Project Category Nonprofits

Get your next nonprofit website design project from Bocain Designs!

We have created websites for nonprofits, helping them reach new donors, recruit volunteers, and spread awareness for causes ranging from animal shelters up to nonprofits with websites aimed at raising funds for improving the lives of people in Zambia.

Take a look below at some of our nonprofit website design work. Contact us to book a call and see more nonprofit website design projects.

Nonprofit website example

Good Shepherd Humane Society

Cole from Good Shepherd Humane Society came to us with an older website, built on a platform where they had little to no control over the design and they couldn’t connect it to necessary third-party marketing tools. Their website wasn’t…

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Philippines Orphanage Foundation

Philippines Orphanage Foundation

Dana, one of the owners at the Philippines Orphanage Foundation contacted us with an out of date WordPress website that was confusing for visitors and difficult for them to manage. When we built their new website, we put a focus…

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Hands of Hope Online

Hands of Hope

Vicky from Hands of Hope reached out to us in hopes that we would be able to create a brand new experience for their nonprofit web presence. They had a website that looked good, but it was built in 2009…

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Nonprofit web design for Bee in Motion

Bee in Motion

We were contacted by Dennis, from Bee in Motion, an organization that aims to help adults with disabilities. Bee in Motion had a nicely designed website, but it was clearly showing signs of its age – looking like something from…

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nonprofit for software and coding

Play 4 Life

Play 4 Life is a nonprofit that partners with indie developers to create opportunities for spreading digital literacy across the globe – especially in impoverished parts of the World. Their simple nonprofit website allows them to share updates from their…

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Chefs' Consortium Website

Chefs’ Consortium

We started working with Noah in 2013 on the Chefs’ Consortium website. Noah’s not-for-profit uses this website to connect local farmers with locally-owned restaurants or chefs, to help spread “local love” through educational events and gatherings. Their website has a…

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