Nonprofit Tech Club: How to Obtain a Donation and the Benefits of Microsoft 365

Nonprofit Tech Club Austin (Austin, TX) is part of NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Club program.

Brian Kinsella, Co-founder and Managing Director of the Virtu Group will join #NPTechClubATX for an after-work presentation about how to secure a donation(s) from Microsoft, and more. Brian will also share updates about Microsoft 365.

Microsoft 365 includes a powerful suite of tools, like hosted email and calendars with Exchange Online; instant messaging and web and video conferencing through Skype for Business; cloud-based access to familiar Office applications; access to your documents from anywhere with OneDrive for Business; and more depending upon your subscription plan.

Brian has spiced-up his presentation with “door prizes”:

• A free one-on-one training session at the Microsoft Store @ The Domain (worth $49).

• A free one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Home Edition (worth $99.99) | Up to five separate household users | Fully installed Office Professional Pro software: up to 5 PCs, 5 tablets and 5 phones (Android and Apple) per user | Each user gets 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage plus 60 minutes of Skype calling per month.

Brian Kinsella is a co-founder and managing director of the Virtu Group & Virtu Systems – a Microsoft Partner. Its technology practice focuses on business process improvement, collaboration and constituent relationship management — key drivers of organizational success. Brian spent 16 years as a trade association executive and fundraiser. His prior experience includes legislative, legal and regulatory affairs, business development, strategic alliances and fundraising for state, national and international trade groups and other nonprofits. In his free time Brian enjoys keeping up with public affairs, astrophysics and cosmology — at least the parts without much math!