25 of the Best Non-Profit Websites

In recent years the quality of non-profit websites has improved dramatically. Fortunately, a growing number of organizations are recognizing the need for a quality website and the opportunities that it presents. In this post we’ll showcase 25 well-designed sites of non-profit organizations. If you enjoy this collection please see the one we did back in December or 2008, 40+ Inspirational Non-Profit Website Designs.

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Sower of Seeds

Sower of Seeds

Urban Roots

Urban Roots

A Word from His Word

A Word from His Word

The Seed Company

The Seed Company

Wide Awake

Wide Awake

Park Angels

Park Angels

Leeds Universities Catholic Chaplaincy

Leeds Universities Catholic Chaplaincy

Yellow Bird Project

Yellow Bird Project

Villa Hope

Villa Hope

Hope Unlimited

Hope Unlimited

R.U. 4 Children

R.U. 4 Children

Revive Africa

Revive Africa

Family Life

Family Life

One

One

To Write Love On Her Arms

To Write Love On Her Arms

The Gospel Coalition

The Gospel Coalition

Harvest

Harvest

Invisible Children

Invisible Children

The Designers Accord

The Designers Accord

Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day

Tufts University Alumni Association

Tufts University Alumni Association

Kanye West Foundation

Kanye West Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Next American City

Next American City

The Painted Door

The Painted Door

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  • Great List!
    Thanks for including the Park Angels site. We have recently merged it with it’s parent organization Charleston Parks Conservancy, so there is a bit of a new look and some new bells and whistles also.
    http://www.charlestonparksconservancy.org

  • Nice overview! My personal favorite Non-profit website is: http://www.charitywater.org/

  • Great list! It’s interesting to see the different approaches to the challenge of communicating to varied audiences.

    Thanks for including The Seed Company.

  • Great list…

    I like http://reviveafrica.com/ the most…

  • Great list. Thnx for sharing

  • This is a great selection of websites, I particularly like the Sower of Seeds website design. The colours that have been used complement the black and white photography very well and the information is clear and concise. Loverly

  • Great job. Very interesting collection of Non-Profit Websites.

    Thanks for sharing collection.

  • Does our http://www.greenscroll.org deserve to be listed here? I hope so.
    Thanks,
    Sasha.

  • Nice List! All the designs that stuck out to me at first glance seemed to be by CHURCHMEDIA. Looks like they have some excellent design skills.

  • Great list, thank you so much!

  • Good set but if you knew how often non-profit website development becomes a good way to deduct money for the customers. I don’t speak about these sites, but there is a scandal history with Russian School Portal which was launched with numerous bugs.

    Any way I’m convinced that charity and enthusiasm should be spread in the Web as much as money making.

  • Great list. I really like http://kanyewestfoundation.org/. Good clean, minimal design.

    We recently designed a site for a local non-profit: http://www.yvcyellowstone.org/. This was my fist time working with a non-profit, and it was a great experience.

  • Great list! Thanks so much for including WideAwake.org

  • My firm just finished a full redesign of http://www.pkdcure.org and we used some of these great sites as inspiration. Simple and straightforward is definitely the way to go for non-profits. Another nice clean site we looked at was http://michaeljfox.com/.

  • Excellent review! I’ve done http://www.findthecure.it and for a future homepage restyle I’m taking ispiration from this collection!

  • I must say there are a lot of wonderful webdesigns here. I probably would not have chosen some of your pics but I always appreciate the ability to see other non-profit sites. If you havent seen it already, I would include http://us.yesplus.org/ as one of the best non-profit designs.

  • Great collection and very nice to see all the great design for great causes.

    I made this one of the three featured links on my Design Thought for the Day blog:
    http://designthoughtfortheday.blogspot.com/2010/03/03-19-beggar-tips-non-profit-sites.html

    All the best, Ted

  • Nancie

    These are great! I’d like to add http://www.fuquacenter.org to the list! 🙂

  • The list looks very impressive. Thank you for including Harvest.org

  • Great list!!!

  • Thank you for including Urban Roots on this fantastic and inspirational list! I love Hope Unlimited.

  • Great post! We just completed a redesign of Opportunity International’s website – http://www.opportunity.org – would be great to know how you guys think we stack up against some of these listed here!

    Thanks!!

  • lv

    I particularly like the Sower of Seeds website design. The colours that have been used complement the black and white photography very well and the information is clear and concise. Loverly

  • VG

    This is great! As I’m getting into the mechanics with web design I have in mind some agencies locally whom I want to redesign their site!

  • Fabulous designs. Wow! What a great collection and great causes. LT

  • Inspirational, giving something back, awesome!

  • LIKE LIKE LIKE 🙂 thanks for share ..

  • Forfa-ah Lewindia

    I enjoyed the 25 best nonprofit websites presented and I am wondering if you could design a website that is attractive to visitors and donors for our nonprofit, with features easy to use. We already have a domain name and a hosting company. We have prepared web info. of 50 MB (which could be edited) If you do web design how much will it cost us?