Coleen Cunningham Foundation Awarded Google Ad Grant

Coleen Cunningham Foundation Awarded Google Ad Grant

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Coleen Cunningham Foundation Awarded Google Ad Grant

Canada – The Coleen Cunningham Foundation (CCF) is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded the prestigious Google Ad Grant, providing us with $10,000 a month in ad spend for our campaigns. This is our largest grant to date and will significantly enhance our ability to raise awareness and provide support for individuals and families affected by Atypical Parkinsonism. This remarkable achievement was secured by our founder, Laura Louizos, whose dedication and hard work made it possible.

The Google Ad Grant will allow CCF to reach a broader audience, share vital information, and promote our programs, including respite and hospice care, support groups, and advocacy initiatives. This milestone is a testament to our commitment to making a meaningful difference in the lives of those impacted by neurological disorders.

“We are incredibly grateful for the opportunity that the Google Ad Grant provides. It will enable us to amplify our message and expand our reach, ultimately helping more people affected by Atypical Parkinsonism,” said Laura Louizos, founder of the Coleen Cunningham Foundation.

Join Us in Launching Our Awareness Campaign

As we prepare to launch a major awareness campaign on Google, we are calling on dedicated individuals and organizations to join us in this critical endeavor. If you have experience in digital marketing, content creation, or social media management, or if you are passionate about supporting those affected by Atypical Parkinsonism, we would love to hear from you.

To express your interest in contributing to our awareness campaign, please contact Laura Louizos at CCF@PSPAWARENESS.COM

About the Coleen Cunningham Foundation

The Coleen Cunningham Foundation is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by Atypical Parkinsonism through respite and hospice care, support groups, advocacy, and awareness initiatives. Inspired by the legacy of Coleen Cunningham, the foundation strives to provide comprehensive care and resources to enhance the quality of life for those impacted by this challenging condition.

For more information about the Coleen Cunningham Foundation and our programs, please visit www.pspawareness.com

Contact:

Laura Louizos
Coleen Cunningham Foundation
Email: CCF@PSPAWARENESS.COM
Website: www.pspawareness.com

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