At Spotting Cancer, we are grateful for the support that organizations like Google and Microsoft have given us. Their contributions have helped us to continue our mission of educating the public about the signs and symptoms of cancer, and to raise awareness about the importance of early detection. And, just as important, are individuals like you who have continued to support us every day. Through individual donations, we have been able to recently launch a Survivor and Memorial Wall recognizing those that have been diagnosed with Cancer. In addition, videos have been added to our YouTube channel and printable books in order to help educate individuals on the importance of spotting cancer early. If you would like to contribute to Spotting Cancer and our mission of helping others spot signs and symptoms of cancer early, please visit our website.
Early detection of cancer can be the difference between life and death. By educating the public on the signs and symptoms of cancer, we are empowering them to take control of their own health and to seek medical attention if they notice something unusual. This can lead to earlier diagnoses and better outcomes for those affected by cancer.
Google Ad Grants
One of the ways that organizations like Google have supported us is through Google Ad Grants. This program connects people with causes they care about by providing up to $10,000 USD per month of in-kind search advertising for qualifying nonprofits. This has been a valuable resource for us as it has allowed us to increase our visibility and reach more people with our message. Continued support hinges on engagement and we are very proud to have maintained a high-level of views and downloads that have kept us in this amazing program.
Google Ad Grants has been an invaluable tool for us to reach a wider audience and to get our message in front of people who are actively searching for information on cancer. We have been able to create targeted campaigns that focus on specific signs and symptoms of cancer, which has helped us to increase awareness and to educate more people about the importance of early detection.
Through Nonprofit Megaphone, the Google Ads Grant was started in 2019. This grant has enabled us to:
- We have received 399,365clicks on ads, with an average of 10,240 clicks per month. In 2022 specifically, we received 91,463 clicks on ads, for an average of 7,621 per month.
- There have been 37,023 total conversions, with an average of 949 per month. In 2022 specifically, we received 23,921 conversions, for an average of 1,993 per month.
- Videos have been played 16,665 times, and in 2022 we had people watching an average of 979 videos each month.
- 13,255people have spent over 5 minutes on the site, and in 2022 the average was 800 per month.
Google Ad Grants is a great program for nonprofits who are looking to expand their reach and to make a bigger impact. The program is easy to apply for and the application process is straightforward. If you are interested in learning more about Google Ad Grants and how it can benefit your organization, we encourage you to visit their grant program page.
We also appreciate the support we have received from Microsoft. This is a new grant that we are looking forward to reporting our findings on. Microsoft is known for its commitment to social causes and their contributions have been vital to our mission.
Microsoft’s support will allow us to continue our work and to expand our reach. Their contributions will help us to continue to educate the public on the signs and symptoms of cancer and to raise awareness about the importance of early detection.
In conclusion, we want to once again express our gratitude to organizations like Microsoft and Google Ad Grants for their support. Their contributions have been vital to our mission and we could not do what we do without them. We encourage our readers to learn more about the ways in which they can support the causes they care about, and to make a difference in their communities. We would also like to encourage readers to visit our website for more information on the signs and symptoms of cancer, and to be informed about ways to protect themselves and their loved ones. Thank you for your support.