What Google’s Favorite Bay Area Nonprofits Would Do With A $500K Grant

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Yesterday, Google announced its finalists for the Bay Area Impact Challenge, its latest effort to assist nonprofits in the region through grants and support from Googlers willing to volunteer their time.

The company is letting anyone vote for their favorite nonprofits among the finalists. On June 3, it will announce which four received the most votes, and offer them each a $500,000 grant and access to a co-working space in San Francisco, and will encourage employees to volunteer for their causes.

I’ve spoken to the finalists to find out what the community would get out of Google’s grants and support. If you’re unsure who to vote for, this should help guide you to the nonprofit that will benefit the cause you care about most.

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