In order for Charities to obtain Microsoft Azure for Non‐profits they need to go on to this link https://www.microsoft.com/en‐us/philanthropies/product‐donations/products/azure
Adding Microsoft Azure for Non‐Profits/sponsorship to your charity’s existing Office 365 tenant
If you already have an Office 365 tenant for your charity and want to add Microsoft Azure for Non‐ Profits to this, ensure you are logged into Office 365 as an administrator on your default web browser and then click on link. See screenshot below
Adding Microsoft Azure for Non‐Profits to a new tenant.
If you don’t have an Office 365 tenant then start off by signing up first.
Confirming Microsoft Azure for Non‐profits subscription in your Azure tenant in Office 365.
Login to your Office 365 tenant as an administrator Click Admin
On the left pane, expand Admin Centres
Click on Azure AD
In Microsoft Azure portal, click on Subscription on the top. Then click on Manage your account.
This will bring you to a webpage of your available subscriptions. Click on “Microsoft Azure Sponsorship” to show more information.
Click See remaining credits
After clicking on See remaining credit, this will display the sponsorship credits in details.
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