Why Webflow is perfect for non-profits
Most charity websites are built in WordPress and Drupal. They separate out the front-end and content. With Webflow, you edit content right on your website. No more navigating between the site and content management system when updating your site.
Stakeholders get involved, requirements change. We get it. The Webflow CMS is super-flexible, allowing new content models and data structures to be added in hours, not days.
Committed to accessibility
Charities have diverse audiences. Websites must be accessible to all. Webflow has built-in accessibility tools and the most comprehensive accessibility checklist. We have no excuses.
Get your work noticed without the faff. Webflow doesn’t need extra plugins to manage your site’s SEO settings. With it’s built in SEO settings in the CMS you can automate and optimise easily.
What charities usually ask
Is Webflow open source?
Webflow is not open source. But when people ask for open source, they usually want to avoid lock in. With Webflow all code is exportable, which gives you freedom to move your site.
Is Webflow suitable for every website?
Webflow’s sweet spot is for websites with between 8 and 500 pages, and with between 1 and 5 people updating the site. Below that size you might want to try something like Carrd or Squarespace. Above that size, Webflow might still work, but you might be straying into the territory where you need something more custom.
Does Webflow offer non-profit discounts?
Webflow offers 50% discount on hosting for charities. All you need to do is present documentation to prove non-profit status. Agencies can help you with this.