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Microsoft is contributing $2.5 million in cash, technology, and services to support relief efforts and to help nonprofit and public-sector organizations as they assist the community in recovery. This includes an initial cash donation to the American Red Cross for its most pressing needs.
Also, through Microsoft’s employee giving program, every dollar contributed by its employees to relief organizations working in the area will be matched dollar for dollar by Microsoft.
And to raise awareness and make it easier for people across the country to make donations toward relief and recovery efforts, Microsoft is using company websites and social media channels to highlight the need and opportunity to help through the American Red Cross.
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