Drawing \ Inspiration \ Web Design
December 30, 2012
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Non-profit organisations do incredibly important and noble work, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have to try as hard as any other business to engage with their audience. They still need to convince people to part with their money, to support their particular cause, so a well-designed website is a must.

This showcase brings together thirty charity websites that are instantly engaging. Bold choices are common, such as large header images and vibrant colors, and there is often a lot of content. Take a look at how these designs present all that content without getting too cluttered.

Robin Hood


Michael J. Fox


Global Oneness Project



S.O.S. Mamute

Still Pointe Sanctuary

The Hair Foundation

Give Beyond

Hello Somebody

Wild Aid


Literacy 2030

The Girl Effect

Head 2 Heart

Rice Bowls

Slavery Footprint

World Wild Life

Just Giving


The Nature Conservancy


Amnesty International

NYC Coalition Against Hunger

Natural Resources Defence Council

Take the Walk

Blogger Bake Off


Charities do inspiring work, and hopefully their website designs have been equally inspiring for your next project.
Please share your favorite non-profit websites, and let us know your thoughts on these examples, in the comments below.


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Madalin Tudose is a web designer and developer who loves to inspect websites for new designing techniques and trends. He`s the founder of Ourtuts, where he blogs about anything related to web development.