Microsoft is pleased to partner with TechSoup New Zealand to donate a wide variety of software products to nonprofit organisations. Hundreds of professional and enterprise Microsoft products are available. TechSoup New Zealand charges a small administrative fee to donation recipients to enable us to offer our services to you.
The Microsoft Software Donation Program is one of TechSoup New Zealand's most popular resources. You can choose from hundreds of Professional and Enterprise Microsoft products for your not-for-profit organisation.
Which versions of Microsoft software are available for not-for-profits?
Products in the Microsoft donation program don't include version information in the product name. However, you can choose to download the current or previous version of the software in any language that's available through the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Centre if you request a donation.
You can find out which version of the software is the current one on our Microsoft title groups page »
Microsoft Software Donation Program Eligibility
Please consult the Microsoft eligibility guidelines page to review your not-for-profit organisation's eligibility to participate in the Microsoft software donation program.
Restrictions and ordering limitations
Microsoft provides not-for-profit organisations and libraries with a maximum allotment of product donations that can be requested per two-year cycle.
For detailed explanations of the quantity of products you can request, special rules for software donations to public libraries, and specific procedures to follow for returns, please see the Microsoft software donation program limits page »
Learn More About the Microsoft Donation Program
TechSoup New Zealand encourages organisations to visit our Overview of the Microsoft Donation Program.
Here you can learn about the quantity of products an organisation can request and specific procedures to follow for returns. This page also provides an overview of the benefits and rules of the Microsoft Volume Licensing program, through which the donated products are made available, along with links to help you find additional information at both Connecting Up and Microsoft.