ProjectScotland gets a Google GrantPosted on April 4, 2013
ProjectScotland has been awarded a grant from Google, the world’s biggest internet search company, to help boost its online presence.
The Google Grant provides free advertising on Google to promote ProjectScotland’s objectives of helping young people to get on in life. It will help raise the profile of ProjectScotland amongst potential new volunteers, partners and mentors.
Head of Marketing Kevin Lelland said: “The grant gives a significant boost to our work. It will help raise general awareness about ProjectScotland and in particular allow us to target 18 to 30 year olds that could benefit from becoming a ProjectScotland volunteer.”
Google Grants is the nonprofit edition of AdWords, Google’s online advertising tool. Google Grants helps charities promote their work on Google.co.uk, through grants for in-kind AdWords™ advertising.