7 Google Tools for your Not-for-Profit

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Your Not-for-Profit can benefit with tools designed by Google. Enhancing your website’s visibility to reach a satisfying end for your campaigns can become less complicated. Google tools can be game-changers for your organization’s online awareness and fundraising campaigns. Listed below are few of these tools.

Google Earth Outreach:

Licenses to qualifying organizations who demonstrate a need for the advanced features of Google Earth Pro.
– Create a custom map of your project sites in 10 minutes.
– Create a narrative Google Earth movie and make it available on YouTube.
– Collect data in the field with Android devices and Open Data Kit and map your data.
View online tutorials to help you get the most out of the available mapping tools.


The mission is to alleviate worldwide poverty by connecting unemployed people in impoverished countries to digital work.

Google Analytics for not-for-profits:

Has an ability to track not only what’s going on throughout your site, but also how users are getting there. It helps to increase site engagement.

– Identifies and understands how volunteers, donors, and stakeholders interact with your website.
– Track the effectiveness of social media for your campaign.

Google Ad Grants:

Empowers nonprofit organizations, through $10,000 per month in in-kind AdWords™ advertising, to promote their missions and initiatives on Google search result pages.


Where nonprofits can come to share innovative ways they are using Google products, discuss the intersection of nonprofits and technology and learn from nonprofits all over the world.

Google Not-for-Profit app:

Google for Nonprofits offers organizations like yours free access to Google tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Ad Grants and more. These tools can help you reach new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and tell your nonprofit’s story.

Google One Today:

Lets you easily give $1 each day to causes and nonprofits that inspire you. It’s a community of generous people like you doing one good deed a day.

We hope reading through this blog helps you opt for few of the tools and go a long way ahead with your not-for-profit organization’s cause.