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Supporting organizations committed to advancing diversity

The Nonprofit Tech Acceleration (NTA) program is committed to increasing technology access for nonprofit organizations that serve historically underrepresented communities.

Nonprofit software grants and discounts

Modernize your processes and streamline operations with solutions that support and scale with your mission.
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Personalized technical consulting

Start your transition to the cloud with our Onboarding Concierge team. Our specialists will match your organization with technical software to meet your specific needs. With personalized service from our specialists, you can spend less time on tech and more time on your mission.

Steps to onboarding your nonprofit

What nonprofits are saying about the NTA program

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How digital inclusion can help transform communities

Learn how the NTA program addresses inequitable access to technology and its impact on local organizations across the country.

Racial Equity Initiative

In June 2020, Microsoft made a five-year commitment to help address racial injustice and inequity in the U.S. for Black and African American communities, but the work doesn’t stop there.

FAQ

Find answers to common questions about the Nonprofit Tech Acceleration Program.
  • There is no cost for qualified organizations. Qualified 501(c)(3) organizations have access to the grant and license offers, as well as the Onboarding Concierge services. Non-501(c)(3) organizations have access to Concierge Services and discounted licenses.

  • Once you complete and receive confirmation of registration for the NTA program, you will continue to have access to Onboarding Concierge services. You can renew nonprofit grants and discounts annually given that your organization remains eligible.  See the Nonprofits eligibility page for details.

  • Our Onboarding Concierge does not build out solutions, but they will work alongside your staff or IT consultant via virtual meetings.

  • Microsoft Partners are additional resources outside of the NTA program. Our specialists can help match you with a Certified Partner, but they do have an additional cost.

  • The NTA program does not include hardware grants. However, the resources below offer additional information about how Microsoft and our partners provide low-cost computers and hardware to eligible nonprofits. 

  • Students at eligible schools can access Office 365 for free.

  • Our specialists can match you with a Microsoft Certified Partner based on your needs, but there is a separate cost from the partner.

  • The NTA program is for nonprofits that serve Black and African American communities. The organization does not have to be black-led.

  • You must be a 501(c)(3) organization to receive the grant and license offers, but non-501(c)(3) organizations can still use the Onboarding Concierge services.

  • Each organization must have their own unique 501(c)(3) status to qualify for the license and grant offers through Microsoft. Non-501(c)(3) organizations are still eligible for the Onboarding Concierge services.

  • Yes, access Microsoft offers, virtual trainings, and workshops here. Our trainers can also develop customized training for your staff.

  • Yes, websites can be hosted through Azure App Services.

  • Yes, you may acquire Microsoft 365 Business Premium with the help of a partner. A Microsoft partner can help modify the licenses to add the free offer into your assets.

Get started

Register and confirm your organization’s eligibility to access Microsoft nonprofit offers.

Contact us

Microsoft representatives can help you find the right products for your organization and address inquiries related to eligibility and technical support.

Chat now

Chat with the NTA Concierge bot to get immediate answers to questions about the benefits of the NTA program including answers, links and other resources to most of your technical questions.

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