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Charity WordPress Websites: Building WordPress websites for environmental charities

In this blog post, I will explore a few WordPress websites I have built for environmental charities and organisations who are making the world a better place.

In today’s digital age, having a strong online presence is essential for any organisation, especially environmental charities and non-profits. A well-designed website can serve as a powerful tool to raise awareness, engage supporters, and drive positive change. WordPress, the web’s most popular content management system, offers a versatile platform for creating visually appealing and functional websites tailored to the specific needs of environmental organisations.

Charity websites provide global reach and act as a marketing tool to continually spread a charity’s message anywhere in the world, all day and night. Quite powerful, hey?


wiltshire chalk
Wiltshire Chalk Partnership

Wiltshire Chalk Partnership (WCP) is a group of organisations and landholders including Natural Englandthe RSPB and the National Trust. The Partnership have come together to help protect and enhance the unique chalk grassland habitats found in the county of Wiltshire, near Bristol.


Read more on how I built this website.

avon needs trees
Avon Needs Trees

Avon Needs Trees (ANT) is a charity working to increase the number of trees in and around my home town, Bristol. Over recent centuries the Bristol-Avon catchment area has lost most of its woodland and is now one of the most deforested parts of the UK.

ANT create new permanent woodland to help both the climate and biodiversity crises. They have a number of woodlands where they have planted and maintain thousands of native trees to improve biodiversity and capture C02.


Read more on how I built this website.

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The Great Bustard Group

Globally, the Great Bustard is at risk of extinction. Classed as Vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Globally Threatened Species, it’s estimated that there are fewer than 35,000 Great Bustards left in the wild.

Created in 1998, the Great Bustard Group is on a mission to save this beautiful bird, reintroducing it to the wild and campaigning for increased protection from man-made and natural threats.


Rob Greenfield - Jay Burt Web Development, Bristol
Robin Greenfield

Rob Greenfield is an environmental campaigner, activist and adventurer. His projects have included Trash MeFood Freedom and the Food Waste Fiasco.

By undertaking extreme projects and adventures that highlight environmental issues, Rob illustrates ways  to lead a more sustainable life.

As Rob is a keen blogger, the web design had to put a focus on this. Therefore the Blog page is clearly laid out and cleanly designed, which was one of the main objectives of this web development project.


Read more on how I built this website.

So there we go! I am aiming to work 100% for environmental charities, organisations and individuals, so if you know any who need a website refresh, please get in touch. I feel like I could work day-to-day building sites for who ever’s email lands in my inbox, but I feel it is much more enjoyable and productive to work for people genuinely making the world a better place.

I also donate at least 1% of my pre-tax income to environmental non-profits, volunteer and donate to offsetting projects. (roll up, roll up, read all about it).

Building WordPress websites for environmental charities and non-profits empowers these organisations to reach a wider audience, amplify their mission, and drive positive change. By harnessing the power of WordPress’s user-friendly CMS, mobile responsiveness, SEO capabilities, and social media integration, environmental organisations can create impactful online platforms that inspire and mobilise supporters.