Microsoft has given $1 billion to 31,000 non-profits
Microsoft is celebrating 30 years of giving, a huge milestone for the Redmond-based software company. And at a press conference, the company also announced that it has given $1 billion in donations to more than 31,000 non-profit groups during that time.
“We stood up in times of crisis and helped the people in Japan, in Pakistan, in Haiti,” said CEO Steve Ballmer.
Needless to say, Microsoft has given time and money that has had a huge impact around the world.
It’s a culture of generosity that was started by co-founder Bill Gates, who credits his parents for setting an example of philanthropy and encouraged him to start a giving program.Tags: Bill Gates, impact, Microsoft, non-profit
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