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Google: We’ll be donating $100M to charity after 2016 merger

Google has announced a $100 million donation to the Giving Pledge, a global campaign to help charities raise more money in 2016 and beyond.

The company announced the announcement in an email to employees and users on Wednesday.

The donation is part of a commitment made by Google to donate $1 billion to charity in 2016, and the company expects to exceed that by about $200 million.

Google said the gift is part and parcel of its pledge to give back to the people of the world, which includes donating 100 percent of the proceeds from Google Search ads, Google+ ads, and Google search revenue to organizations and charities.

It also announced plans to continue giving back to charities that are in need.

The company said it will also continue to offer its search services to nonprofits.

“We have already spent billions of dollars on search and advertising for the past decade, and we are committed to continue doing that.

This year, we’ll be investing even more, and our commitment is to give more of our resources to charitable causes,” Google spokesperson Ryan Keesing said in the email.

Google will be donating 10 percent of Google Search revenues from 2017 to 2018 to the Global Giving Pledge.

Google’s Giving Pledge includes a promise to donate at least 10 percent (10%) of Google’s annual revenue to charities in 2016.

Google has been working with charities since at least 2007.

Google’s first donation to a charity was to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

In 2015, Google donated $500 million to the United Way.

In 2016, Google will donate $100 Million to the Charitable Giving Program, which will be used to support organizations that are focused on improving the lives of people around the world.

The announcement follows Google’s announcement in September that it would spend $300 million to build a global network of more than 2,500 charity partners that will allow it to reach people in more than 120 countries.

Google said it also would launch a new charity partner program in 2018 that will enable the company to target and build partnerships with a wide range of charities.

Google+ and Google Search will also be participating in the Giving and Giving Pledge initiative, which Google announced in December and which will allow people to share and comment on Google+ content and events on a monthly basis.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post on Monday that the company’s new Giving Pledge is “a big step in bringing people together around a common cause and helping to make the world a better place.”

“We know how important it is to make a difference,” he said.

“But that’s not always easy.

And that’s why we’ve built a powerful program that helps companies build an incredible network of friends, colleagues, and partners.”

Google said it hopes to increase its Giving Pledge contributions by 50 percent to $1 million per year for the next five years.