Website Design & Development Service

Since the techniques of reaching out to people are changing, old approaches have to be changed to create a greater impact. To have a wider target audience and to make sure that the cause of the NGO reaches the masses, a Website is very important.

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How it works

Step 1

Purchase a plan for expert assistance

Step 2

Provide documents to our experts

Step 3

The Certificate will reach your doorstep

Overview

Nowadays NGOs do not shy away from trying new methods in order to increase their presence. A well designed and a practical website can take the NGO places, it can get international recognition and enhanced support from all over. The simple difference between a well-designed website as compared to a NGO which doesn’t even have one or an NGO with a poorly maintained website can indeed make or break your online fundraising strategy.

Benefits

      • Online Presence- NGOs can showcase their work more effectively along with documentation proof. By improving the SEO Rankings one can develop online presence
      • Source of Information- Website acts a means of information exchange of what the NGO is all about.
      • Credibility – The website allows the NGO donors to severely have interaction with what has been carried out and to a broader target market increasing accountability.

Eligibility

Any NGO registered as a Trust, Society or Section 8 Company needs to prepare an Activity Report.

Validity Period

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Processing Time?

The overall process varies as per the needs of the organization.

Documents Required :

    • Brief Overview of your NGO/Trust.( Vision, Mission, Formation history, Nature of activities, etc.)
    • Website Link if any
    • Details of activities performed each year (i.e. programmes, camps, help drives, or any activity conducted by your trust).
      • We would need the date of the event. 
      • A brief write up about the event.
      • Also provide photographs of the same.
    • Details of Governing Body Members of the trust

Note:- All the documents have to be self-certified

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are nonprofit websites?

    Nonprofit websites don't aim to sell products or services to their visitors, but they still need to convince people to support their cause. Websites are one of the primary ways the charity organizations connect with their potential donors.

  • Why do non-profits need a website?

    A website acts as a tool to gain recognition, establish an identity and online presence.

  • How much does a website cost?

    While we would love to be able to give a definitive, fixed price for a website, it really depends on the specific needs for each individual business. If one business needs a website comprised of five pages, while another has a substantially larger site of over 100 pages - obviously those projects are going to command different price points.

  • What is the difference between a pre-designed site and a custom site?

    The difference between pre-designed and custom sites is a lot like the difference between buying a home versus building a home.

  • Can I make edits to my own website once it launches?

    Yes and no. With each client that we work with, we designate time to figure out what content clients will need to edit on a regular basis and create tools to allow them to do that easily. For things such as news, articles, blogs, and portfolios, clients will have access to the Content Management System and add/edit/delete those things as needed.

  • Can I make edits to my own website once it launches?

    Yes and no. With each client that we work with, we designate time to figure out what content clients will need to edit on a regular basis and create tools to allow them to do that easily. For things such as news, articles, blogs, and portfolios, clients will have access to the Content Management System and add/edit/delete those things as needed.

  • Is a website a good way to improve my NGO?

    Yes, indeed. A website not only increases the credibility of the NGO but also brings in new potential donors. With a website people can connect to your NGO easily. It can get a wider reach.

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