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There seems to have been a development in Office365 management of Charity pricing but still recommended that you have an Online Services Partner do the admin/communication with Microsoft/Regional Partner Manager:
1. Charity must choose plan first but remember there are only certain plans* that qualify.
2. Plans must be for a minimum of 25 users with possibly up to a 60 percent discount. (So E3 plan with 25 users with Charity discount would cost about the same as 10 users at retail.)
3. The Charity has to qualify as a Charity with Microsoft.
4. Discounts will be applied either after the first or second subscription payment.
5. All pricing is subject to an increase at any time or even a plan's content can change at any time.
* See below Retail
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Thanks for the information about charity pricing. Official pricing information about Office 365 plans is available at:
Of the above ~20 plans, have you figured out which plans qualify for Charity Pricing? Is there a subset to choose from?
They are the only ones available to Charities and subsequent pricing will reflect up to 60 percent off.
What about smaller charities who tend to have the smaller budgets! I would only need 1 user abd 3 email accounts. $6 a month over a year is still a lot for us to pay for web hosting and document/contact management.