Microsoft Services is a company that provides software, administrative support, and IT and computer services to nonprofit customers. They operate nationwide, with nonprofit customers using their products across the country.
Most Microsoft Services customers are civic and social organizations, social advocacy organizations, and outpatient health care practitioners and facilities with revenues ranging from $1.1 million to $24 million.
Previous legal names, trade names, or just variations of their name include: Microsoft.
|1||Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund||501(c)(3)||Boston, MA|
|2||Gavi the Vaccine Alliance (GAVI)||501(c)(3)||Washington, DC|
|3||AmeriCares Foundation||501(c)(3)||Stamford, CT|
|4||Direct Relief||501(c)(3)||Santa Barbara, CA|
|5||The College Board||501(c)(3)||New York, NY|
|6||Howard University||501(c)(3)||Washington, DC|
|7||St Jude Children's Research Hospital||501(c)(3)||Memphis, TN|
|8||Fhi 360||501(c)(3)||Durham, NC|
|9||John D & Catherine T Macarthur Foundation||501(c)(3)||Chicago, IL|
|10||Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)||501(c)(3)||Princeton, NJ|
|...||and 26,090 more Microsoft Services not-for-profit tax-exempt customers identified by Cause IQ|
Competitors to Microsoft Services in the nonprofit sector include Google Inc, Blackbaud, Fonteva Inc, Deloitte Tax LLP, RSM Us LLP, Abila, Cliftonlarsonallen LLP, Ibm Corporation, Sikich LLP, and Cohnreznick LLP.
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