Get $10,000 for your Non-Profit with Google Grants!
Google Grants is Google’s nonprofit initiative that allows grantees free AdWords advertising. Search Influence works with nonprofits to claim this grant and actively promote their mission to searchers on Google.com.
- Google will give you a monthly spend of up to $10,000.00 (a maximum daily budget of $330.00)
- Bid up to $2.00 per click on text ads on Google.com
To be eligible for Google Grants in the US, nonprofits must meet the following requirements:
- Hold current 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organizations as determined by the IRS; and
- Acknowledge and agree to required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt/use.
Get the Most out of your Grant!
Let Search Influence’s Google AdWords Experts Manage It
For a setup + monthly management fee, your grant will be managed such that you can benefit the very most from the program.
- Instantly appear on topic search result pages related to your nonprofit
- Improve your reach and promote your message by generating site traffic
- Drive site visitors to support your nonprofit through donations and sales
- Maintain eligibility as Search Influence will ensure your campaign is consistently updated, per the guidelines of the grant
Steps to get Started:
- Search Influence will work with you to review your eligibility requirements;
- Submit an application to Google for Nonprofit Program on your behalf;
- When approved, we set up the AdWords account to meet your mission goals and Google’s best practices, continually manage it by adding new campaigns and targets, and report back to you monthly on your results.
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Note: To be considered for inclusion in the program, your 501(c)(3) status must be publicly updated on the IRS’ online database – copies of IRS letters are not acceptable.
Governmental entities and organizations, hospitals and healthcare organizations, as well as academic institutions and universities do not qualify.
Only one membership per nonprofit organization allowed but umbrella organizations that share EINs with a parent organization are eligible for individual status.
Google reserves the right to grant or deny an application or participation at will.