, and training. Software Assurance offerings available under
Nonprofits Enterprise Agreement and Open License are the same benefits as those
available under commercial agreements.
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Discounts for nonprofits
Microsoft provides discounted services
to eligible nonprofits. To be eligible for any of our nonprofit
offers, you must meet ALL FIVE of the following criteria:
Organizations must be a
nonprofit or non-governmental organization with
recognized charitable status in their respective country
(such as 501(c)(3) status under the United States
Internal Revenue Code).
In addition to the
criteria above, eligible organizations must also
operate on a not-for-profit basis and have a mission
to benefit the local community that could include,
but is not limited to: providing relief to the poor,
advancing education, improving social welfare,
preserving culture, preserving or restoring the
environment, promoting human rights, establishment
of civil society.
Any organization that does not meet the criteria
outlined above for eligible nonprofit missions is
ineligible for Microsoft nonprofit programs.
Ineligible organizations include, without
organizations that have not obtained
recognized charitable status in their respective
3. User eligibility
Nonprofit offers are
intended only for paid nonprofit employees, and
unpaid full-time equivalent (FTE) staff who have
material day-to-day managerial, operational, and
fiduciary responsibilities, and who will not use the
license for personal income generation. Volunteers,
members and beneficiaries of the nonprofit are NOT
eligible for nonprofit licenses and subscriptions.
4. License restrictions
share, transfer, or resell nonprofit licenses or
subscriptions with other organizations, including with
partner nonprofits or legally independent sister
Microsoft values and
respects individual and cultural differences and is
committed to providing an inclusive environment that
is welcoming and free from discrimination.
Therefore, organizations are not eligible to
participate in the Microsoft nonprofit giving
program if they have a policy or mission of
discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to
training or services, promotion, termination, and/or
retirement based on race, color, sex, national
origin, religion, age, disability, gender identity
or expression, marital status, pregnancy, sexual
orientation, political affiliation, union
membership, or veteran status.
The only exception to
this policy is for religious organizations that are
exempt from laws that prohibit such discrimination.
Microsoft reserves the right to
grant or deny an organizations application or participation at
any time, for any reason, and to supplement or amend these
eligibility guidelines at any time without notice. Selections
are made at Microsoft’s sole discretion and are not subject to