Website Builders for Nonprofits


Is your nonprofit looking for cheap and easy ways of creating a professional website? Here are some of the best website builders that offer your nonprofit the possibility of creating a presentation website from scratch. To learn more Tech Impact is hosting a Twitter Chat on best practices around nonprofit web design today Sept. 13 from 11am to 12pm PST.Twitter Chat: How to Tackle Your Nonprofit’s Website Design (or Redesign)

To join, simply follow the hashtag #npweb


Website builders offer a fully functional and feature-rich interface which you can use to construct your website design. The intuitive step-by-step process allows you to pick a template, adjust the layout, add your own texts and photos and customize its appearance to fit your branding, and you’re done! It’s that simple!


Browse through this list, and choose the right website builder for you and your nonprofit!


This is a website builder specifically targeted to fundraising businesses. This is perfect for Medical, Memorial, Marathon, Wedding, Animal Fundraising and more! They offer a quick and easy solutions for creating a fundraising page.

[Read: 5 Things Donors Want to see on your Website Before Donating]


This website builder lets you create a website using ready-made styles and layouts, no design or coding skills required. This is one of the easiest, the simplest and the fastest free website builder out there. There is no need to even drag and drop anything! This is one of the features that makes this service truly unique.


BoldGrid is a website builder that comes with a free domain for your website/business. What’s unique about it is that it is based on WordPress, giving you access to thousands of WordPress based templates and plug-ins. Also, you have 100% ownership of your site independent of any website building software.



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