WordPress has long been the platform of choice for religious websites, charity websites, and other non-profit organisations.
The affordability of premium designs is enticing, but it is the unique features offered in non-profit WordPress themes that attract many non-profit organisations to use WordPress. Custom post types help add galleries and portfolios and unique features such as events and booking.
In this article I would like to share with you 21 versatile WordPress templates for non-profit organisations. I hope you find the list useful.
The theme has everything your church needs. It provides functionality for sermons, events, staff profiles, locations, sermon podcasts, and more. Many church related widgets are also included and you can add a video background too.
Saved also has full support for the WordPress theme customizer as well, which means that you can modify your website design in real time.
NativeChurch is a responsive WordPress theme that comes with a wide and boxed layout and 10 predefined colour schemes.
It comes packaged with an events manager to help you manage one-off events and recurring events. A sermons manager is included too to help you manage audio, video, photos, and PDF files. There is support for causes and donations too.
NativeChurch has support for WooCommerce and WPML and the popular slider plugin Slider Revolution is included with the theme.
Church and Events is a flexible WordPress theme that can be used for any type of website.
The design features a drag and drop page builder, a sermons manager, a donations manager, and an event calendar. The slider plugin Layer Slider is included too.
There is also support for WooCommerce, WPML, and Google Fonts.
4. Charity Hub
Designed for charities, churches, and fund raising websites, Charity Hub has a post type specifically designed for causes and allows donations to be made directly through PayPal on your website.
There is a page builder included with the theme and support for WooCommerce, Google fonts, and WordPress post formats.
Unlimited colour schemes are available and the Layer Slider plugin is included with the package.
Sport was designed for sports clubs, community centres, and other local clubs.
It comes with two predefined skins, lots of gallery and portfolio options, a header builder with over 40 options, and a website builder. The theme’s mobile design is excellent, boasting a responsive navigation menu and support for touch.
Support for other WordPress plugins is impressive. You will find support for WooCommerce, WPML, BuddyPress, bbPress, Events Calendar, and more.
6. Eco Nature
With its gorgeous minimal nature colour scheme, it is clear that Eco Nature was designed for environmental websites.
It comes with a regular layout, a one page layout, and a boxed layout. The layouts all look different so you are essentially getting three themes for the price of one.
Mission is a professional WordPress template created for charities and foundations. It has a custom post feature that lets you display articles in different ways.
The theme also has a home page builder and custom post types for causes, events, and staff. Custom widgets are included too.
Campaign is a political WordPress theme that comes with a boxed layout and fluid layout in four colour schemes (blue, red, green, and yellow).
There’s custom widgets and a number of widget zones on the home page to help you change the home page design.
9. Green Earth
Green Earth is a non-profit WordPress theme designed for environmental websites.
It features four sliders, six footer layouts, unlimited colour schemes, and a pricing table. A drag and drop page builder and drag and drop slider manager are available too.
Earth is a premium WordPress theme that was designed for environmental websites and eco-friendly websites.
The template features a dra and drop home page builder and a calendar that works with an events custom post type. Two premium WordPress plugins, Layer Slider and Visual Composer, are included with the theme. Custom widgets are included with the theme too.
Dunamis is a modern church theme that features a drag and drop home page manager, a user-friendly bookings form, a donation manager, and a drag and drop page builder.
The theme also has support for podcasting. Sample data is provided too and the developers have created over 50 video tutorials to help you get started.
Lifeline is a flexible WordPress theme that can be used for any type of non-profit WordPress website. It boasts 13 unique home page designs and comes packaged with Visual Composer, Layer Slider and Slider Revolution. There is support for major WordPress plugins like WooCommerce and WPML too.
The theme can handle donations via PayPal and supports recurring payments. Custom post types allow you to setup and manage causes, events, news, portfolios, services, welfare projects, success stories, and video galleries.
Donations can be accepted directly through your website and there is a built-in events calendar. A drag and drop page builder and sidebar manager helps you create professional pages in seconds.
The theme also has a great number of style customisation options, a built-in contact form module, and many SEO related options.
If you are looking to build a website for your village or town or region, I recommend checking out TownPress.
The theme features a weather widget for displaying the weather in your area and a functional events manager. There is also support for displaying important notices, two documents, and support for a discussion forum.
Five colour schemes are included with the theme and Visual Composer is included to help you design professional pages.
DonateNow has a clean minimal design that will suit many fund raising websites and charities.
The template has a lot of options. It boasts two page templates for causes, four header styles, four layout styles, support for Google Fonts, and multiple image border and button styles. An event calendar is provided too and you can accept recurring donations via PayPal.
If you are searching for a simple WordPress theme for a charity, you may want to consider Aid. It does not have the same bells and whistles you will find in other themes in this list.
Aid is not without its charm. The offers unlimited colour options, donations ticker, and call to action buttons. A slider in the footer also helps you display the logo of sponsors.
17. Charity Plus
Charity Plus is a gorgeous WordPress theme that can be used for charities, fundraising websites, and other non-profit websites. It comes with five unique home page designs and a whopping 12 premium WordPress plugins.
A dedicated custom post type handles all campaigns and users can donate directly on your website. Event management is integrated into the design too. There is also great support for fonts, icons, sliders, layouts, and more.
HelpingHands is a powerful WordPress template that can be used for just about any non-profit organisation.
The theme supports single donation and multiple donation campaigns and highlights the current status of each campaign. Events can also be integrated into your website alongside a WooCommerce powered shop.
$71 worth of premium WordPress plugins are included in the package and there is a huge amount of documentation to help you understand how the theme works.
Designed for environmental websites and charities, Biosphere helps you promote your causes and accept donations. It features a modular home page that lets you pick and choose what is displayed.
An events manager is available in the theme to help display upcoming events. There’s support for WooCommerce, WMPL, and BuddyPress, too.
Gaea is a Bootstrap 3 powered environmental WordPress theme that comes with five unique home page designs.
The gorgeous home page slider is powered by the Slider Revolution plugin that is included with the theme. 12 predefined colour schemes are provided, but there are options to allow you to customise this. An events calendar is available together with options for displaying projects and an online shop.
Advocator is a professional WordPress template that was created for charities and non-profit organisations. It offers unlimited colour schemes and home page widgets to help you customise your most visited page.
It supports galleries, portfolios, and events. Donations can be made directly and you can add subscription forms to collect email addresses for MailChimp.
I hope you have found this list of non-profit WordPress themes useful. These designs were created for churches, charities, local websites, and sports clubs, but they can be used for other types of websites. Therefore, those of you who are creating a different type of website may also want to check them out.