has announced a $1 billion, five-year commitment to nonprofits that use technology and innovation to tackle complex global challenges. The funding—which will be coupled with 1 million employee volunteer hours—will be focused in three areas where Google thinks it can make an impact—education, economic opportunity and inclusion. In the education realm, the company will support nonprofits that are building platforms to scale digital learning resources to everyone, everywhere. On the economic opportunity front, it plans to fund organizations that are using technology and innovation to train people with new skills, connect job seekers with high-quality jobs and support workers in low-wage employment. And to promote inclusion, it will support nonprofits that are finding innovative ways to challenge bias and prejudice, and build a more equitable and just society for all.