NGO Online Toolkit

Developing an effective and trusted online presence for your organization
Your organization’s online presence is essential for nonprofit sustainability and effectiveness. Learn the basics of creating a memorable Internet presence, and take advantage of online resources to expand your reach, visibility and audience engagement.

Getting online

Learn how to initially get online with the help of Internet service providers, and how to register your domain name.


Creating an identity

Consider how you will use visual and contextual tools to communicate your organization's brand, mission and authenticity to donors.


Making an impact

Outline your organization's goals, and develop a web presence and web content that spreads your message, brings support to your actions, and influences the world in a positive way.


Securing online activity

Evaluate the sensitivity of your organization's data and take the necessary precautions to protect it, as well as visitors to your site


Using the Internet ethically

Understand the ethical considerations of Internet presence.


Fundraising effectively

Learn how to use online tools to raise awareness and funds for your cause.

From Our Blog

GDPR: Understanding how data protection regulations affect your organization

6 Nov 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) seemed to cause a lot of frenzied discussion and research among many organizations – non-profit and corporate alike – when it came into effect earlier in 2018. Although…

Internet universality: Looking at access around the globe

5 Nov 2018

In November 2018, UNESCO will present their findings on a long-running project called “Defining Internet Universality Indicators“. According to their website, “The results contribute to reinforcing UNESCO’s priority program areas related to promote freedom…

Is data security a top priority for your NGO?

7 Sep 2017

When it comes to data security, knowing where your organisation’s data and donor information can end up is of utmost importance. To shine a light on this, Brian Cute, CEO of Public Interest Registry,…