Please click on Get Started below to instantly learn if your church is eligible for a Google Grant.

If your church is not eligible, the results will explain why. If your church is eligible, but there are further steps you must take before applying for the grant, the results will outline these steps.
Is it true that your church is not a school, academic institution, university, hospital, or healthcare organization?

Is it true that your church is not a governmental entity or organization?

Is your church located in the United States?

Is your church organization formed for charitable, educational, religious, literary, scientific, or other tax-exempt purposes, and thus automatically meets the requirements for 501(c)(3) tax-exemption as per the IRS?

Please note that churches that are automatically considered tax-exempt under group exemption must still obtain recognition of 501(c)(3) tax exemption from the IRS to qualify for the Google for Nonprofits program. Has your church done this?

Has your church obtained an EIN Number from the IRS, and do you have access to it?

Is your church currently registered with TechSoup? serves nonprofits by providing technology donations from its partners, as well as free training. Techsoup helps connect nonprofits to corporate donors such as Microsoft, Google, Adobe and many others.
Is your church willing to affirm a statement in Google Grant's application that says: "Your organization does not discriminate against any person or group of people in either hiring/employment practices or in the administration of programs and services, including on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity"?

Does your church website operate securely over SSL (HTTPS://)?

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