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Google Expands Its Non-Profits Program To India And Nine Other Asian Nations

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Google For Non Profits, an initiative by Google to provide enterprise class Google applications like Gmail For Work, YouTube and others to non profits, is now expanding to India, along with nine other Asian nations.

In partnership with TechSoup, Google is expanding its Non-Profits program to India, along with Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. As a a part of this initiative, Google will be providing access to almost all of its Work apps to help nonprofits have a reliable and scalable email and work apps solution.

Nonprofits can now apply to join the program. Once nonprofits register, they will have access to a suite of free Google products and tools, including:

  • Google Ad Grants: Free AdWords advertising to promote their website on Google through keyword targeting.
  • Google Apps for Nonprofit: A free version of the Google Apps business productivity suite, including Gmail, Docs, Calendar, and more.
  • YouTube Nonprofit Program: Build their online presence with YouTube and overlay cards on their videos that link directly to their website.

With Google for Non Profits, philanthropic organisations get free access to a host of Google Work Apps. These include Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Drive, along with 30GB of cloud storage across Gmail and Google Drive. The initiative also lets employees at various non-profit organisations to access data securely, from a multitude of mobile/desktop devices.

Apart from work apps, Google also provides free ad-grants to all its partner non-profits with in-kind AdWords advertising while allowing organisations to track online donations, newsletter sign-ups, volunteer registrations and more.

Nonprofits in India can now apply to join the program by clicking here.


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