Introduced in 2010, IBM Services Grants help educational and not-for-profit organizations to enhance their IT infrastructure, and leadership and technology skills.

The grants provide consultations with IBM experts and access to IBM technology. These tailored solutions were developed in collaboration with organizations in the not-for-profit community, and are specifically designed to support them in their efforts to serve our communities.

Early feedback on IBM Services Grants has been overwhelmingly positive. In a survey, 95 percent of grant recipients said the offering will have a positive impact on their organization, while 98 percent said IBM should continue to provide the offering to other organizations.

The grant offering portfolio will continue to evolve as the needs of the not-for-profit community change and IBM’s business offerings grow.

For more information about IBM Services Grants, please contact your local IBM Corporate Citizenship & Corporate Affairs manager. View the directory

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