The company, which says it produces “affordable and zero-risk websites for charities”, will select a winner “based on level of need and communication goals”.
The charity website prize will include functions including online donations, event booking (and ticket purchases), an online shop, and other functions including case studies, news, jobs, a blog, and resource downloads.
White Fuse told UK Fundraising that the value of the prize is between £5,000 and £10,000 including VAT, “depending on what fundraising features are needed, which are all included”.
The prize does not include migration of content and data from an existing site. “Charities should expect the process to involve a full content review and then manually adding the content to the new website”.
In addition, ongoing monthly support is also not included but charged at White Fuse’s standard rate, starting from £119 inc VAT per month, depending on what fundraising features they need. The terms and conditions of the competition require the winner to stick with the agency for the first year “but after that they can take the site elsewhere should they wish”.
The new website will take about two to three weeks to complete.
The deadline for entries is 29 February 2016.
The winner will be announced on White Fuse’s blog in early March.
More free resources from White Fuse
White Fuse also offers a wide range of free digital guides to charities, covering topics such as choosing the right donation platform, writing for the web, and getting to grips with SEO.
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