Azure resources for nonprofits
Nonprofit Resource Guide for Database Migration
Get tools, resources, and best practices to plan and implement a successful cloud migration.
Security Program for Nonprofits
Protect your organization against cyberthreats with the Security Program for Nonprofits, a comprehensive set of security offerings that assess organizational risk, provide proactive monitoring and notification, and training.
Nonprofit Azure Onboarding Concierge and Success Center
Microsoft is offering a free Azure Onboarding Concierge service for organizations who are new to the Azure grant or would like a refresher. To get started with your sponsorship, sign up and we’ll reach out to schedule time to help you set up your grant subscription, provide governance and cost management best practices, and provide resources to help you deploy Azure workloads.
AI for Good grants
Through our AI for Good programs, we offer grants, expertise, and technology to individuals and organizations working to solve humanitarian issues and create a more sustainable and accessible world. Explore how AI technology is driving innovation and discover grants your nonprofit may be eligible for.
Cloud Direct | UK
Cloud Direct, an Azure Expert MSP, helps ambitious organizations to safely benefit from the latest Microsoft Cloud technologies. Our not for profit clients know that the right technology can improve efficiency and support their vital work.
The Daffodil Centre is accelerating the pace and scope of their research to find the most effective ways to reduce cancer death and illness using the Azure cloud.
Hongdandan Visually Impaired Service Center
This Nonprofit uses Custom Neural Voice, a new text-to-speech capability in Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services, and the Audio Content Creation platform to quickly create high-quality audiobooks using AI.
American Cancer Society
By adopting a cloud-first posture, American Cancer Society embraces efficiency and innovation in its battle against cancer.
UNICEF's case management tool is now digital and open-source, delivering a streamlined Azure-based platform as a web application and software as a service (SaaS).
American Council of the Blind
This nonprofit supports and advocates for people who are blind or visually impaired. As part of its strategic plan, they invested in Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Office 365. With more reliable and secure technology, it advances its mission and serves more people.
The Urban Institute aims to make data and evidence regarding public policy debate unbiased for policy makers. Recently, they began leveraging the Azure cloud to provide answers to “what if” questions more efficiently and economically.
Social workers spend a significant amount of time submitting documentation. NY Foundling created a streamlined data entry app using Azure Bot Service and Microsoft Teams so that those same workers can spend more time supporting clients and less time with tedious reporting processes.
Subscribe to Azure News to learn about the latest Azure updates and resources available for nonprofits and NGOs.
Find a partner
Whether you want help choosing the right Microsoft cloud solution or the best deployment option, Microsoft partners are available to help you get started.
Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches
This e-book breaks down the most important Azure concepts into bite-sized lessons with exercises and labs—along with project files available in GitHub—to reinforce your skills.
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