Your nonprofit should be building an audience so people can start getting involved and spreading the word about your business. Building a website is the perfect thing because you can do it on a budget. Things you want to include in your website are your mission statement, contact information, news, bios of people & partners you work with, and a way to accept donations. You'll need a CMS, then purchase a hostname. Next, pick out a theme for your newly created site.
- A mission statement, telling visitors what you’re all about. Plenty of details on what you do and why it matters. A blog or news section, to keep people apprised of the most recent updates and success.
- Building a website is a great way to get the word out about your nonprofit. You can use it to share information and updates, make a persuasive argument, and convince people to get involved.
- Select a platform to build your website with. There are many choices, but they largely fall into three camps. You can develop a website from scratch as well.
“For many nonprofits, success depends largely on their ability to attract attention and build a following online. Your non-profit website will play a key role in that process, serving to both inform your audience and encourage them to take action.“
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