We’ve partnered with nonprofits to build websites for many years, and we know what it takes to make a website that matches the impact of your mission. By building a website platform just for nonprofits, we’re hoping to offer the right kind of support for more organizations — without the big upfront costs or putting all the weight on your shoulders.
We know we aren’t right for every nonprofit out there. But if it seems like we may be a good fit given your mission and what you’re looking to achieve with your site, we’d love to talk to you.
What Sets Us Apart
There are many benefits to building your site on our nonprofit-specific platform, including:
Powerful Functionality Tailored to Nonprofits
Our platform includes the features you need most to raise money, boost awareness and involve your community. You’ll be able to immediately accept donations on your site, offer event and volunteer registrations, and build your email newsletter list.
No Additional Upfront Costs to Get Started
Some services require a large upfront cost to get you set up. That’s not our approach. Regardless of whether you’re launching your site or there’s monthly maintenance to do, we still only charge a flat monthly rate. You’ll always know what to expect without surprises that shock your budget.
Manage Your Site Without Writing Code
You don’t have to wait to talk to a contractor or wade through code to keep your website up-to-date. We’ve made sure it’s easy for you to change text, update photos, add pages and manage the rest of your website’s features. And when you want some help, we’re standing by.
Knowledgeable Support from Nonprofit Experts
We don’t have “support specialists” or interns answering our phones and emails. You’ll get real help from someone on our team with related expertise. Even better, it’s probably someone that initially helped with your site set up, integrations or content strategy and is already familiar with your organization.
We Focus on Simplicity From the Beginning
We view it as our job to make the whole process, not just the website itself, as simple as possible. That includes dealing with the technical stuff before, during and after launch that can distract you from other organizational priorities.
Personalized Training Just for You
When it comes to getting to know your website, we don’t think it’s the best use of your time to wade through generic instruction manuals. That’s why we offer one-on-one training specific to your site. We want you to feel empowered and knowledgeable about all aspects of your website.
Ongoing Updates Promote Website Longevity
No one wants to invest in a tool that has an expiration date. By building your nonprofit’s website on our platform, you can rest easy knowing that it’s using the latest security and we’re making monthly updates. You’ll automatically have access to any new features or functionality without extra costs.
We Only Work With Nonprofits
Our platform is only available for nonprofits, charities, foundations and associations. Thanks to years of working exclusively with nonprofits, this focus also translates into strategic advice, from recommending tools with nonprofit discounts to suggesting content that resonates with donors.
How We Compare
Our website platform is an ideal middle ground between cheap DIY website builders and more expensive and complicated custom designs. If you’re looking for a new nonprofit website, here’s how we compare to other options out there:
What Our Clients Say
What’s it like to work with us? Here’s what former clients say:
In Wired Impact, we found an organization that is compassionate and caring in a sector that is rife with vendors who only care about signing the next project. From the beginning of the project the staff at Wired Impact made us feel like they always had our best interests in mind.
– Wes Hoskins, Catholic Social Services
Wired Impact’s nonprofit niche gives them tailored knowledge of the sector as well as an understanding of how important it is to keep their services cost-effective so we can continue to serve and empower communities.
– Chelsea Liddy, Center for Arab American Philanthropy