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Charity and non Profit Website Design

If you're looking for a good quality charity and non profit web design company please read on!

For over a decade I have divided my time between IT, website design and website maintenance for Soft Touch Arts and my own company Z Media aka ZCT. I have been building charity and non profit websites for over twenty years. I can call on a number of trusted, highly skilled designers and programmers to help me build, repair or maintain your website.

Because Z Media aren’t an agency, we don’t have city office overheads and can work to modest budgets. If you’re a small to medium sized charity or non profit organisation needing a new or re-built website, please get in touch and arrange a call back. You're also welcome to send us your list of questions, we'll happily answer them for you as quickly as we can.

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Has your charity or non profit already got a website but it needs work?

This page is focused on new websites for Charities and Non profit organisations but we also update, upgrade and expand existing websites. We can work towards the W3C's  Accessibility standard AA and can help in the creation of an Accessibility policy.

Get in touch for a quick estimate, book a call back or request a free formal quote.

15 years experience

Z media has extensive experience with Charity and non profit website design and have built a number of charity and Non profit websites over the last 20 years. If you work with Z media to create or improve your website you will probably be working with me, Nick Ward, or Tove Dalenius. Our long standing work for Soft Touch Arts Ltd not just on websites and videos but numerous digital projects and internal IT systems continues as the charity grows from strength to strength.

Fast and Accessible
Easy to edit
Transparent pricing
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Our experience is mainly with small charities and non profit organisations with a turnover of less than £500,000 per annum

We know that every penny counts and we know that you need predictable costs.  We've worked with some very small Charities with tiny budgets. Even if your budget is tiny we'll be able to do something for you, even if it's just free advice. Just get in touch!

Some of our charity and  non profit website design clients:

British Parachute Association, Cherub Braids,  Cooperative and Social Enterprise development agency (CASE), COUI, Fun and Families, High Impact Education Services, Learning for the Fourth Age, People Express, Psychosynthesis Education Trust (PET), Skillshare International, Soft Touch Arts Ltd, Teens and Toddlers, Young Advisors, Cavan ArTemore, CWDF and many more.

“Working within the sector for over ten years I have direct experience of what small to medium sized charities and non profit organisations need from a website. Produced with care, the website should further the organisation’s aims and be an important part of its day to day digital marketing.

A well managed website will quickly pay for itself and become a hub for information, communication and possibly an income stream via donations etc.”
Nick Ward Z Media


Elements of your charity or non profit website

The following are elements to be found in charity/non profit websites. We have been in meetings, discussions and forums debating the merits of every single one of them! This experience alone sets us apart from most web design companies and it doesn’t cost you any extra!

Documents

Documentation - web optimised pdf’s

  • Mission statement
  • Brochures as pdf’s or page turning flip books
  • Repository of policy documents
  • Signposting
  • Stakeholder information
  • Accounts
Income streams
Media and Communications
People
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Costs. Initial and ongoing

All websites have a domain name that must be renewed. Anyone can have a .co.uk or .com and there are many others. Some names such as .edu and .coop for instance are conditional on company structure.

All websites need to be hosted. There are good and bad hosts and this isn't the place for that discussion. In brief, the cheap ones are best avoided and so are the really expensive ones!

All websites should have a SSL security certificate. There are excellent free ones from Let'sEncrypt. You'll know if you need 'better'.

Contact us for any information about our charity and non profit websites!