Google Ad Grants works exactly like Google AdWords, by displaying your message to people who are searching for nonprofits to get involved with. If you’re a qualifying nonprofit, you’ll receive $10,000 in in-kind AdWords advertising every month from Google. Welcome to Google Grants!
How to qualify for a Google Grant:
To qualify for Google Ad Grants, your organisation must:
- Begin by applying to Google for Non-Profits.
- Organisations must be currently registered with Connecting Up, TechSoup Global’s regional arm.
- Organisations must be a non-government income tax exempt (ITE) non-profit organisation as defined by the Australian Charities and Non-Profits Commission (ACNC) and/or the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
- Acknowledge and agree to Google’s required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt and use.
- Have a live website with substantial content.
- Governmental entities and organizations, hospitals and medical groups, schools, academic institutions and universities are not eligible for Google for Nonprofits.
Where will your ad appear?
Google Grants will display your ad on the first relevant search page, at either the top or bottom of the page. Most Google Grants traffic represents first time visitors to your site, who will usually not donate immediately to a nonprofit they have never heard of before. The first click is just the beginning!
You can advertise locally to globally
Target certain states, cities, countries or even within a radius – perfect for reaching your most important audience
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