Google grants $23 million to nonprofits in new award program

Scott Harrison, CEO of charity: water, onstage today at LeWeb 2012.The funds go to will go to philanthropic organizations tackling big global programs using novel applications of technology. Google today announced a new charitable grant program designed to help solve big problems using technology. Today the company announced its first round of Global Impact Awards, granting $23 million to seven organizations it says are changing the world.

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