For non profit


#1

do you do website for non profit? someone say you do it for free


#2

When you say “no profit”, are you talking about a “501©(3)” qualified organization with a status certification document?

DH provides a free account, complete with all the bells and whistles, for such organizations, and with the “one-click” installers, you can “do it yourself” for no money! :slight_smile:

http://wiki.dreamhost.com/Non-profit_Discount

–rlparker


#3

nope.a christian ministry that couldnt afford to have a decent website that will minister to universities and school around them


#4

Ok, so what, exactly. is your question? You can get a “free” account with the appropriate non-profit status (which your organization should be able to get) at DreamHost, or you can get “free” accounts from other organizations for such a site.

Google has lots of them! For example:

http://www.mychristiansite.com/ offers free sites!

–rlparker


#5

BTW, Wikihow has a good guide to starting a 501c3 organization.

It’s worth thinking about because if you’re going to take tax-deductible donations, you’ll need that status anyway.

Umm… you’re in the U.S., right?

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#6

When you say “no profit”, we need pay for hosting the website. but still wiki kind of gaint doing that

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