Imagine you're looking to volunteer at a nonprofit organization. After a quick Google search, you come across an organization in an area. However, you're met with an out-of-date, though somewhat usable website. You're interested in volunteering, so you head to the registration page, which requests your personal information.
While the page appears to be a valid link, but there's little information about the organization. The site looks as if it hasn't been maintained since 2007 and doesn't seem very trustworthy. While it may be a cause you are passionate about, would you trust this website with your information?
That's the problem.
Websites may only be one piece of the online marketing puzzle for a typical business, but for nonprofit organizations, they are so much more. Websites are the face of the organization. They are a hub for volunteer activism. They are a platform for donations.
Websites can leave lasting impressions on a visitor and are influential in the success of the cause. With so much at stake, it's imperative that nonprofits get it right. While this might sound like a daunting task, we're here to help.
Over the past year, our team has devised a program to solve this all-too-common issue. Many nonprofits could use an updated website design, and web developers must continually improve their portfolio to be competitive in the job market.
So, Project: Website enlists the assistance of professional web developers to power our program. Through the course of an eight-week "cycle," each developer, works in conjunction with a Project: Website representative and a nonprofit organization to craft a website that suits their needs. Not only does the nonprofit improve their online presence, but volunteers come away with rewards and an additional piece for their portfolio. It's a win-win situation!
Interested in joining our program?
Whether you're a web developer looking to use your professional skills for good, or a nonprofit organization looking to upgrade your website, our program is a great fit for you! Apply today!