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Google Launches New Awesome Service For Non-Profits

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Are you a non-profit struggling to reach donors? Is your budget lacking when it comes to online advertising? Google is here to help.

The search giant, which counts giving back as a cornerstone of its business strategy, recently announced a program for non-profits that helps organizations leverage tools and advertising to increase awareness and income.

According to Fast Company, this new service includes discounted or pro-bono online apps and tools, monthly grants of up to $10K for Adsense advertising, premium features for Youtube, and much more.

“One of our most successful AdWords campaigns resulted in an infusion of about 9000 donations and generated nearly $1 million in online contributions — which for us was huge,” said Thomas Tighe, President and Chief Executive Officer, Direct Relief International.

You can find out more information at Google.com/nonprofits. Check out a promo video of the service after the jump below.

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