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Google Ad Grants and Google for Nonprofits

SJPC has been approved for Google Grant ads and Google for Nonprofits!

Overall this will allow SJPC to reach more donors and volunteers on Google Search with free ads for our nonprofit regarding upcoming events, programs, volunteer opportunities, and important updates we’d like to share.

Specifically, through Google Ad Grants, we have the capability of launching a successful ad grants campaign and boosting ad performance with the capability of receiving funds monthly through this platform.

Specifically, through their Youtube Nonprofit Program, we can receive tips, training and tools to help our videos stand out and drive viewers back to our website.

Through this platform, we also have Google Analytics available to us, where we can understand how visitors interact through our non-profit’s website and Google Key Search terms. Additionally, we have latest updates available to us as well, including new discounts for advanced Google workspace editions, bi-weekly “Live with Google for Non-profits” Meetings (where we can tune in on YouTube to hear from Google for Nonprofits Team, get tips from product experts, and get questions answered live), and have digital tools available to us (which includes a list of resources to help us raise awareness, work efficiently, and use programs online).

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