Nonprofits around the world have told us that they need access to digital tools to continue operations, maintain productivity, and raise awareness. The Google Team has announced that Google for Nonprofits is now available in Ghana, Nigeria, and Tanzania. This brings the total number of countries where Google for Nonprofits is accessible to 67 globally.
With the spread of the coronavirus, nonprofits face unique, unprecedented challenges. It is more important now, more than ever, for them to have access to tools and solutions that will help them work together, work more productively, and share their mission with the online community.
1. G Suite for non-profit organizations is a suite of software that will help your team work more efficiently online. With smart and secure business apps like Gmail, Docs, Calendar, Drive, and Google Meet, you can focus on your mission. Learn more about how to activate G Suite applications.
2. Ad Grants is a program that provides non-cash grants of up to $ 10,000 per month for advertising on Google Search. Thanks to such advertising, non-profit organizations can attract donations, disseminate information about their organization, and look for volunteers until the situation around the distribution of COVID-19 changes. More information about advertising grants from Google.
3. YouTube for Nonprofits offers premium features to nonprofits to help them reach a global audience and increase influence through their YouTube channel. Learn how to sign up for the YouTube Nonprofit Program.
4. Google Earth and Google Maps provide nonprofits with powerful data visualization tools to help them demonstrate their work and impact. Learn more about how to activate Maps tools.
You can watch how to sign up for Google for Nonprofits in this video.
If you have any questions, please visit the Google Help Center for Nonprofits.
This article was first published in the Google Africa Blog