Google for Nonprofits Newsletter l June 2019

What's new this month?

Did you know that nonprofits can apply for free Google Maps Platform credits?

With Google Earth and Maps, nonprofits can track and share the impact of their projects, create donor maps, help supporters locate community programs, and much more. Register for the livestream training on July 22nd, at 11AM PST to learn more from Google product experts.

An interview with the Global Head Of Ad Grants

Michelle Hurtado, Global Head of Ad Grants, shares more about Google's commitment to the nonprofit sector, recent program changes, and tips to get the most out of Google Ads.

Host a livestream on YouTube to train volunteers

Do your volunteers span many different locations? Or maybe you don’t have the right space to host a training. Hosting a livestream training on YouTube can help train many volunteers, anywhere in the world.  Getting started is free and easy. Learn more in this interactive course.


Tips & Tricks

Connect with your audience using YouTube

Carrie Bloxson, CMO & Head of Impact at DoSomething.org, shares her tips and tricks to create meaningful content on YouTube.

Write now, send later

In Gmail, you can now schedule your emails to be sent at a later date and time.


Nonprofit Stories

HAkA, an Indonesian conservation NGO, is using Google’s mapping tools to protect the Leuser Ecosystem, the last place on earth where orangutans, rhinos, elephants, and tigers all coexist in the wild. Find out the details in their case story.


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