Helping non-profits through the power of digital marketing.
Most 501c3 nonprofit organizations qualify for a monthly $10,000 Google Ads Grant. Imagine the impact this free advertising spend will have on your organization’s ability to share your mission and grow your support.
Learn How to Reach More Donors with Google Grants for Your Nonprofit Organization
Google Ad Grants is the nonprofit edition of AdWords, Google’s online advertising tool. Google Ad Grants empowers nonprofit organizations, through $10,000 per month in in-kind AdWords™ advertising, to promote their missions and initiatives on Google search result pages.
Once you are granted your $10,000 monthly credit, IncrediCause will administer your adwords account at very large discounts, specially designed for nonprofit organizations.
Google Grants is designed to help nonprofits extend their public service messages to a global audience on Google.com in an effort to make a greater impact on the world.
What you get: An in-kind grant for free ads on Google.com.
Amount of the Grant: Nonprofits who qualify receive $10,000 per month in credits with Google Grants.
Basic Eligibility Requirements: US based 501(c)3 organizations as well as with international NGO’s with equivalent status (excluding: political and religious organizations as well as those who sell commercial goods and services or generate revenue through ads on their website)
One major requirement for using Google Grants is that your nonprofit has the expertise to set up and optimize a Google AdWords account. Rest assured, we will be that resource for your organization.
If you have already been approved for a google grant, but need help spending your $10,000/month more effectively we can help you with that.
According to Google, the average grantee only utilizes $300 per month.
There is a lot of room for optimization!
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