Getting the most from google grants
Every month Google give away $10,000 (which is equivalent to over 8,500 euros) worth of advertising to charities via its Google Grants program. We want to help you to make the most of this free advertising which can be used to help with your fundraising, campaigning, recruiting volunteers and overall awareness.
We know most organisations are already over stretched and although the Google offer is attractive, fulfilling the ongoing requirements can be quite demanding for large and small organisations.
We’re here to help you set up your Google Grants account AND with ongoing management AND online fundraising strategy, as in the Google world, if you don’t use it you lose it!
Below are the different options we have in order help you make the most of Google Grants.
What is the process?
1 – As part of the service, we will work with you on your Google Grant application until you are successful. This is included as part of the service. It’s FREE!
2 – Once your Google Grant is successful, we will discuss fully with you your needs for the grant be it; awareness for an event, promoting a campaign, recruitment for volunteers or ongoing fundraising. It’s your grant, you decide the ideal outcome. Our job is to facilitate and make the most of the grant. After all, if you don’t use it, you lose it!
3 – Once we have your full brief, we set to work placing ads in strategic and prominent places throughout the internet so you get maximum exposure and reach your goals.
The first month’s support is free, but we will ask for your commitment for a further 6 months. This ongoing support is so that we can continue to monitor the success of the ads as it is only after this length of time we will start to see some results.
What are the benefits of working with us?
10 ways we help you:
1 – With your online fundraising.
2 – To find new donors
3 – Recruit volunteers
4- Engage with your donors
5- Increase awareness
6 – Measure your website’s effectiveness
7 – Expand your reach
8 – Drive traffic to your website
9 – Improve Social Media awareness
10 – Concentrate on other Fundraising duties and not on Google’s changing rules.