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Drupal Web Design - Non Profit Drupal Web Sites

Thu, 04/10/2014 - 12:28pm -- gbm

Popular Non Profit Organizations and How They Use Drupal Web Design

Drupal web design has become one of the top contenders in the online market today. Not only has Drupal increased in popularity with mainstream companies, but it's also being used by some of the biggest non-profit organizations. Some of the Drupal for non profits adopters include internationally recognized organizations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

How Drupal Can Help Your Non-Profit Generate Revenue

Tue, 07/20/2010 - 11:19am -- gbm

Diversifying revenue streams for any organization can ensure survival in a down economy. As a recession deepens and spending tails off, all players in the marketplace suffer. For a non-profit, these macro economic conditions can endanger management’s ability to support core functions and ultimately, perhaps even jeopardize the basic mission. A careful non-profit manager then needs to take steps to insulate the organization from such drastic results.

 

How to Use Drupal for Common Nonprofit Functions

Tue, 06/22/2010 - 2:40pm -- gbm

Non-profit organizations share several core functions: fundraising, volunteer recruitment and management, and operations and communication, among others. Failure in any of these areas will seriously jeopardize the non-profit's viability. Leaders in these organizations must devote significant resources to achieving these goals as efficiently as possible or they may put the central mission at risk.

Drupal web design can help.

Drupal is the Non Profit Organization's Web Design & Development Solution

Wed, 05/12/2010 - 10:59am -- gbm

Why Drupal is a Logical Web Design & Development Solution for Your Non Profit Organization

A non-profit organization's web site needs to do many things: attract attention to the organization and its mission; inform visitors of new developments; and apprise constituents of progress toward shared goals. But the site must avoid siphoning off critical resources from the pursuit of the core mission. Drupal web development can help achieve that very important and vital goal.

10 Web Design Features That Work for Non-Profit Organizations

Tue, 10/27/2009 - 3:43pm -- gbm

1. Register users
We give you the ability to create an online community with your website. One of the greatest functions of our websites is the ability for users to go to the site, register, and become a member who can write blog posts or add their voice to forums. We can enable all kinds of content for registered users. People can create their own identity within your organization's community.

2. Forums

Forums

5 Ideas that Work for Non Profit Websites

Thu, 10/22/2009 - 4:30pm -- gbm

This list is by no means comprehensive, but here are 5 inspiring and useful elements for non profit web design:

1. Change.org | Call to action with action counter

Change.org has a beautiful website, but look at this brilliant call to action on the right sidebar. Not only are you able to see the petitions, but there is a counter to tell how many people have signed a particular petition. Nothing like a little peer motivation to get someone to sign up.

Branding for a Non-Profit

Thu, 09/18/2008 - 9:34pm -- gbm

We work with many non profit organizations when they are ready for a new website. Usually their lack of technology is frustrating their membership and overwhelming the volunteer board members who feel they are communicating with stone tablets and smoke signals. As we begin work and start to flesh out the scope of the project, we often come to an area they had overlooked: Branding themselves.

Why a Church or Non-Profit Should Blog

Thu, 09/11/2008 - 12:19pm -- gbm

The older you are, the less familiar a blog is. It's part too-much technology and part humility (what on earth do I have to say and why would anyone read it?) and there seems to be no direct purpose to blogging. While it's true that blogs can be self-referential and self-aggrandizing, the underlying reason for a church or non profit to blog regularly is to post content to your website that is useful and relevant to your audience or industry.

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