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Did you know that Google gives away grants up to $10,000 per month ($329 per day) for Non-Profit 501(c)(3) marketing on Google 100% Free?
We can help you apply and secure the grant money you need.
1) Increase your visibility
2) Create bigger impact
3) Grow your email list
Five steps is all it takes to submit your Google Ad Grants application.
Step 1: See if you’re eligible
Before you apply, make sure your nonprofit is based in a country where Google Ad Grants is available, and that you comply with our other eligibility requirements.
Step 2: Apply for Google For Nonprofits
Assuming you’re eligible, you’ll need to apply for a Google for Nonprofits account.
Step 3: Submit the Ad Grants pre-qualification form
Once your Google for Nonprofits account is approved, submit the pre-qualification form found in the Ad Grants enrolment guide.
Step 4: Create your account
Once you’ve received Ad Grants pre-qualification approval, complete the steps found in the Ad Grants enrollment guide to properly set up your account.
Step 5: Submit your account for review
Once you’ve created your account and set up your campaign, submit your account for review.
Here’s how to qualify for Google Ad Grants.
To qualify for Google Ad Grants, your organization must:
- Begin by applying to Google for Nonprofits. Your organization must hold valid charity status. Please see the Google for Nonprofits site for definitions of charity status in your country. Governmental entities and organizations, hospitals and medical groups, schools, academic institutions and universities are not eligible for Google for Nonprofits, but philanthropic arms of educational institutions are eligible.
- Acknowledge and agree to Google’s required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt and use.
- Have a high-quality website that meets the Ad Grants website policy.
- Get approved through the Ad Grants pre-qualification process after your organization is enrolled in Google for Nonprofits.
Here’s how to stay qualified.
To maintain your eligibility for Google Ad Grants, your organization must abide by program policies.