You made it! Congrats on getting all the way through our guide on Common Website Structures for Nonprofits. Hopefully you found a structure (or pieces of multiple structures) that seem like a fit for the work you’re doing as an organization.
As we said from the outset, remember to do the following when customizing these structures to work for you:
- Adjust the page names to make sense for your visitors
- Read through all of the sitemaps before picking one
- Mix and match pieces of each structure that work well for your visitors and their goals
- Start with essential pages and add more as necessary over time
Free Sitemap Planning Spreadsheet
Now that you’re ready to get started actually creating your nonprofit’s website structure, be sure to check out our free planning spreadsheet to keep you organized.Download Structure Planning Spreadsheet
More on Structure and Content
Can’t get enough when it comes to website structure? If you’re looking for additional reading, we’ve got you covered:
- The Beginner’s Guide to Nonprofit Website Content
- Essential Web Page Content for Nonprofits
- Target Audience Personas: The Benefits of Persona Development
- How to Structure Your Website for Usability
- 3 Things to Do Before You Build a Sitemap
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