Website Design For Non Profits, Charities And Social Projects - Fully Featured, SEO Optimised And Mobile / Tablet Ready.
Both Mark and Jared, both founders of Wolfhound Digital come from a Social entrepreneur background, both were students in the inaugural school for social entrepreneurs in Ireland. Mark founded Cut The Mustard ( see header video ) a Social Enterprise initiative project of Entrepreneurship, Innovative thinking and practical skills. Jared founded The internet College of Ireland, a project that provided education for students of all ages in Internet Technologies for use in their professional and personal lives.
That background and the experience that came from it gave us a thorough understanding of how non profits operate, what is needed in telling your story and successes, and in this world where people are being asked to contribute to social projects more and more ( Ireland along side the UK are some of the highest contributors to non-profits in the world ) it is important to get your message across.
That means for Non Profits, Charities And Social Projects Wolfhound Digital can custom build a website that includes a built in donation functionality. Newsletter signups and beautiful blogs for sharing your news and stories. Email collection and chat facilities, both with GDPR in mind.
in Ireland today, websites are essential and are NOT only used to tell your story, your work and what you stand for. Your no-profit website is in the general the first point of contact for staff, volunteers and people donating to your project. Wolfhound Digital design visually pleasing and attractive websites that speak volumes about your non profit and your website design should be the original source of all your content.
Your website design should be your where you should share your work, projects and ideas. Showcase images of your completed projects, information about your projects. A place to showcase ‘case studies’, talk about your work and who is involved.
Wolfhound Digital website designs evolve and grow with you.
Wolfhound Digital websites are designed to be completely fit for purpose, beautiful, clean website designs with thumbnail galleries and individual listing pages that are made for eye catching images, Website designs with excellent visitor user experience and importantly in Ireland’s competitive non-profit area , with search engines in mind.
Wolfhound Digital’s SEO work is aimed at getting you up the search engine rankings and growing your project awareness and …. growing your project. Everything on your new site is optimised for SEO , images , page titles, content, backlinks and analytics - all with zero errors.
All Wolfhound digital website designs are fully ‘SECURE’ and come with an ‘SSL’ certificate making sure you are not penalised by Google and all the other search engines. ALL search engines will flag your site as ‘ Not Secure ‘ when somebody comes to visit the site if you don’t have an SSL certificate . This is bad news as virtually all visitors will probably leave the site at that point. An SSL secure website is important for for gaining customer trust in you as a non profit organisation. Your website for non profits needs to reflect the quality and service of your project. It’s your shop front, 24/7 365 days a year. It’s open for visitors even when you are not.
How well does your existing website for non profits represent your project?
Wolfhound Digital can produce a web design and build a quality website that says everything about your non profit.
Get in touch with us for an informal chat with your ideas and project and see what Wolfhound digital can do for you to take your non-profit, charity or social project to the next level.
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For non- profit Web Design Ireland, contact us for an informal chat & advice on how Wolfhound Digital can help your business.
If you have any questions please send us a message. Once received, a member of our team will get in touch with you.
Tel +353 01 9121902 or 0851070198 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wolfhound Digital Ltd
4 Lower Georges Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. Ireland.