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Microsoft supports Ryan Seacrest Foundation with $100,000 donation, helps launch new broadcast media studio at the Children’s Medical Center in Dallas with Microsoft Surface
Today, Microsoft joined the Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF), along with TV and radio host and producer Ryan Seacrest, Selena Gomez, and Radio Disney artist Shealeigh for the opening of RSF’s opening of Seacrest Studios at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. Microsoft’s $100,000 donation...
14 Nov 2012
Microsoft Continues to Sponsor Fight Against AIDS and Promote Diversity
As first profiled back in March, Microsoft is continuing its support of Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS , a local non-profit organization that provides necessary resources to organizations that assist more than 20,000 clients with HIV/AIDS. You’ll recall Microsoft is sponsoring the organization’s...
17 Aug 2012
Microsoft Supports Local Organization to Fight AIDS
Lone Star Ride Fighting AID S" title="Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS">Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS , a non-profit organization in Dallas, is hosting its 12 th annual two-day, 180- mile cycling adventure through scenic suburban and country roads winding through and around Dallas/Fort Worth on September...
21 Mar 2012
Microsoft Delivers Smiles to West Elementary School
It may be summer, but Microsoft recently went back to school to share in some fun with the students of West Elementary School. Employees from our Austin Microsoft Store and local sales office recently teamed up with the school’s staff to deliver $10,000 worth of XBOX Kinect bundles, games and t...
25 Jun 2013
Microsoft Ranked #1 in Best Corporate Social Responsibility Programs, Continues Dedication to Citizens and Communities
Who doesn’t like to get an award? Microsoft was recently named number one in Corporate Social Responsibility by the Reputation Institute for our philanthropy efforts. While this award is a wonderful validation, there is something much more important than recognition: the people and communities...
2 Jan 2013
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