Websites for Nonprofits

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Nonprofit websites should be beautiful inside and out. While we pride ourselves on being an all-in-one provider, Firespring is best known for user-friendly website solutions that give nonprofits the power to build and maintain a professional online presence without needing a programmer.

Once we’ve established a website structure that suits your content needs, we’ll help you select an eye-catching website design for your nonprofit. Then we'll brand it with your logo and color palette. If you'd prefer to tell your story in a truly unique way, we can also create a custom website design exclusively for your nonprofit.

When your new site goes live, you’ll have the ability to:

  • Update content and photos.
  • Post blog articles that allow users to post comments and share your content on social media.
  • Manage volunteer and event information.
  • Add unlimited pages and alter navigation menus.
  • Quickly and easily launch online fundraising campaigns.
  • Choose from a selection of optimized landing page templates to take donations, accept event registration, sign up newsletter recipients, manage user downloads and sell programs/services.
  • Climb search engine rankings and keep your site fresh with blog articles automatically added to your homepage every week.
  • Add keywords and optimize your title, photo and description tags.
  • Promote an upcoming meeting information and event details online.
  • Track visitor activity with Firespring's custom analytics tool.

All of this is backed by free unlimited training and legendary phone support from a real person who genuinely cares about your cause. Ready to get started? Just give us a call at 877.447.8941 or send an email to

United Methodist Volunteers in Mission

“It’s critical that we have a platform that allows us to relay information quickly and efficiently. You don’t have to be a web developer or website designer to figure it out. You can have a really great-looking, professional website that is very easy to create and maintain.”

Malinda Nichols, Communications Director

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