Google published a range of programs as well as grants worth $25 million to fund works of nonprofits and social enterprises that are committed to empowering women and girls.
On International Women’s Day, Google published a new “Impact Challenge”. The program points at discussing systemic barriers and inequities so that women have access to economic equality, opportunity to build financial independence and pursue entrepreneurism
According to Google:
“The Google.org Impact Challenge for Women and Girls commits $25 million to fund organizations creating pathways to prosperity for women and girls. This is an open call for applications, and selected charitable initiatives will receive up to $2 million, as well as opportunities for mentorship and additional support from Google.”
Jacqueline Fuller, President of Google.org, further added at the Internet Women’s Day that:
“Whatever these teams need, we are going to be alongside them and help carry out their vision.”
The company said it will accept applications from teams worldwide until April 9.
So, if you are working on an innovative project that supports women and girls, or have a bold idea that will transform economic opportunities for women and girls, then you can get benefit from this program.
To apply for this challenge, Click Here