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We offer substantial discount on Charity Website Design Projects, website support and website marketing. To qualify you simply need to be a Charity or Non-profit making Organisation working towards a Cause that we can get behind and put our hearts in to. We take great pride in working with Charities and Trusts – it’s our chance to give something back and there’s nothing more satisfying than seeing a worthwhile cause benefit from our skills in web design and digital marketing.
InForm Web Design have been creating successful websites for charities and non-profit organisations since we launched back in 1996. During this time, we have helped many charities and non-profit organisations utilise their web presence to forward their cause. We have also won awards and recognition for our work in developing charity websites – most notably, first runner-up Best Non-Commercial Website in the UK Web Awards at BAFTA.
The current economic climate can make it a challenging time for many charities, often resulting in limited resources and budgetary constraints. We understand this, and will work with the same care and dedication as we do with our commercial clients, providing you with a top quality, easy to manage website that focus on fundraising and increasing online donations, at a fraction of normal cost.
We also understand that you will need ongoing support, so we offer heavily discounted support to ensure that your website continues to offer value, stability and a return on investment.
We are delighted with Cats Online. The recent awards are a testimony to the quality of work produced by InForm. We are especially pleased with the level of service and commitment provided, and as a charity, the value for money those services represent.
There is no doubt that Cats Online has been an outstanding success with an incredible number of visits to the site from around the world. It has excited considerable attention and has done much to help raise our profile. The site has had a phenomenal number of awards which reflects tremendous credit on the efforts of InForm.
Get in touch to discuss your Charity Website Design project – at the very least we can offer you some free advice.
The following links are a selection of Charity Website Design projects we’ve undertaken and also links to our Blog with relevant Charity web design insights.
The Hospital Saving Association (HSA) is Britain’s Number One Family Health Care Cash Plan provider. Established in 1922, the HSA was formed with the primary aim of saving hospitals from closure, and helping people with the cost of being in hospital. The HSA is a charitable trust that is non-profit making. It has just over 3 million UK members and virtually all the members contributions are paid out in cash benefits.Read More
InForm Web Design were brought in to launch this leading UK welfare charity on the web. The pre-design stage was extensive involving Marketing Strategy, Branding and User Experience Design (UX) exercises with all departments at the head office in Horsham. ‘Cats Online’ was the result and it immediately received worldwide recognition for the quality of the site, winning a phenomenal number of awards but most importantly, achieving its aim of raising the profile of Cats Protection.Read More
InForm Web Design is delighted to announce it has won the contract to design and develop a website for Citizens Advice Lancashire West.
InForm beat fellow web design company, Fat Media, in the final stages with a proposal that was “closer to our requirements and substantially lower in cost”.
InForm Marketing is proud to announce it has won a UK Web Award. InForm received the award of First Runner-up ‘Best Non-Commercial Website’ for Cats Online – the website it designed and developed for leading UK animal welfare charity, Cats Protection. The glittering televised Award Ceremony was held at BAFTA and hosted by Emma Forbes and Will Hanrahan.Read More
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