At this point, you have sent out a request for proposal (RFP) to various web agencies. Now comes the moment of truth – choosing a web development company to build the perfect website for your nonprofit.
If you sent out a well-prepared RFP, then you should have a few quality web development companies on your list of contenders to choose from.
But it can be tough to distinguish what makes one company stand out from the others.
A website RFP is sent out by your organization to dozens of web design agencies in order to determine the best agency suited to meet your website needs. It also gives the website company a chance to understand your project better.
In this blog, we strip away all of the fluff of writing a grant proposal, and the simple guideline outlined below will help you craft persuasive and compelling grant proposals.
Finding a grant can be a great way to cover the costs associated with designing a website for your nonprofit. But the world of grant seeking can seem like a difficult space to get started in.
To make your grant search for a website easier, we have included a quick and simple way to find potential grant funders and lengthen your list of options when the time comes to start applying.
One of the most common questions we get is, “How much does it cost to build a new website?
It depends. A website can cost anywhere from $8,000 to $80,000 depending on your requirements.
A better question would be, “How much does it cost to build YOUR new website?”