Google gives nonprofits a break

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  • Monday, 20 Jul 2015

Good cause: Sajith and Raj Ridvan Singh, director of SOLS 24/7, at the launch of Google for Nonprofits.

Google launches Google for Nonprofits, a programme offering free or discounted use of Google apps for qualifying organisations in Malaysia.

Investing in technology is one of the ­biggest expenses for non-governmental organisations (NGOs), according to SOLS 24/7, a humanitarian organisation that provides education and social services to Asean countries, including Malaysia.

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