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While compiling a list of my favorite nonprofit website examples, I've noticed how popular Squarespace was used, so I've decided to make a list of the best Squarespace templates that were specifically designed for nonprofits, NGOs and charity organization.
I've written in detail why Squarespace might be a good platform for nonprofit organizations to build their website, and if you're convinced, these templates offer a great starting point for your organization.
These are handpicked from the Squarespace gallery, and I tried my best to explain the pros and cons of each template so you can decide if it's best for you.
Let's dive right in.
Out of all the templates listed here, I would say Roseti is the most feature-ready Squarespace template for nonprofits & NGOs.
It's designed for building communities and it's got a number of layouts and features that are important for you to promote your cause.
I reckon this template will save you the most time setting up a website for your organization.
Overall, a well-designed template for NGOs looking to build a community for their organization.
Malone is a template that's specifically designed for non-profit rescue shelters, pet charities, or NGOs related to animals.
What I like about this template is that it has all the essential pages an NGO website is expected to have, and there are pre-built checkout pages to help collect donations too.
Overall, a great starting template for pet NGOs to quickly set up a marketing site to promote their cause and collect donations.
Comet would make a great starting template for schools, learning academies, or education-related NGOs to build their site.
There are a ton of different layouts to play with, and there's a healthy use of images to showcase your organization profile.
More than that, the membership pages are readily built for organizations to offer premium content to paid members.
Overall, Comet offers a great starting point for NGOs in the education industry to set up a marketing site with program memberships.
Bailard is a simple template with clean layout built for organizations, particularly those in the non-profit or NGO sector.
There's nothing fancy about the template but it comes with a few handy features that'll help NGOs promote their campaigns, such as allocating various sections for project and partners write up as well as a blog section for latest news and program announcement.
There's also an email newsletter to help build a mailing list for your followers.
Bailard makes a good starting template for organizations looking for a template with a clean and professional layout
Lusaka was originally built for NGOs in the education space. I'd say the layout, content structure and designs fits perfectly for its use case.
This template has dedicated layouts and pages for highlighting the company's vision, past projects (or clients), and your team of professional therapists.
Bear in mind that this template does heavily rely on professional images and photographs to infuse personality into the site.
A great starting template for organizations in the education industry.
Clarkson is a template that utilizes plenty of large, high-quality photographs as background images.
Originally designed for NGOs focused on climate change, it can be adapted to just about any organization.
One of the better designed Squarespace templates for NGOs in my opinion.
Euclid is a template for NGOs with a retro aesthetic. Mostly because the images used have a vintage overlay on them.
Moreover, high-quality images also play a central role in conveying the site's message and themes.
This template comes with a unique feature: Custom graphs! Which is great for illustrating important statistics for your cause.
A simple template to start but may require a fair bit of customization to get set up.