How to Write to Bill Gates

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How to Write to Bill Gates

While there’s a very slim chance that Bill Gates – one of the richest men in the world and the founder of Microsoft Corporation – will get to read your letter or e-mail, there’s no harm in trying.  He probably has a lot of letters and e-mails awaiting his response, and there’s always that chance that he’ll get to read your letter.  Here are some tips to help you write to Bill Gates.

Why Write Bill Gates?

Bill Gates is known to be a highly influential figure in the computing industry, but he also has a lot of stroke in humanitarian causes, world peace, the environment, education, and many other causes that help out humankind.  Here are some reasons why you should consider sending a letter over to the richest man in the planet:

  • Charity. You may be in charge of an important charity event that has very significant consequences on the future of education or the environment, and you need the support of Mr. Gates.
  • Research. Bill Gates is an advocate of many research projects and endeavors, like vaccination, immunization, HIV research, and agricultural advancements that can help increase yield and production.
  • Microsoft’s services. Another reason to write Bill Gates is to get to know more about Microsoft, the history of the company, and his involvement with projects and programs developed over the past decades.

Locations

If you plan to write or e-mail Bill Gates, here are some address entries you want to keep in mind:

  • Microsoft Corporation: One Microsoft Way, Redmond, Washington 98052-6399.
  • Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: PO Box 23350, Seattle, Washington 98102.
  • Phone: 1-800-MICROSOFT (642-7676), which is the corporate number for Microsoft Corporation; (206) 709-3100 for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • Fax: 1-425-93-MS-FAX (1-425-936-7329), which is the fax line for the whole company.

Bear in mind that Bill Gates may not receive or answer your letter, but there’s always a chance that the man himself will reply to your query.  With these tips, you can console yourself with the fact that you wrote a letter to one of the most influential people in the world today.

 

Comments

  1. Laura Stebbins, Special Ed Teacher said,

    on February 1st, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    I work at a small Charter school in the Dallas area. (Aubrey, TX) We have approximately 150 students and are in dire need of new laptop/ desktop computers, as well as printers. Our computers are approx. 8 years old and are failing everyday. Anything you could donate would be most appreciated by staff and students alike. Thank you for your consideration. Have a blessed day. Ms. Stebbins and student, Blake Whitley

  2. Mounina Marshall said,

    on October 10th, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Dear Bill Gates,

    My name is Mounina i’m from Paris originally but leaving in Philadelphia, PA for 10 years. I came to USA to have a opportunity to be a successful entrepreneur.

    But my problem it’s hard for me to get a loan, specially now with the “recession”. I believe i can success with recession or no reccession.

    So i would like to ask you if i can loan you. And you can put some interest. I would like to refund your money.

    Regard,
    Mounina Marshall.

  3. tonia david said,

    on July 8th, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    Dear bill gates my name is tonia im from brooklyn new york and im writting you hoping u could help me and my family i live in a house that badly need repairs and i contacted every help i could find loans you name it i dont qualify and my home is in danger celings fell down its getting dangerous to me and my familys health plus im expecting a baby im a frist time mom and really scare im not going to have a place to stay