25 Exemplary Websites of Non-Profit Organizations

For non-profit organizations having an effective web presence is important for a number of different reasons, including communicating with donors and volunteers, encouraging gifts and donations, explaining the mission and services of the organization, promoting events, and simply for providing basic information about the organization and reaching new people.

Like any other business or organization, the content is ultimately more critical than the design of the website, but having a great-looking website can help the organization to portray a professional and established image. And a well-designed site can also help to improve usability and make it easier for visitors to find that important content.

Here we’ll showcase 25 different websites that prove that even non-profit organizations can have a strong web presence that makes an impact.

Museum of Art – Fort Lauderdale

Museum of Art - Fort Lauderdale

New Music USA

New Music USA

Dadaab Stories

Dadaab Stories

History Miami

History Miami

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo

Community Food Bank of New Jersey

Community Food Bank of New Jersey

Walker Art Center

Walker Art Center

Saturday Place

Saturday Place

Coastal Conservation League

Coastal Conservation League

National Academy Museum

National Academy Museum

Coordinate

Coordinate

Designed to Move

Designed to Move

Institute for Emerging Issues

Institute for Emerging Issues

Into the Arctic

Into the Arctic

Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

Maryland National Road Association

Maryland National Road Association

Big Life Foundation

Big Life Foundation

Too Young to Wed

Too Young to Wed

Ace in the City

Ace in the City

Hope for North Texas

Hope for North Texas

Roever Foundation

Roever Foundation

Family Matters

Family Matters

Rockaway Relief

Rockaway Relief

Urban Light

Urban Light

RISD Museum

RISD Museum

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