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Seeking Google Ads Professional to Improve Disaster Relief Globally (volunteer)

DAP - SmartResponse

DAP - SmartResponse

Rockville, MD, USA
Posted on Friday, March 31, 2023

Google Adwords Volunteer to Improve Disaster Relief

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We are seeking a volunteer to assist with our Google Adwords account and other related optimizations.

As a nonprofit, we have $10,000 per month in Google Adwords grants to spend to advance our mission. We are not taking full advantage of this opportunity.

Our SmartResponse.org platform curates localized "how to help" lists to help donors make more informed decisions about where to donate when disasters happen. Over 600 organizations from around the world have registered on SmartResponse and each has its own page. We also have pages for each US State and Country.

We want Adwords campaigns set up for each of the pages so when people search for "how to help" or "where to donate" after a disaster, they are able to find SmartResponse pages with that information.

We use Google Analytics.

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About Disaster Accountability Project


4402 Bestor Dr, Rockville, MD 20853, US

Mission Statement

Disaster Accountability Project saves lives and reduces suffering by maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of disaster preparedness, response, relief, and recovery through oversight, transparency, advocacy, and public education.


DAP is the leading nonprofit organization that provides long-term independent oversight of disaster management systems.

DAP engages a dedicated community to advance policy research and advocacy, promote transparency, and encourage the public to participate in oversight, community-based organizing, and discussions about disaster preparedness and relief.

Dedicated citizen oversight is necessary to ensure resources dedicated to preparedness, relief, and recovery are effectively utilized, communities are sufficiently engaged and more resilient, and best practices and lessons learned are implemented so mistakes are not repeated.

Prior to the creation of the Disaster Accountability Project (DAP), there was no dedicated, independent oversight of the agencies and organizations responsible for these critical life-saving responsibilities.