- Sounds too good to be true? In fact, the grants are real – just not widely publicised – allowing charities and other non-profits to advertise on Google’s search pages for FREE.
Receptional have worked with over 25 not-for-profit organisations in the past five years, making this a core area of expertise. This work includes both Ad Grants (standard and Grantspro) and Paid Advertising activity on Search, Display, Social and Video.
Used to promote their mission, gain greater visibility or recruit more volunteers, the results have received award recognition.
UK Search Awards 2017 – Best Use of Search – Third Sector – MQ Transforming Mental Health
Drum Search Awards 2018 – PPC – Best Charity / Not-For-Profit Campaign – Arthritis Action
UK Search Awards 2017 – Best Use of Search – Third Sector – Concern Worldwide
Drum Search Awards 2018 – PPC – Best Charity / Not-For-Profit Campaign – Concern Worldwide
Get in touch to see how Receptional can you help you to get more from your Google Ad Grant.
Some of the nonprofits we have helped are:
• MQ: Transforming Mental Health
• Raleigh International
• The British Horse Society
• Concern Worldwide
• Arthritis Action
• The Ramblers
• SSAFA – The Armed Forces Charity
• Make-A-Wish Foundation
• Pancreatic Cancer UK
• Sign Health
• Keech Hospice
• Bright Star
• IGD – The Institute of Grocery Distribution
Receptional have also directly helped three charities to achieve Grantspro status, including:
• Asthma UK
• Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
Our clients have used the grant for a variety of good causes – generating income from subscriptions and legacies; educating and sharing their story and recruiting volunteers.
Sometimes the work involved in this kind of project can seem daunting particularly if you don’t have the relevant experience within your organisation. Our experts can help – from initial application to identifying your goals and building relevant ads.