Microsoft Supports Operation HOPE's Mission to Empower Underserved with $1 Million Software Donation
Global leader in financial dignity to upgrade and expand technology and services throughout organization
LOS ANGELES--Operation HOPE (HOPE) announced today a $1,000,527.00 in-kind contribution from Microsoft to help support its “silver rights” mission to empower the underserved through financial literacy and dignity.
The donation, made up of over 2,100 units of software products ranging from office and business to design and content management programs, will help the financial dignity and empowerment nonprofit, upgrade computer services for its employees and clients.
“As our relationship with Microsoft deepens, so has the ability to better serve and empower under-resourced communities,” said HOPE Executive Vice President and Chief of Field Operations Lance Triggs. “We are pleased that Microsoft recognizes the important work that we do and look forward to using this gift to improve programs and services for clients at our HOPE Financial Dignity and Literacy Empowerment Centers (HOPE Center), as well as enhance corporate operations, client management and volunteer involvement.”
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