Clubs, Charities & Associations Portfolio
We love doing websites for nonprofits and we've put together a website design and development package specifically for clubs, charities and associations.
Take a look at our portfolio below and if you think we would be a good fit for your nonprofit, then please get in touch. We'd love to hear from you.
Aerosol Association of Australia
The Aerosol Association is the peak body in Australia representing all sectors of the aerosol industry. They wanted a new website with a a clean modern look that's consistent with the Association's logo and colours.Read More
Community Education Foundation
The Community Education Foundation is an Auckland based charitable trust that supports vulnerable people in our community. They needed a new website to promote their activities and take donations.Read More
Howick Lions Club
Howick Lions Club required a new website to better promote its activities and events. With their new multifunctional, mobile-friendly website, the club is able to engage with the local community more effectively, operate more efficiently and present a modern image to prospective members.Read More
Hand Therapy New Zealand
Hand Therapy New Zealand required a new website to help promote and manage their association more efficiently. The website features an interactive 'Find a Registered Therapist' map, and is integrated with the DPS payment gateway and Xero allowing members to easily renew their subscription and register for the annual conference.Read More
Safe Communties Foundation
How do you make a website that's heavy on documentation and process, but doesn't allow that to detract from the main purpose of the website - which is to promote safety in the community and encourage more local authorities to join the programme? That was the question we were asked by the Safe Communities Foundation, so it's a good job we love a challenge!Read More
Soft Plastics Recycling
We were delighted to be working with the Public Place Recycling guys again to design and build a new website for their Soft Plastics Recycling initiative. The website includes a 'store locator' linked to Google maps so people can find their nearest store to return and recycle their plastic bags and other soft plastics.
New Zealand Beauty Association
The New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Therapists is the peak industry association for registered beauty therapists. With several hundred members, the association wanted a new web design that would support all their members, from students through to the business savvy and talented experienced members. They also wanted an interactive website where members could communicate with each other and with the public. So this was not a job for the faint hearted!Read More
Packaging Council of Australia
The PCA were in a bit of a pickle. They had a very large website, but it was about to be decommissioned at short notice. We very quickly found a pre-designed theme that would do the job and within a couple of weeks we'd moved all the important content on to a new website. Although using a pre-designed theme is not our usual practice, in this case it was 'needs must' to meet a very tight time frame. Since then, we've custom designed their Awards websites.Read More
Adventist Book Centre
The Adventist Book Centre has a large store in South Auckland, but they really wanted to get their books, DVDs and other media online for younger members of the church who read more widely than just Seventh Day Adventist published material. We designed the website to help them promote special offers, new releases and best sellers as well as their key categories.Read More
Reggio Emilia Aotearoa New Zealand (REANZ)
REANZ wanted to update their existing website to make their upcoming events more prominent on the homepage. We re-organised the homepage and also gave the website a whole new fresh look and feel.
Public Place Recycling Scheme
The Public Place Recycling Scheme is about getting Kiwis to recycle when they're out and about, and we were delighted to be asked to design and build their website. We are particularly pleased with the Products page where the design’s simplicity hides the complicated programming behind the scenes to translate the layout beautifully from PC to tablet to mobile phone.