G-suite is a bundle of Google services that can help get your organization working together efficiently and seamlessly.
The service has everything your organization will need for communication and collaboration from custom email addresses, cloud storage to survey creation and spreadsheets.
What you get with G-Suite for Non-Profits?
Gmail is an email service which lies at the heart of G-Suite, meaning you will require your company email id to log in to all other apps and services provided in G-Suite. One of the best features of Gmail for non-profits is that you can create custom email addresses that end in your domain name instead of the regular @gmail.com. You can create unlimited email addresses so that each of your employees has a business email account.
Google Calendar is an event scheduling and calendar service. On this, you can keep track of all your appointments, deadlines, meetings, etc. to help manage and keep track of your time more efficiently. You can invite your colleagues for a meeting on Calendar and have it show up on their Calendar as well.
Drive is a cloud file storage facility that synchronizes across all your devices. With G-Suite, you get 30GB of free cloud storage for every company account you create. You can store documents, images, videos, PDFs, etc. Files stored on Drive can be shared with colleagues making collaboration easier.
Google Docs is similar to Microsoft Word but in Google's world. Here you can write and edit documents with different fonts, colors, images, etc. Documents can be shared with colleagues and all collaborators can work on the same file simultaneously and have changes show up in real time.
Google Sheets is similar like Microsoft Excel but in Google's world. Here you can create and update spreadsheets as well as view your data in charts or graphs. Sheets created can be shared with colleagues and all collaborators can work on the same file simultaneously and have changes show up in real time.
Slides is Microsoft PowerPoint in G-Suite. Create and edit media rich presentations. Slides created can be shared with colleagues and all collaborators can work on the same file simultaneously and have changes show up in real time.
With Google Forms, you can easily build online forms to conduct surveys, gather feedback, have customers sign up for an event you're hosting, etc. All data collected through your forms is consolidated and organized into charts or can be exported to Sheets.
All the services mentioned above can be accessed on your desktop browser or on free apps you can download on your phone. This makes accessing and working on your projects on the go very simple.
How to apply:
For you organization to be eligible for Google for Non-profits membership, your organization must first be verified by TechSoup. To get validated, click HERE.. Once you are done with that, you can go ahead and fill in the membership form for Google for Non-profits HERE.
Need more help?
Please write to us at email@example.com if you need any further help, advice or support in setting up G-Suite for your Non Profit.