Microsoft is working on a mobile app for FWD.us, a nonprofit group that helps homeless and elderly people live independently

Microsoft has a mobile application for Fwd.us that is helping its homeless and other disadvantaged residents.

The mobile app, called FWD-App, allows users to connect with a virtual volunteer to provide them with financial assistance, a phone call or a job search, said Kevin Sullivan, director of Microsoft’s Office for the Homeless.

FWD is the first nonprofit to launch an app for mobile devices.

The app, which is based on FWD’s Web site, is available for Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone 8.1.

The nonprofit works with businesses to assist them in transitioning to mobile devices and helping them better serve their customers.

The apps, which have a free trial, can also be used to track financial aid and find job opportunities, Sullivan said.

Fwd-App can be downloaded for free on Windows 10 for phones and tablets, and for Windows 8.3 on phones and computers.

FWS is working with Microsoft on FWS Mobile, Sullivan added.

Fws mobile app is currently available for the Windows Phone, and Windows 10 mobile platforms, he said.

“The FWS mobile app will enable more than 1,000 organizations across the U.S. and Canada to become mobile-first organizations by leveraging the FWS platform and bringing mobile solutions to their communities,” FWS said in a statement.

“It will enable FWS to provide the tools and resources needed to provide mobile-friendly support to homeless and vulnerable people in our communities.

Feds Mobile, which focuses on helping agencies and individuals transition to the new mobile workforce, is one of the most widely used apps in the Feds.

The FWD app was created by the nonprofit organization, which was founded in 2012, and uses Microsoft’s Bing technology, according to FWD Director of Communications, Katie Schofield. “

This partnership between FWS and Microsoft is an important step toward providing a platform that allows all organizations to reach their most vulnerable communities,” Sullivan said in the statement.

The FWD app was created by the nonprofit organization, which was founded in 2012, and uses Microsoft’s Bing technology, according to FWD Director of Communications, Katie Schofield.

The group currently has about 25,000 members, she said.

Microsoft has been using Bing to help connect businesses and individuals with its mobile solutions for some time.

Microsoft launched Bing for Business in 2016, and has been expanding the service to other mobile platforms and platforms that are based on Google’s Android and iOS.