As a nonprofit organization, it can be intimidating to start building a website. There are so many things you want your audience to know, but where’s the best place to start?

Below, we discuss the 5 pages that every nonprofit needs to start a successful website. These 5 pages will help your audience understand who you are, what you do, and how they can support you.

1. Homepage

With every website, you always need to start with a homepage. This is likely the first page your website visitors will see, so you need to make a good first impression.

This is a great place to put captivating photos and content that show the heart behind your organization and the work that you’re doing. You can also include calls-to-action that encourage them to take a next step (like learning more about your company or making a donation.)

2. About

An about page helps website visitors understand what your organization is all about. This is a great place to share the story behind your organization, the people on your team, and your organization’s mission statement.

3. Services/Mission

This page allows you to show your audience what your organization does. You can list all the different services your organization provides, or you can focus on the general mission behind your nonprofit.

This shows your audience what your team is doing to impact your community and encourages them to get involved with your organization to help support your mission.

4. Contact

Never ever forget the contact page. After a website visitor has perused your site, they’re going to want to get in touch with you. Whether that’s to talk about volunteer opportunities, donations, or how to support your mission, you need to be available to them.

We recommend including your nonprofit’s email address, phone number, and a contact form on your site.

5. Donate

If you’re like most nonprofits, your organization benefits largely from donations. That’s why it’s so important to include a separate page on your website for people to donate.

Online donations offer an easy, convenient way for supporters to donate, so we recommend integrating a donation platform with your site. You can also include your address and any instructions for mailing in donations on this page.

Need Help?

Building a nonprofit website doesn’t have to be intimidating. Start with these 5 pages to create a successful website that connects you with potential volunteers, donors, and supporters.

If your nonprofit needs help creating pages like these, reach out to our team at Yemba Digital. We would love the opportunity to serve you.

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