Charities and Not-For-Profit
Charity websites need to serve a broad range of purposes, providing information for service users, acting as a fundraising tool, and attracting partners and sponsors.
Accessibility is a major concern for these websites, typically requiring AA level to ensure all users have an excellent experience.
Digital needs in the charity sector
Web design features and functionality
- Online donation tools with secure payments
- Full AA accessibility
- Professional, friendly and approachable branding
- Content management systems for updating information
- Service photography and videos
- Testimonials, case studies and FAQs
- Content for supporters and stakeholders
- Content for service users
- Easy-to-update blogs and news articles
Our work in the charity sector
We’ve done a lot of work for clients in the charity sector over the years. We’ve had amazing clients in a variety of areas such as the community gardening organisation Civic Pride, disabled people’s charities such as Magpies and Unique Ways, and theatres like Mercury. Find out more about these projects below…
Magpies were looking for a full rebrand alongside their new website. From a fresh new logo to their high-quality photographs, we provided the content that took this amazing website to the next level. We also developed their website to AA accessibility standards, so users of all abilities would be able to enjoy it.Learn more
Calderdale Parents and Carers were a West Yorkshire charity aimed at supporting families with disabled children. They approached us to develop a new brand, complete with new name, and design and build a new website.
We delivered a vibrant, colourful brand with a website built to AA standards, complete with photography and a video explaining a variety of their services through interviews with staff and service users. We also provided business stationery, leaflets and banners – everything a new brand needs.
Debt Advice Foundation
Debt Advice Foundation are a specialist debt charity that provide a wide range of solutions. They needed us to bring their website up to date to improve search performance and help them reach more people. We delivered a fresh, futureproof WordPress site that helped improve their organic search results by 42% in the first two months.Learn more
Many theatres are charity organisations, requiring a huge range of donation and membership options, as well as content that appeals to a broad range of users.Learn more
Mind the Gap
Mind the Gap are a Bradford-based creative arts charity that run live arts performances featuring learning disabled and autistic actors, dancers, performers, and backstage crew. We built them an accessible, exciting, and visually dynamic new site.Learn more
Wells Maltings is an arts, heritage and community centre, as well as a non-profit organisation, in the historic seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea in North Norfolk. The venue hosts theatre, live music and art exhibitions, and rents out their versatile multi-purpose spaces for classes, community groups and events. We designed and built a fun new site with bespoke Spektrix integrations, forms, and well-optimised copy for them.Learn more
Half Moon Theatre
Half Moon are a London-based young people’s performing arts venue and touring company who were looking for a new site. We delivered dynamic features, quality multimedia content, donations section, and a bespoke, integrated ticketing system.Learn more
Jacksons Lane is an arts and culture centre in North London that showcases contemporary circus performances and work towards breaking down barriers within the community. They needed new site to show off their incredible arts centre and that's exactly what we delivered!Learn more
Get in touch
Are you part of the charity sector?
If you’re a service company looking for digital solutions, we would absolutely love to work with you – it always makes for a meaningful, rewarding project, and we’re really passionate about helping a sector that brings so much to the UK.
Not sure exactly what you’re after just yet? That’s ok – we’re here to help. Get in touch with any queries – and check out our guide to writing a website brief for your next project.