Nothing beats trying before you buy, whether it’s a tasty free sample or test driving a new car. Our approach is pretty different, and it’s not a match for every nonprofit. Try it out for 60 days, and see if it’s right for your website. No credit card required.
How Your Free Trial Works
Choose a Design
Select one of our professional, mobile-friendly website themes. We’ll customize the colors based on your logo to give you a headstart.
30 Days to Build
You’ll have 30 days to actively build your new site. Use this time to try out the features—or get a serious head start on your actual site!
30 Days to Showcase
You’ll have another 30 days to show off your work on the trial website. This can be a great way to get buy-in from your executive team or board.
Access All Nonprofit Features
See firsthand how you can build more awareness, raise more money, and grow your nonprofit’s community.
Easy Web Page Editor
Flexible Form Builder
Frequently Asked Questions
Nope! We just need a bit of information like your email address and the name of your nonprofit. We’ll use that to build out your site.
Definitely. In our eyes, testing out our support is just as important as testing out the software. We’re hopefully going to be working together for a long time. We both need to know there’s a good fit here.
After 30 days, you’ll no longer be able to edit the administrative side of the site. But you can still access the site to show it off to others on your team.
Many nonprofit marketers we work with are trying to convince a skeptical executive team or board to support a website redesign. An actual website often makes convincing them a lot easier.
If you sign up for any of our website plans during your 60-day trial window, you won’t lose the time and effort you put in during your trial. It’s possible some features will be turned off depending on the plan you choose, but the majority of your work will be saved.
If we don’t hear from you during your 60-day trial window, we’ll delete your website to free space up for new nonprofits to start trials of their own. Any exceptions to the typical timeline will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Still Have Questions? Feel free to send your questions our way. We’re happy to help out.