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Hello everybody

We have a foundation in Malawi which supports children and families due giving them work with Moringa farming. We also support them with selling it there. But we also sell it in Europe
On our web site it is possible to donate direct to the project, without we are earning one cent.
That means, on our site we are having both, a non profit organisation which is for founding money and makeing the project known to the word and we also sell the products on the site which is not a non provit organisation.

Are we allowed to work with Ad gransds if we have a non provit organisation and a provit organisation on the same URL?

Thank you very much for your help

Simeon

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Hi Simeon,

At present Google Ad Grants is available only in the following countries:

https://www.google.com/intl/en/grants/domains.html

I would also suggest you to have two domains so that you can separate the non profit side of the business from the for-profit side.

Cheers,
Vineesh..

Re: Adwords fundraising rules

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Solicitation of funds by "for profit" organizations, is NOT allowed.
https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176037?hl=en

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Re: Adwords fundraising rules

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Hi Simeon,
Just to add to the wonderful answers you have already received, and to answer your last question - NO, you are NOT allowed to work with Ad Grants if you have a nonprofit organisation and a for-profit organisation on the same URL.

Additionally, commercial advertising is not allowed through this program. If you intend to promote products or services, 100% of the sales and/or proceeds must support your nonprofit program.