Discover how organizations around the world have expanded their reach and gained more supporters with help from Google for Nonprofits.
Action Against Hunger uses Google tools to easily collaborate across the globe and garner lifesaving donations.
YouTube’s global community has allowed Anaheim Ballet to reach millions of viewers without leaving the stage.
Canada Learning Code moves programs online with help from Google for Nonprofits
Social, analytic, and optimization tools from Google are helping charity:water educate supporters and share its message.
With Google for Nonprofits, the CVTC keeps sensitive information safe and organized, while simplifying operations.
Direct Relief is using Google tools to reach more supporters, remove barriers to giving, and visualize its impact.
With help from Google tools, FoodFinder connects people to food resources around the United States
Fundación Todo Mejora uses Google Ad Grants to intervene during moments of crisis for LGBT youth across Chile.
Girl Scouts of Japan use Google tools to support programs, secure their data, and empower girls and young women around the country.
Google for Nonprofits has helped GoVolunteer to transform the project of a group of friends into a start-up nonprofit.
JGI uses Google Earth tools to capture, visualize, and share information about forest loss with the world.
Kiva uses YouTube to activate their community by encouraging fellows, volunteers, and users to share their stories.
The NRDC uses Google tools to communicate effectively, understand their data, and drive more traffic to their website.
With Google Workspace, Navigators can coordinate with a large network of volunteers and parents around the country.
Google Workspace helps Nuru be more effective and efficient in their day-to-day operations across 11 different time zones.
With the help of Google tools, re:imagine/ATL gives a new chance to opportunity youth in metro Atlanta.
RNLI is using Google tools to create awareness, recruit new supporters, and better understand their website visitors.
Special Olympics used Google Workspace to coordinate volunteers and Ad Grants to engage viewers during the 2015 World Games.
The Surui tribe has used Google Earth and Open Data Kit to record instances of illegal logging in their tribal lands.
Switchboard is a volunteer-led organization using Google tools to offer high-quality, reliable services to the LGBT+ community.
Thrive DC uses Google for Nonprofits to get the work done faster and spend more time serving the community.
The Van Gogh Museum uses YouTube and Ad Grants effectively to reach new museum visitors and raise awareness.
WaterAid uses Google tools to create more engaging and interactive content, resulting in deeper connections with donors.
To distribute compelling content and streamline day-to-day operations, WITNESS relies on no-charge tools from Google.