Go Live websites, for charities and not for profits

There’s never been a more important time for us to embrace digital communications. And having a strong, responsive website that is really easy for you to update (without the need of a programmer), is central to that.

At Creative Concern we’ve been developing sites for charities and not for profits for 18 years, and we’ve developed a special web product tailored exactly to the needs of those organisations.

  • Take your service fully online while the Covid-19 restrictions are in place
  • Make this the time you get your new website underway and live 
  • Set up new ways to share resources and information with colleagues and those you support
  • Improve how you communicate with your supporters and partners to increase profile and donations

Creative Concern’s ‘Go Live’ websites are content management system driven sites that offer loads of functionality, look great and are controllable entirely by you. We've packed in lots of features we know charities, campaigning organisations and not-for-profits need online but we've managed to keep the costs really affordable. You can quickly get up and running with a site that does everything you need it to.

The Go Live sites are developed in Drupal (a leading open soure content management system), and we’ve worked hard to make sure you have as much flexibility over content as possible. You can add banners, image galleries, pull quotes, accordion lists, related content cards, embedded films, webforms, contrast panels… a range of other features that give you control over how your site looks and functions.

You’ll be in control of the website structure and the page content – you can continually adapt the site to reflect your charity’s changing needs over the coming months and beyond.

Charities are using Go Live sites to create a web presence for specific projects and campaigns, to host important resources for teams and services users who are now operating remotely and to increase their profile and boost their engagement and support during this time when more direct means of engagement aren’t possible.

Here's what's included:

  • Website content and structure planning
  • Design in line with your brand 
  • Build of a fully responsive site
  • A year of carbon neutral hosting
  • CMS training for colleagues
  • Additional support with content if needed 

Many charities and organisations are already using their Go Live websites to increase their profile, and communicate with their colleagues, partners and supporters. Here are just three examples of recent Go Live website projects: 




If you think Go Live could help you, get in touch with chris@creativeconcern.com

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