YouTube’s global community has allowed Anaheim Ballet to reach millions of viewers without leaving the stage.
Social, analytic, and optimization tools from Google are helping charity:water educate supporters and share its message.
The Surui tribe has used Google Earth and Open Data Kit to record instances of illegal logging in their tribal lands.
With Google for Nonprofits, the CVTC keeps sensitive information safe and organized, while simplifying operations.
Direct Relief is using Google tools to reach more supporters, remove barriers to giving, and visualize its impact.
JGI uses Google Earth tools to capture, visualize, and share information about forest loss with the world.
Kiva uses YouTube to activate their community by encouraging fellows, volunteers, and users to share their stories.
KMVT uses Google Hangouts and YouTube to elevate community programs from local to global, engaging a larger audience.
The NRDC uses Google tools to communicate effectively, understand their data, and drive more traffic to their website.
With G Suite, Navigators can coordinate with a large network of volunteers and parents around the country.
G Suite helps Nuru be more effective and efficient in their day-to-day operations across 11 different time zones.
RNLI is using Google tools to create awareness, recruit new supporters, and better understand their website visitors.
Samasource uses Google tools to quickly communicate and collaborate across offices in five different countries.
Special Olympics used G Suite to coordinate volunteers and AdGrants to engage viewers during the 2015 World Games.
With Google Hangouts, UNICEF empowered the organization’s far-flung community to participate in a global dialogue.
WaterAid uses Google tools to create more engaging and interactive content, resulting in deeper connections with donors.
To distribute compelling content and streamline day-to-day operations, WITNESS relies on no-charge tools from Google.