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Nonprofit Website Inspiration
Whether you have an existing site or are looking to make your first one, finding good examples of nonprofit websites is a great way to see what you like and learn what’s possible. If you’re looking for examples of nonprofit websites that place missions at the forefront and offer some design inspiration, we’ve got you covered! See which websites our team has picked out as being leaders in the field.
Website Best Practices
Just because a website looks nice doesn’t mean that it’s easy for people to use and find what they’re looking for. Beyond design, nonprofits should pay special attention to the goals of target audiences and how easy it is for them to accomplish key actions on your site. Don’t wait too long to think about nonprofit website best practices! Dealing with topics like website navigation, accessibility and streamlining processes is a critical part of your site’s success from the very beginning.
Case Study: Aging Ahead
Our website is everything we hoped for and we couldn’t be more proud of it. Through the platform and the team at Wired Impact, we now have a place where it’s easy for people to find help.Jan Keith
Essential Website Components
Wondering what a nonprofit website should include? From the types of
Making Nonprofit Websites
For some nonprofits, the desire to make a new website isn’t always the highest organizational priority. There are lots of places to spend your time and resources, which is why you might need to start preparing earlier than you think. Having worked with a lot of nonprofits over the years, we know that you might need to convince your boss or the board that a new website is worth the investment. When you’re ready to make the case for your nonprofit’s website, we’ve put together some advice you can use for an effective pitch and initial next steps.
Advice & Tools From Around The Web
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