Microsoft has donated supplies to the Microsoft Foundation for the first time, giving away items that help Microsoft’s global charity efforts.
The donation was made by Microsoft and the Microsoft Charitable Giving Initiative.
Microsoft will donate an assortment of products to the Foundation for an average of $10,000 each, according to the company.
Microsoft’s charity initiative is known for helping people from different backgrounds, especially those who are blind, deaf, or otherwise underserved.
Microsoft said the gift will be used to provide educational materials and support the Microsoft Office Mobile app.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has been a big advocate for charity, and he said in September that Microsoft was the most generous charity in the world.
The company has been the biggest recipient of charitable donations from Microsoft, and donated $3.8 billion to charity in 2014.
Microsoft donated $500,000 to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in 2012.
Microsoft is also a donor to other charitable organizations in the US, the UK, and Australia.