Yes! Free websites do exist (for nonprofits)
Is it considered a paid sponsorship if you’re reblogging a blog you did for your business’s blog? While I was technically getting paid to write the first post, I’m going to have to lean on the side of no since this is technically considered “my own time.” Rationalizing? Maybe, but I’m OK with that.
Gainesville’s AdFed hosted its Marketing & Advertising 101 for Nonprofits and Small Businesses workshop Friday morning at the Thomas Center here in Gainesville, and 352 Media Group’s CMO Peter VanRysdam unveiled the coolest thing to hit the web since left-side navigation.
352 created DesignYour.Org to give nonprofit organizations the opportunity to have a custom website with fully functional CMS tool, all without breaking their budget. AKA: It’s free, as long as you can prove you’re a legit nonprofit organization. You can read more this service over at Ranting and Raving, Helping Nonprofits One Free Website at a Time, or visit DesignYour.Org.
If surgeons do pro-bono surgeries for people without health insurance, why can’t a web design company do the same thing for nonprofits?