For nearly two decades, Microsoft has worked with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to provide young people with online and computing resources. Over that time, Microsoft has donated more than $150 million worth of software, cloud services, cash grants and employee volunteer matching time to both BGCA and local Clubs. This support has helped local Clubs build technology centers, allowed BGCA to develop its first technology program and create MyClubMyLife.com and the Digital Arts Suite. Microsoft’s generosity has impacted Club members everywhere, allowing them to become more tech savvy.
Today, Microsoft's technology-driven efforts include:
Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Through YouthSpark, Microsoft focuses on young people’s access to computer science education so they can learn this fundamental skill and develop the computational-thinking and problem-solving abilities that are critical for their successful future. Learn more about Microsoft’s efforts to bring CS education to all youth by visiting: https://www.microsoft.com/about/philanthropies/youthspark/youthsparkhub/
Microsoft is a Back2School partner and will run a cause marketing campaign at over 90 Microsoft Stores nationwide and online at MicrosoftStore.com from July 18 – August 14, 2016. During this timeframe, Microsoft is offering a $300 savings on a bundle purchase of the Surface Book or Surface Pro 4 with an Xbox from Microsoft Stores or MicrosoftStore.com. With each bundle purchased, Microsoft will donate $25, up to a maximum of $100,000, to help Boys & Girls Clubs spark the next generation of innovators. Microsoft will also invite customers to support Boys & Girls Clubs by making a donation at http://BGCA.org/microsoft.
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