Yes! Project: Website is fiscally sponsored by Hack+, an IRS recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our tax ID is #81-1543325. All donations are thus tax-deductible.
If you’re a highly-skilled designer or developer, we encourage you to volunteer at Project: Website! Not only do you have the opportunity to improve your portfolio, but you also help a nonprofit organization increase their capacity to serve their constituents!
Project: Website is always looking from support from companies! Companies typically donate products or cash to support the advancement of our programs. If your company is interested in supporting Project: Website, please contact us for more details.
Our network of highly-skilled professionals—from career web developers, to UI and UX designers, to fresh grads in the industry—allows Project: Website to provide free websites for nonprofits. By volunteering at Project: Website, designers and developers have the opportunity to hone their skills in a stress-free environment while also making the world a better place. It’s a win-win!
Project: Website was founded in September, 2017. We publicly launched our programs in late-2018. For more details about our story, please visit our about page. For staff bios, visit our press page.
If you are a member of the press who would like to speak with our team, please send your inquiry to [email protected].
Project: Website is run by an internal team of college students, backed by an advisory board of industry leaders, and supported by hundreds of volunteer professionals from around the world. The programs provided by Project: Website are indeed legitimate, and we’ll continue on our mission to provide free websites for nonprofit organizations.
For staff bios, visit our press page. If you would like to request a speaking engagement or need to contact our team, please send your message to [email protected].
Upon acceptance to our program, we will invite both the volunteer(s) and the nonprofit’s representative to our Slack channel, where the two parties can communicate. A Project: Website representative is available to answer questions that may arise within the channel.
Upon completion, the rights and copyright for all work created through our program is transferred to the nonprofit organization.
Each website is built on a content management system (Wordpress, Drupal, Joomla, etc) that allows the nonprofit to log in and edit the site contents. The process varies based on what platform the volunteer uses. Regardless of platform, the nonprofit can update the site contents after completion!
Since each nonprofit organization works with a different volunteer, we can’t provide you with an entire portfolio, since each volunteer has their own. However, rest assured you will be assigned a highly-skilled volunteer web developer who is experienced in both design and implementation.