Kehorne work with a number of charities so we understand that a well-designed website is an essential tool for any non-profit organisation to effectively communicate its mission, attract donors, and engage with the community.
To ensure that a non-profit website is user-friendly and informative, it should have the following key features:
- Clear and well-organized navigation that makes it easy for visitors to find what they’re looking for.
- Accessibility features, such as alt tags for images and closed captioning for videos, to make the website accessible to all.
- Mobile-friendly design that ensures the website is accessible on any device.
- A clear and concise mission statement that defines the organisation’s purpose, values, and goals.
- High-quality visuals, such as photos and videos, that showcase your work and impact.
- Regularly updated news and events sections to keep supporters informed.
- Integration with social media platforms to increase engagement and spread awareness about your organisation and its work.
- Information about volunteer opportunities and how to get involved with your projects.
- A secure and easy-to-use donation page that accepts online donations.
- Impact reports that showcase how donations and volunteers have contributed to your mission.
- Testimonials or success stories from individuals who have been helped by your projects.
- Call-to-action buttons and contact information that encourages visitors to donate, volunteer, or get involved.
- Analytics tools to track website traffic and user behaviour, which can help you improve your online presence and engagement.
By incorporating these features, a non-profit can create a website that effectively communicates its mission, engages with its community, and drives donations and support for its projects. Kehorne can use its experience of building charity and non-profit websites to give you a website that can work hard for your organisation.