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Best Non-Profit/Education Website Built With Drupal

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Best Non-Profit/Education/Science/Training Website Built With Drupal

Nominees for Best Non-Profit/Education Website Built With Drupal represent Drupal implementations for Non-Profit businesses or Educational institutions.

Australian Institute of Management

An early D7 adopter with custom modules for CRM integration (SSO), wishlist with pending eCommerce enablement, sophisticated course and event searching tool and custom admin interfaces to facilitate business user management. An intensive UX process was also involved prior to the creative design development.

The Kresge Foundation

 

The Kresge Foundation's web site reflects the new priorities of this 87-year old foundation – from helping to build the nation's nonprofit infrastructure – hospitals, libraries, academic buildings – to helping nonprofit organization address some of society's most pressing problems.

The web site gives visitors a better sense of the type of projects it supports, a more straightforward path to apply for funding, and more ways to stay connected with Kresge.

Features include content and grant information organized by program area, a library archive, news archive, email news subscription, social

Caritas Danmark

This site was built for the Danish branch of Caritas Internationalis, a social service NGO, and therefore on a very slim budget. We managed to make it shine anyway, with an exceptional design that integrates the goals of the parent organization, yet establishes its own graphic identity. We also created an integration with ePay, making it possible for donations via SMS, which was a first for the organization. We are proud of how much we could accomplish on a non-profit budget!

St. Francis Childrens Center

Saint Francis Childrens Center website is a very unique design. The layout allows for unlimited number of images to be displayed on each page and rotating in the large header image. Lots of functionality and most importantly, the client loves their new website. Each classroom has their own newsletter online that is quickly updated by the management team. The non-profit organization can quickly and easily accept donations online, payment and registration for their two annual events, and really update anything on the website at the snap of their fingers.

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