You – or a Catholic nonprofit/mission you know – have likely been looking for a big break to get your cause moving forward. Well, here it is.
I found your next major donor. (You’re welcome!) And as a bonus, this donor didn’t cost you a dime or any effort to find.
So who is this mystery major donor?
And how much are they ready to give you?
The donor is Google, and the company wants to give you $10,000 a month… for as long as you want. Yes, that’s $10k every month.
That adds up to $120,000 a year.
Over ten years, Google will give you $1.2 million.
That’s a good chunk of change, wouldn’t you agree?
If you think this is too good to be true, keep reading, because it’s an opportunity available to you and every Catholic cause, whether you are a lay apostolate, parish, diocese, religious order, school, or a missionary.
How do you get your $10,000 a month?
Google is offering $10,000 worth of advertising every month to help you spread the word across the internet about your Catholic work. This means that you can reach the eyes of millions of people – especially other donors.
This opportunity is absolutely incredible because not only do you get $10,000 worth of advertising every month, you get to reach millions of people who could become donors. Therefore, not only do you get $10k a month, you also get a steady flow of prospects for your cause… every month.
Imagine how many people you can reach with $10,000 worth of advertisements. What if you could reach 10,000 people? It’s absolutely possible.
And of those people, imagine how many of them could donate. Maybe 100, 500, even 1,000 people could financially support your work. Then consider how much each donor would give. $5? $10? Maybe $50? Some might even give more…
When you add everything up, you are talking about thousands of dollars every month going directly to financially support your Catholic cause. This is the game changer for you, and you must take advantage of it.
Plus, it’s easier to get started than you might think.
When writing his Apostolic Exhortation on the New Evangelization, Pope Paul VI said that social communication must be part of our plan. This grant opportunity will help you carry it out. Catholics live in unprecedented times to spread the faith. Don’t sit and wonder if the internet is good or bad. As Pope Paul VI says, take advantage!!! #Catholic #catholics #catholichurch #vatican #doorway #saint #catholicyouth #pope #popefrancis #catholicmemes #catholicmom #sacredscripture #tridentinemass #holytrinity #lifeofacatholic #Catholicfaith #catholicfamily #jesus #FaithfulRomanCatholic #mothermary #catholicrosary #holyfamily #cathechismofthecatholicchurch #catholicfaith #catholiclife #saint #saints
The 4 (insanely easy) steps to receiving $10,000/month
All you have to do is apply for a grant from Google. Don’t worry – the application process is straightforward. By following these four steps, you can be on your way in no time.
Step 1 – Have a live website with new and relevant content. If you do not have a website, please contact me at brice@catholicfundraiser. I can help you build one quickly, that way you can apply for the grant. I have a team ready to get your website up and running, so you can this step is already as good as checked off.
Step 2 – Hold valid charity status. If you are not yet registered, you can refer to the IRS website on how to apply – click here to jump to the IRS site. I also recommend you consult an accountant to double check that you have followed all the necessary procedures.
If you are based outside the USA, you can still be eligible. Click here for more details.
If you need help with the paperwork, I recommend you seek the guidance of an accountant. To find one, check your parish newsletter and see if anyone is advertising their services. Otherwise, ask your parish priest, when you can make an announcement after Mass requesting the assistance of an accountant. I’m sure one of your parishioners will either be an accountant or direct you to one. So check step two as done.
Step 3 – Apply for the Google grant. Simply follow the instructions, and you will be on your way faster than you think.
Step 4 – Acknowledge and agree to Google’s required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt and use. This is simply to make sure you follow the basic rules: that you will use the funds raised to support your mission.
Making the most of your $10,000 grant
When writing his Apostolic Exhortation on the New Evangelization, Pope Paul VI said that social communication must be part of our plan. This grant opportunity will help you carry it out.
“Our century is characterized by the mass media or means of social communication, and the first proclamation, catechesis or the further deepening of faith cannot do without these means.”
Pope Paul VI, Evangelii Nuntiandi
This is an incredible opportunity for you and any Catholic nonprofit or mission that you know. If you are a missionary, this is especially a game changer for you. If you are far away from donors but still searching for a way to find them, this is your chance.
After receiving your grant, if you need help running Google ads and receiving donations, please contact me.
Every Catholic cause must use this generous opportunity that Google is making available. Even as I write this, I am dumbfounded by how many doors this will open for Catholic causes. You have no more excuses about how you or your favorite charity cannot find donors. This grant completely negates this excuse.
I want you to succeed. I want to see you overcome every hurdle so you can keep doing what you are called to do: save lives and souls.
Note: I have been asked numerous times about Google’s policy on nondiscrimination. Catholic causes have gone around this similar to how Pope John Paul II got around the criticism of not ordaining women. His response was basically, “it’s not that the Catholic Church doesn’t want… it’s that the Catholic Church does not have the power to do so.” You will likely get zero flack for your Catholic stance. And if you do… you have freedom of religion, especially with the most recent court ruling on the bakery in favor of religion. [USA based]