Organizations like yours are using Google for Nonprofits in exciting, unexpected and effective ways. See how these nonprofits are increasing their reach and impact every day.
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Ladies Learning Code
Ladies Learning Code
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Funding millions of dollars in loans and improving thousands of lives in countries around the world.
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Natural Resources Defense Council
Raising awareness for environmental concerns by visualizing data and driving traffic to their website.
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Giving supporters visual proof of how their contributions make a direct impact.
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Working to stop bullying and empower youth with online tools.
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Getting their message across, analyzing website traffic and working more efficiently.
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Direct Relief International
Driving online donations and communicating with people around the world about their work.
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Connecting impoverished women, youth, and refugees with work over the internet.
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Making ballet accessible to broad audiences and collecting donations.
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Jane Goodall Institute
Using mapping tools to design, implement, measure, and monitor the success of conservation actions.
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Chief Almir and the Surui Tribe
Mapping with Google Earth to save a rainforest and a way of life.
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Hanging out with to raise awareness about the polio epidemic in Africa.
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Recruiting new supporters online for their rescue efforts at sea.
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Eliminating overhead costs and providing video status updates for donors.
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Promoting public awareness of human rights concerns and policy change.
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KMVT 15 Silicon Valley Community Media
KMVT’s mission is to provide media education, hands-on training and civic engagement to the community. The center identifies groups impacted by the digital divide and provides training and technology tools to erase barriers and expand participation.