Show your nonprofit's impact with Google Earth and Maps
Develop compelling data visualizations to track and share your organization’s impact. Plus, use Google Maps Platform to help people locate community programs and resources closest to them.
Google for Nonprofits provides Google Maps Platform credits to nonprofits.
How Google Earth and Maps work
Google Earth’s mapping tools offer a wide array of dynamic features, such as the ability to take supporters on location via virtual tour. Plus, create rich visualizations and feature engaging data on a map with premium access to Google Maps Platform.
Discover how Google Earth and Maps give nonprofits the tools to track and share their impact with compelling data visualizations.
Girl Scouts of Japan
Girl Scouts of Japan use Google tools to support programs, secure their data, and empower girls and young women around the country.
Jane Goodall Institute
JGI uses Google Earth tools to capture, visualize, and share information about forest loss with the world.
Chief Almir and the Surui tribe of the Amazon
The Surui tribe has used Google Earth and Open Data Kit to record instances of illegal logging in their tribal lands.
Other tools to help you show your impact
Along with Google Earth and Google Maps Platform, other products offered through Google for Nonprofits can also help you share visualizations of your work.
Request a Google for Nonprofits account
Once we’ve verified your organization’s eligibility, you’ll be able to activate the Google products that best meet your needs.
Have questions or want to learn how to use Google Earth and Maps?
Once your nonprofit is verified and you're approved for Google Maps Platform credits, see our resources and FAQs, so you can get the most out of the tools.