6 Signs Your Nonprofit Needs a New Website

| December 13, 2018

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Are you getting that sinking feeling that your nonprofit’s website isn’t helping your mission as much as it could? While you don’t need to be at a charity: water level for your nonprofit marketing, having an effective and easy-to-use website is an important step to achieving your goals. Look for these six signs that your nonprofit needs a new website, and find tools and tips to better assess how your current site is doing.

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The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) is an international professional organization dedicated exclusively to developing the people who encourage charity in North America's health care systems. Established in 1967, AHP is the source for education, networking, information, and research opportunities in health care philanthropy. AHP reaches out to development professionals in all sectors of health care including community and private hospitals, foundations, medical centers, children's hospitals, academic Institutions, long-term care facilities, hospices, health care systems, advocacy groups, specialty hospitals.

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