Nonprofit Website Design

Nonprofit Websites: The Ultimate Guide to Building Your Dream Site

From a Nonprofit Partner

You made the process as painless as possible. You spoke at our level, you didn't make us feel ignorant when we asked what had to be incredibly dumb questions. But most impressive and important to us was your personal attention and how important you made our cause feel. We truly felt your commitment to our mission and to helping us communicate that mission in an easy-to-follow way to our donors. See more testimonials

Save 60% on Your Nonprofit Website

Wired Impact Nonprofit Web Design Discount

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Build a new website for just $99/month when your organization signs up by December 14th. No contracts or extra fees — plus you’ll lock in this special rate forever.

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Make a website that works as hard as you do.

Nonprofit website design should mean more than building a slick online brochure. Our team works with each client to make sure you see tangible outcomes from your website:

Boosting Fundraising
Increasing Volunteerism
Driving Membership
Serving Your Community

From a Nonprofit Partner

From the very first contact with Wired Impact through the completion of the process, we experienced your commitment to helping non-profits thrive... Thank you for having built a company that offers expertise, creativity, and great service! See more testimonials

Nonprofit Website Expertise

Our focus on nonprofit web design has shifted from highly customized projects to a powerful website platform. The custom designs you see in our portfolio set the groundwork for a new approach that’s approachable and affordable for more organizations.

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How Nonprofit Marketers Deal with Last-Minute Panic

It’s the end of the week and you’re packing up to head home when the email arrives: a request to make a new brochure for an upcoming event. Oh, and it’s next week. Can you help? Nonprofit marketers know this scenario a little too well.

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