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Websites for Nonprofit Organizations - Charities

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Why Us

Dot Org Web Works specializes in website design, as well as web presence upkeep, for charitable nonprofit organizations. Furthering the mission of nonprofits is our passion — you are our community. Like you, we’re tasked in helping to make our world a better place.


Your Website

Yes, building an effective, customized, website can be a daunting task. We know that. But don’t despair; we’ll shepherd you through it with the right questions, a little hand-holding, and more than two decades of working with the nonprofit sector in the social marketing arena.


A Good Fit

Being mobile device-enabled (responsive) is one of the key factors for a successful website. About half of the viewers will visit your website on something other than a desktop or laptop computer. We can make your site look great from big monitors to small smartphones.

… I also wanted to let you know that some of our funders had commented on your handy work for our website. They really like how easy our website is to maneuver and to access the information. So well done and thanks for all your continuous support and input. You Rock!
Tricia Waite, Sr. Development Assistant
JWCH Institute, Inc.
10 blog ideas for nonprofits

10 Blog Content Ideas for Nonprofits

Nonprofits are familiar with writing blog posts that provide program updates, tell success stories, comment on breaking news and current affairs, and promote calls to action. This type of blog content is standard in nonprofit communications and should continue to be reported on regularly; however, some of your most shared, retweeted, and +1′d blog posts will be those that are out of the ordinary.

  • Planning

    From branding your new website–to the final creation.

  • Options

    With planning, comes options. And, we’ve got them.

  • Next

    After your new website is completed, call on us when you need help.

An Effective Website Should...

  • Be easy to locate, starting with a logical web address and ending with the site being SEO friendly
  • Be neat and intuitive: get to the core of the message and avoid visual distractions
  • Have logical and consistent navigation
  • Be mindful to the sensibilities of the viewer: marketing for nonprofits is different, just as providing HIV services or advocating the needs of the under-served is unlike that of selling widgets on-line
  • Be more than just useful, but enjoyable—so they will return.
  • Be mobile device-friendly

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