Infused with organic elements, the new website is the hub for marketing, communications and advocacy for their movement and extends international reach.Learn More
This organization was unable to update their website after some staff turnover. They needed a site that would be easy to update and meet the needs of their nonprofit.Learn More
Organized and approachable, BlueSky’s WordPress website is easy to use and is built to scale as the school and its vibrant community grows.Learn More
Authentic imagery and a thoughtful navigation helps this vital nonprofit resonate with multiple audiences from individuals impacted by cancer to team members, donors, and the community at large.Learn More
MPRB’s former agency partner was sunsetting their content management system. They needed a solution that would meet their functionality requirements and tight timeline. Enter WordPress.Learn More
In three words, our collective experience. We were founded in 1997 and over the years, we’ve watched the competition come and go. Through it all, ArcStone has continued to adapt and evolve, always staying ahead of the curve.
We’re in good company. 35% of the world’s websites use WordPress. The vibrant WordPress community is committed to innovation and there are thousands of plugins available that can extend a website’s functionality. WordPress is not only flexible and adaptable, it’s easy to use and meets the ever-changing needs of our clients. We use WordPress advanced custom fields so you get the functionality you need and the simplicity you want.
The hosting provider you choose makes a difference. We host 98% of the sites we design and code. This gives us a unique perspective because we understand both sides of the equation - how your site should look / function and how to host it for best performance. For us, service doesn’t stop once your site launches. Our managed hosting services give you the security, speed, and support you’re looking for long-term.
There are several ways nonprofit websites are different from other websites. Perhaps the biggest difference is that nonprofit websites need to resonate with a wide range of audiences from community members, donors, the people they serve, to their staff, and the community at large. This means there must be distinct, easy to find paths for each of these audiences. Websites for nonprofits are primarily focused on increasing donors and community engagement, whereas for-profit organizations seek to generate leads or make sales. Website accessibility is important for all websites, but it’s central for nonprofits since funding can be tied to compliance and accessibility. Not to mention, you never want to turn anyone away from a website.
Our WordPress websites for nonprofits and purpose-driven brands typically range from $15,000 and under for smaller websites and $20,000+ for larger websites with more complex functionality and integrations. Digital marketing engagements range from $2900 and up depending on your objectives. We also offer “tour of duty” campaigns designed and priced to meet one specific goal.