Google.org Impact Challenge
Your community. Your ideas to make it better. The Google.org Impact Challenge asks local nonprofit innovators and social entrepreneurs how they would make their community—and beyond—an even better place. The public and a panel of local judges vote for the ideas with the most potential, and Google.org pairs each winner with a strategic package of support including funding and Google volunteers.
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When it comes to keeping people safe, it takes a village. For us, that means doing all we can to make our products safer and giving people the tools—through our products or training—to have great experiences online. It also means thinking beyond just our corner of the internet and supporting the work of others in Europe.
That is why we’ve launched the Google.org Impact Challenge on Safety, a €10m fund to support nonprofits and social enterprises across Europe that are working to counter hate and extremism and are helping young people to thrive online and offline.
Increased access to digital tools and resources can help improve individuals’ lives and improve broader society.
As new ways to use technology are developed, it’s crucial that they are inclusive of marginalized communities.
That’s why we created the Google.org Impact Challenge on Digital Inclusion, a €3M fund to support nonprofits and social enterprises in France that are working to drive digital literacy, the future of work, and innovation for accessibility.
Statewide Google.org Impact Challenges rally communities across the United States behind bold ideas to make our neighborhoods even better. Local nonprofits submit innovative proposals to create economic opportunity and five winners receive $175,000 in grants and training from Google to jumpstart their ideas. The public then has a chance to vote for their favorite idea from the five winners. The winner with the most public votes will receive an additional $125,000.LEARN MORE ABOUT NEVADA LEARN MORE ABOUT COLORADO