Accessibility for Nonprofits and Charities

Nonprofit and charitable organizations are well known for supporting some of the most vulnerable members of our society. So it makes sense that many charities and nonprofits are taking the lead in tackling web accessibility to champion their causes as efficiently as possible.

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Nonprofits Can Reach More People by Making Their Websites More Inclusive and Accessible

In recent times especially, many people have struggled financially as a result of COVID-19. When it comes to funding, 51% of high-end donors would prefer to give online.

Attracting a wider audience by making their websites accessible to everyone is an excellent way for charities and nonprofits to increase visibility, help more people, recruit more volunteers, and attract donors.

Why you Should Provide Equal Access to Online Information on Charity and Nonprofit Websites

Raise Awareness
The more an organization does to provide access to information, the more people it can reach. A wider audience creates more awareness of its mission and goals.
Get More Donations
Charities and nonprofits rely on websites to communicate their values and attract supporters and donors. 1 in 5 people encounter access barriers online, so an accessible website can make a huge difference.
Stay True to Charity Values
Excluding people online doesn’t sit well in a sector where the general ethos is geared towards equality and inclusion for all.

Let us show you how easy it can be.

Millions of charity and nonprofit webpages made accessible through the use of assistive technology

Recite Me is already helping to make a positive change by providing our website assistive technology to charities and nonprofit organizations around the world.

Whether it’s changing the way the website looks, the language it’s in, or using a different method of navigation, Recite Me can help make your organization’s website accessible to everyone.

This is the total number of users who launched the Recite Me toolbar on nonprofit websites.
This is the total number of pages viewed using the Recite Me toolbar.
Higher than the industry average pages viewed per session.

Download our Online Inclusion Guide for Charities

Download our Nonprofit Online Accessibility Guide to find out the benefits of an inclusive nonprofit website, the organizations we support, and our usage data on nonprofit and charity websites from the past year.


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