Social Impact Program

BrightEdge Community ImpactAt BrightEdge, we believe in the immense potential of our technology and employees to drive growth not only for B2B and B2C companies, but also for non-profit organizations working on critical issues such as sex trafficking, poverty alleviation, homelessness, water and sanitation, and maternal health.

Several non-profits currently use BrightEdge to drive traffic and effective online donor and beneficiary engagement while growing their online brand. With the help of BrightEdge, many organizations are creating powerful, search-friendly content that allows them to connect with their local communities, extend necessary services and information to those in need, and grow their programming through targeted online fundraising campaigns.  

Grant program

We are delighted to extend a hand to registered 501(c) 3 organizations (or the equivalent outside of the United States) driving social change in their communities. Every year, we offer a select number of grants to cover an introductory package, full-year subscription to our S3 platform + Client Support. Interested applicants should complete our online application. Approved applicants will be invited to a formal interview where they will receive a live demo of our technology.

Who is eligible?

Organizations all over the world are encouraged to apply. You must have a dedicated team who will participate in the program as organic marketing success is primarily based on your level of engagement.

Application Form

For more information, contact the Social Impact team: socialimpact@brightedge.com.

2018-2019 Grant Recipients:

the new york academy of sciences logovermont food bank logo

ipa logo     march of dimes logo     united states healthful food council logo    

These organizations have been working with the BrightEdge team on a host of web activities: SEO, content performance, site migrations, seasonal fundraising drives, volunteer/job recruitment, PPC/SEO convergence, content writing and research, mobile optimization, and competitive discovery.