When it comes to building your nonprofit website, there are a number of Content Management System (CMS) options available to you. Some are very similar, while others provide unique functionalities. As a powerful, open source platform, Drupal is a popular choice for many nonprofits, whether you are looking for a non-proprietary solution and/or particular custom components.
In The Landscape of Drupal for Nonprofits, our partners at Idealware—a nonprofit that provides thoroughly researched, impartial and accessible resources about software to help nonprofits make smart technology decisions—explores nonprofit website goals and how they fit in with Drupal, as well as providing a list of useful community-contributed modules recommended by experts and case study subjects.
Forum One is pleased to have sponsored the publication of the report and we hope that you find it useful when trying to decide if Drupal makes sense for your nonprofit’s website.
N.B. when you download your copy, be sure to also take advantage of the opportunity to receive your free e-book of Drupal 8 Theming with Twig, by Forum One’s Chaz Chumley (a $35.00 value!).