We’re making commitments at scale to address some of society’s biggest barriers to belonging.

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“It’s empowering to have that knowledge that nobody can take away from you.”

Danette Matthews (she/her) Applied Digital Skills Student

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“#IamRemarkable validated what I’d always believed: you have to take charge of your own narrative.”

Chris Eugenio (he/him) Empowerment Program Attendee

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“When someone invests in you and trusts in you, it does something transformative inside of you.”

William Goodwin (he/him) UpTogether Community Member

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“The support from the grant has given me the opportunity to provide services to the communities I live and work in.”

Shayai Lucero (she/her) NCAI Grantee

We're investing in underserved communities to expand economic opportunity.

Economic Opportunity

Economic Opportunity

Increasing access to capital and training to help underserved small businesses grow
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Helping underrepresented startup founders succeed with access to capital, training, and mentorship
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Making digital skills training accessible to Americans
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Shanika Hope, PhD (she/her) Director, Tech Education, Google

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We’re working to close the computer science access gap through exposure and education.

We’re working to close the computer science access gap through exposure and education.

We’re working to close the computer science access gap through exposure and education.

$80M+ from Google.org to expand computer science education
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Code Next: A program that meets high school students in their own communities
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CS First: Making coding easy and fun for students from 4th to 8th grade
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Suzanne DePoe (she/her) Test Engineer, Google

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We’re centering underrepresented voices to make media that better reflects the world.

We’re centering underrepresented voices to make media that better reflects the world.

We’re centering underrepresented voices to make media that better reflects the world.

Fighting for equity and representation in journalism through the Google News Initiative
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$100M #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund to amplify Black creators
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Sharing our learnings on inclusive marketing to support industry-wide progress
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Google employee’s quote

A woman stands in front of a room of Googlers, giving a presentation with a baby carrier on her chest

When you see yourself and your community represented authentically in ads and marketing, that means that there’s a place for you in society. Most importantly, it means that there’s people like you out there that exist and you're not alone.

Tara Mckenty (she/her) Creative Head, Brand Studio APAC, Google

We’re accelerating the impact of changemaking nonprofits through Google.org.

We’re accelerating the impact of changemaking nonprofits through Google.org.

We’re accelerating the impact of changemaking nonprofits through Google.org.

Funding for innovative nonprofits and social enterprises around the globe
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Sharing our technology, products, and research with those driving change
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50K+ pro bono hours committed every year through the Google.org Fellowship
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Hector Mujica (he/him) Economic Opportunity Lead, Americas, Google.org

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