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WHAT IS THE GOOGLE AD GRANT?
Google Ad Grants for Nonprofits is a grant program initiated by Google that aims to grow philanthropic endeavors by giving qualifying NPOs $10,000 every month in free Google Ads publicizing credit. Through this program, Nonprofits can significantly increase campaign exposure and promote their initiatives on Google search result pages.
$10,000 of Advertising Money
Targeted Campaigns Increase Site Visitors
Create immediate exposure to spread the word out, collect donations and recruit volunteers
Google Grant Management Services
We provide a variety services that are bound to produce results for your non-profit digital marketing campaign.
Free Ad Grant Assistance
We manage the grant approval process from start to finish and get your Google Grant approved for free. So far, our clients have had a 100% approval rate.
No Lock-In Month-Month Contract
No hidden fees and you can cancel at any time.
FREE 14-DAY FREE TRIAL
Once you receive the $10,000 Google Ad Grant, we manage your campaign for free for 14-days!
UNLIMITED AD SETS AND CAMPAIGNS
We offer an unlimited number of ad sets and campaigns.
24/7 Support and Contact
You will be assigned your own account manager that you’ll have access to 24/7.
Weekly Campaign Optimization
We constantly optimize and iterate each campaign and ad set to make sure you’re getting the optimal results.
We assist and manage the grant approval process, completely free. So far, our clients have had a 100% approval rate.
2nd - We Manage Your Campaign For 14-Days, For Free
Once your grant has been approved, we then manage your campaign for 14-days for free. This is so you can see that we produce results.
3rd- Review Results
After your initial campaign run, we decide if we should continue based on the results. We are a results based agency, our numbers speak for themselves. If we decide to continue, we offer a month-to-month contract, no lock-in required.