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Why Your NFP Needs A Well Designed Website

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We’re proud to work with purpose driven Charities, Small Businesses, Social Enterprises, NFP’s, Individuals and Startups. That means working with companies and people that are doing good things for the community and planet.


Here are some key benefits of having a well-designed website for your nonprofit:

  1. Online Presence and Credibility: In today’s digital age, people often turn to the internet to learn about and engage with organizations. Having a professional website helps establish your nonprofit’s online presence and enhances your credibility. It shows that you are a legitimate and trustworthy organization, which is essential for attracting donors, volunteers, and supporters.
  2. Information and Transparency: A website serves as a central hub for providing comprehensive information about your nonprofit’s mission, programs, impact, and financial transparency. It allows you to share your organization’s story, goals, and accomplishments with a wide audience. Transparency is vital for gaining the trust of potential donors and supporters, and a website enables you to present information in a clear and easily accessible manner.
  3. Fundraising and Donor Engagement: An effective website can significantly boost your fundraising efforts. You can provide online donation options, showcase ongoing campaigns or projects, and highlight the impact of donations. A well-designed website can also facilitate donor engagement by offering features such as newsletters, blog posts, and social media integration, allowing you to communicate with your supporters regularly and keep them informed about your work.
  4. Volunteer Recruitment: Nonprofits heavily rely on volunteers, and a website can be a powerful tool for recruiting and managing volunteers. You can create dedicated pages to showcase volunteer opportunities, provide application forms, and highlight the impact volunteers have on your organization’s mission. A website can also be used to communicate with volunteers, schedule events or shifts, and provide training resources.
  5. Community Building and Advocacy: A website provides a platform for building an online community around your nonprofit. You can create forums, discussion boards, or comment sections where supporters can interact and share their experiences. Additionally, your website can feature blog articles, news updates, and success stories that highlight the impact of your organization’s work, helping to inspire and engage your audience. This can lead to increased advocacy and support for your cause.
  6. Reach and Accessibility: A well-designed website extends the reach of your nonprofit beyond your local community. It allows people from anywhere in the world to learn about your organization, support your cause, or get involved. Moreover, a website ensures accessibility for individuals with disabilities, conforming to web accessibility standards and providing equal access to information and services.


Is your NFP or Charity in need of a new website?

We dedicate a portion of our time each week to working with charities, not for profits, social enterprises and people actively working to better the planet.

If you fit into one of those boxes, we offer discounts, volunteering and free consulting. Get in touch, we’d love to meet you!


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