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One of the hardest parts of maintaining your nonprofit’s blog is thinking of topics to cover. It’s our goal to make that process a whole lot easier.
With years of custom nonprofit website design under our belts, we developed a powerful website platform just for nonprofits, charities, associations and foundations. It’s easy, economical and comes with the strategic advice and support you won’t find with a generic website builder.
Accept donations, grow your email list, and manage volunteers and events. Our sites come with the nonprofit-specific features you need most.
We make it simple by including the cost of setup, hosting, security and more in a monthly rate, eliminating big upfront costs.
The team at Wired Impact satisfied all of our requests on time and on budget, resulting in a site far superior in every way to our previous one. Additionally, they provided helpful information on related issues, and advised on the pros and cons of all of the decisions made along the way. See more testimonials
Looking to make an easy-to-manage website for your nonprofit?
Our team can help you through the process, quickly launching a site without distracting you from your mission.
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:
Pro Bono Partnership found Wired Impact had the deep technical knowledge and expertise to advise us on the right tools, platforms, and options to accomplish our website goals. Thanks in large part to their nonprofit specialization, they were able to help guide us through an ambitious timeline and a complex content and functional process. We're thrilled with our new site and continue to hear positive feedback from our multiple constituencies! See more testimonials
Learn more about our approach to nonprofit website design by digging into our portfolio of recent custom work. We’ve partnered with organizations of all sizes and across diverse missions, collaborating with each group to find solutions that meet their goals and the needs of their visitors.
Coming up with content to satisfy the quick pace and constant posting schedule of social media doesn’t have to be such a struggle. Using old and reusable content as it becomes relevant again or as part of a posting schedule, in addition to content curation, will help you keep up.
Typically found in the “About Us” section of a nonprofit website, a partners page is a way to acknowledge your collaborators, sponsors and important funders. A partners page also presents an opportunity to build the credibility of your organization by featuring third party endorsements and the impact of working together to get to your goals.