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Google Ad Grants

 What is Google Ad Grants?

 $10,000 per month in in-kind AdWords™ advertising

Google Ad Grants is the nonprofit edition of AdWords, Google’s online advertising tool that provides $10,000 a month in free advertising to select charitable organizations to promote their missions and initiatives on Google.com, the World’s most popular search engine.

The Google Ad Grants program is designed to be a “self-service” advertising platform for nonprofit organizations that share in a philosophy of community service and help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, public health, the environment, youth advocacy, the arts and all areas of community service. This unique program is designed to help organizations extend their public service messages to a targeted audience, both local and global, in an effort to make a greater impact on the world.

The Google Ad Grants program solves the #1 problem that most nonprofits have and that is getting the message out. By providing nonprofits a substantial AdWords advertising budget, Google empowers nonprofit organizations to achieve their goals by helping them promote their websites on Google.

What can your organization achieve with a free $120,000 a year advertising budget?

 Introduction To Google Grants Video

Google Ad Grants Eligibility

To be eligible for the Google Ad Grant through the Google for Nonprofits program, US-based organizations must:

How To Apply To Google Ad Grants

If you are a nonprofit organization, and you have questions about applying for the Google Ad Grants program, contact us today and we will be glad to be of assistance.

Full Service Google Ad Grants Management and Consulting

Needing help managing your Google Ad Grant? Then check out our Google Grants Management Services page to get started today. We can help you get the most out of your Google Ad Grant. Get started today.

 

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