Does your not-for-profit need its website refreshed or rebuilt? Maybe its stuck in an old system, hard to edit and the content has become badly outdated?
Getting your organization’s website redesigned is closer than you think. Kyle Loranger Design’s team of web designers can assess the state of your current website, and create a plan for how to move forward – whether that means a few tweaks to get you by, or a total rewrite and rebuild.
At KLD we have designed and built beautiful websites for not for profits that have improved stakeholder engagement, told their story and made the organization’s website useful, helpful and easy to manage and maintain.
Website design for not for profits and associations
Not for Profit Website Objectives
The website is a critical piece of infrastructure for any organization looking to connect to its stakeholders. Most organizations have a combination of the following objectives:
Show How You Spend Wisely
Not For Profits need their website to show how well you steward resources. The site can show how donor dollars are directed to their most useful ends. You can show larger contributors, like governments, how you manage larger one-off grants while making your $20 dollar donor feel like their contribution is making a difference.
Where does the money come from? From both large and small donors – and the ‘ask’ needs to happen. We can design the website to subtly ask for contributions with small ‘donate’ links, or with a large pop-up on the home page that hits every user. Or a combination of the two depending on your fundrainsing season.
Tell Your Story
The non profit website needs to clearly state what the organization does – and even better – tell a compelling story about the needs its seeking to meet. Your website can help tell why your clients need help, and what programs and services you offer to do that.
Guide Your Users to Your Services
People are seeking help – but does your organization have what they need? Have your website direct them to the services and programs they are looking for, whether you offer it or someone else does.