Let’s face it, there are a lot of really bad nonprofit websites out there. I mean really, really bad. But there are also some great examples of building a platform, a brand and an audience online in order to fulfil a mission and support a cause. That’s why I’m dedicating July as WordPress nonprofit month.

Having been in the nonprofit world for more than seven years as an employee and even a board member, I’ve helped quite a few nonprofits get online and build their brands and support online.

In fact, I love to write about doing just that. The nonprofit world is one that is unlike any other in business. It has such a unique set of challenges, goals, and people that no project is ever the same.

So I’m dedicating July to helping nonprofits specifically. I’m going to write about getting a website setup, how to take donations, how to communicate your mission and much more.

If you have a question or topic that you think needs to be included in our series for Nonprofit Month, tweet at me or send me an email via my contact form. I’d love to hear from you.

It’s been a long while since I posted. This was due to several reasons including a move across country, getting our new home setup, an illness and vacation. Now that things are back to some semblance of normal, I have a dedicated space and time to write each day, so posts should become more frequent.

Published by Matt Pritchett

Matt is a Christian, a husband, a father to two beautiful girls and a WordPress developer at CrowdFavorite. He also creates software for nonprofits and enterprise customers at Pritchett Media.

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