Why We Do This

Guided by our values, Wired Impact seeks to empower nonprofits with powerful websites. Our team has a wide range of experience working in and with the nonprofit community, and we’re exceptionally proud of the results they see with our support—and also without it!

Positive Impacts

We’re always looking for ways to demonstrate the impact of our services and how a great website and marketing program can move the needle for any mission. But beyond the numbers, we care about how our clients feel about working with us.

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.” —Patti Gustafson, Swifty Foundation

It was very helpful to have a team who had experience working with nonprofits of all sizes, as we knew that feedback and suggestions were grounded in what has and hasn’t worked for others.” —JR Russ, DC Alliance of Youth Advocates

One of Wired Impact’s strengths is that they only work for nonprofits. They understood our challenges and created solutions to help us achieve our goals.” —Jodi Edgar Reinhardt, National Foundation for Ectodermal Dysplasias

Our Mission in Action

We believe that there’s a better way for us to make a difference for the nonprofit sector, which is why Wired Impact changed our focus from highly custom websites to building a website platform. Our approach is purposefully different from what you’ll find with other website companies—from the initial conversation about whether we’re a fit to how we support people along the way to monthly pricing with no surprises.

You can also get a sense of our passion for this work through the helpful resources we offer. To see how much we geek out over nonprofit websites and marketing, be sure to check out our nonprofit marketing blog, sign up for weekly tips and get our free guides.

 

Get In Touch

If you’re wondering if we’re a good fit, let’s set up a time to talk. We’d like to hear more about your organization and your goals.

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