For Your Charity
Since its inception, .ORG’s identity lies in its association with non-profits and do-good organizations. For all those years, .ORG has reshaped the online world by advancing causes, creating opportunities, and most importantly, making our communities better . Redcross.org, Komen.org and WWF.org are just a few examples of not-for-profit organizations that use the .ORG domain to inspire their communities to make a difference. What’s more is that in recent years, non-profit organizations have learned to built successful and highly publicized targeted campaigns using a .ORG address.
The .ORG extension reinforces your own identity, thanks to .ORG’s long history as the preferred top-level domain for the world’s leading nonprofit organizations. .ORG is the definitive home for non-profit organizations since 1985.
More than a home for non-profits, organizations over the years have built targeted campaigns using a standalone .ORG site to complement their organizational website. A standalone .ORG domain name devoted entirely to a specific campaign, issue, or cause gives your company, organization, or group’s initiative greater focus and, potentially, a wider audience. It also provides an air of greater authority and credibility. For example, the American Heart Association runs four distinct campaigns, each with its own .ORG web address: Go Red For Women (goredforwomen.org), Go Red Por Tu Corazón (goredcorazon.org), Start! (startwalkingnow.org), and Power To End Stroke (powertoendstroke.org).