Charity Technology Trust (CTT) is giving eligible charities licences for the latest version of Microsoft Office at a low cost. This is being implemented through CTT’s technology donation programme, CTXchange, which, through partnership with technology companies, donates hardware and software products to charities.
To be eligible for the licence, you must be a registered UK charity or housing association. Charities must also be working in the following areas: helping the poor, social and community welfare or education. CTT will charge an administration fee of GBP15.00 for the basic version of Office, and GBP20.00 for the professional version. This saves charities around 95% compared to the commercial list price.
Chief executive of CTT, Richard Craig, said: “Having access to the most up-to-date software helps charities to run at optimal efficiency. Our partnerships with companies such as Microsoft mean we can offer eligible members of our CTXchange programme the advantages that access to the latest technology brings.”
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