Non-Profit Organizations (NPO) Web Design
If you need a web design or web re-design for a non-profit business, please inquire, as we have reduced pricing packages for you!
Did you know we donate a full website (new or make-over) to NFP Organizations once a year? The draw happens in August of each year, and we like to hear from you. For more information and to file your application (by June 1st, 2013) and submit it to: email@example.com. Look forward to hearing from you.
FAQ: Why should our non-profit Organization have a professional website?
- Make it easy for people to pay membership dues through PayPal with any major credit card or money transfer
- Add an Events Calendar; members know what is happening, from board meetings to fund-raising dates
- It's the new cost-effective, flexible, full colour brochure ~ low cost for changes
- It's proven that 80% of the people near a computer will look up contact information online, instead of searching for a hard-copy phone book
- Potential clients can research your company within the convenience of their home or office
- You can display your work and make a good "First Impression"; reflect your professionalism
- It's convenient for people to find your "Contact Information" quick and easy
- Show customer testimonials; approximately 70% of web visitors trust reviews on the internet
- About 55% of internet users, discover new local businesses online, including non-profit organizations
- Your non-profit company web site will give a potential investors detailed information
Defenition from Wikipedia: "NPO's have controlling members or boards, but these people cannot sell their shares to others or personally benefit in any taxable way. While they are able to earn a profit, more accurately called a surplus, such earnings must be retained by the organization for its self-preservation, expansion, and future plans. Earnings may not benefit individuals or stake-holders. While some nonprofit organizations put substantial funds into hiring and rewarding their internal corporate leadership, middle-management personnel, and workers, others employ unpaid volunteers and even executives may work for no compensation."