AdWords works best when an organization’s message is relevant to the user’s search. To help you to get the right audience and to help users find what they're looking for, each ad and keyword in your Ad Grants AdWords account must reflect your organization’s primary mission, be relevant to your nonprofit's programs and services, and be specific enough to provide a good experience for the user seeing your ads.
As such, the following keywords and queries for serving Ad Grants ads are not permitted:
- Branded words that you don’t own like “YouTube” or “Google” or names of newspapers or other organizations
- Single-word keywords (excluding your own branded words, recognized medical conditions, and a small number of exception keywords published here)
- Note terms with dashes, periods, or special characters are not treated as single-word keywords
- Overly generic keywords like “free videos”, “e-books”, “today's news”, “easy yoga”, “download games”, “job alert”, names of places, names of historical events/people
- Keywords with a Quality Score of 2 or less
Alternatively, you may choose to pause your AdWords campaigns and use AdWords Express, which automatically manages your ad's search phrases (instead of keywords) based on your business product or service categories.
If your account is cancelled, you may request it to be reinstated after you’ve adjusted your account to bring it into compliance.
Any account found in violation of program policies is subject to automatic suspension without notification. Accounts that fall out of compliance can adjust the issue and request reinstatement. Google reserves the right to grant or deny an organization's application or participation at any time, for any reason, and to supplement or amend these eligibility guidelines at any time.