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Google for Nonprofits Newsletter | May 2019 - Google for Nonprofits Help [gg-nonprofits-en]

Google for Nonprofits Newsletter | May 2019

What's new this month?

Learn the basics of Google Analytics in our upcoming livestream

In this beginner session, you'll get practical tips and tricks to navigate the most useful Google Analytics reports. At the end, you will understand how users behave on your nonprofit's website, where they came from, if they donated online, and much more. Register here for the livestream on June 19, 2019 at 11:00 AM Pacific.

A new How-To Guide for your nonprofit to be more productive

Your time is important. Every minute spent coordinating your next meeting or searching in your inbox is time away from making a difference for the cause your nonprofit serves. Using Google products and tools like G Suite for Nonprofits, your team can become more productive and collaborative. Learn more in this How-to Guide.

Maximize your conversions on Google Ad Grants

When you promote your nonprofit's website using Ad Grants, we encourage you to track meaningful conversion actions such as donations, volunteer recruitment or newsletter sign-ups. Implement Maximize Conversions to automatically set bids and get the most conversions for your campaign. Read more about automatic bidding on Ad Grants and get started with Maximize Conversions.

Tips & Tricks

Manage your inbox more efficiently

Sometimes we spend more time searching for an email than actually reading it. In Gmail, you can create Multiple Inboxes to have more than one 'inbox' in your default Gmail view, and organize emails based on multiple criteria of your choice.

Organize your Google Drive to access files more quickly

Find items in your Drive by starring your most important docs within the main menu, and then bookmarking your Starred page.

Nonprofit Stories

Founded in 1979, Thrive DC is on a mission is to prevent and end homelessness in Washington, D.C.

With a staff of only 16 people, each year Thrive DC serves more than 2,000 clients, coordinates 2,400 volunteers, provides 160,000 meals and distributes over 140,000 pounds of food through its emergency pantry. Check out this video to learn how they used Google for Nonprofits to get the work done faster and spend more time serving the community. Read more about their story here.

Share the story of how your nonprofit uses Google products by submitting your information via this form.

Your nonprofit could be featured in a future Google for Nonprofits newsletter or video.


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