How is your WA State Nonprofit or Library Using Microsoft software for Good?

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The submission period for the 2011 Technology for Good Contest is now open!

As we announced previously, Microsoft and TechSoup are running the 2011 Technology for Good Contest for nonprofits and public libraries in Washington State. Between now and January 18, share how your organization is using Microsoft software to engage your stakeholders and make a difference in your community.  Up to three winning stories will ring in the New Year with some excellent prizes!

About the Technology for Good Contest

Microsoft believes technology can do amazing things. That’s why they donate software to eligible nonprofit organizations and public libraries to help them use technology to further their missions. The Technology for Good Contest seeks to highlight the stories of how these groups are using Microsoft software to help them create real community impact in Washington State.

The winners will receive some awesome goodies including: a $5,000 unrestricted cash grant, up to $100,000 worth of donated Microsoft software, consulting services donated by NPower Seattle, and more!

How to Participate

  • Submit your entry: Use the submission form to answer five questions about the impact you’ve been able to achieve using Microsoft software. 
  • Spread the word: Let your friends, colleagues, and networks in WA State know about this opportunity to share their stories and help their cause!  Learn and share using the WATech4Good tag on Twitter.
  • Learn from others: Get inspired by the incredible work of other nonprofits and libraries. Visit the submission gallery to see the impacts other organizations have achieved.
  • Don’t delay: Submissions close January 18, 2011, 11:59pm Pacific time

Visit the contest website to get all the details, check your eligibility, and submit your entry today!