NonProfit CMS joins Gray Digital Group

Gray Digital Group is a full service digital marketing agency in San Antonio, TX.

Gray Digital Group works with clients all over the country. Our client base is comprised of large national health systems, small to medium-sized businesses, law firms and non-profits.

Our Location

117 W Mistletoe Ave, San Antonio TX 78212

Office: (210) 820-0566
Fax: (210) 829-8361

Part of Gray Digital Group

Latest from the Blog


Non-profit Website Hosting

Posted on March 6th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |March 6th, 2010

Anyone who signs up for NonprofitCMS is hosted securely with Rackspace USA. Rackspace is the industry leader in website hosting, in particular for their state of the art platform for cloud technology.   For $30/month you get our premier non profit website hosting with Rackspace, read more

Nonprofit Blog Design

Posted on February 24th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |February 24th, 2010

NonprofitCMS specializes in creating and customizing beautiful blogs on WordPress for your nonprofit organization. There are two choices for creating your blog depending on your budget: a template based design and a custom designed blog. There are literally of thousands of pre-made WordPress blog templates read more

Nonprofit Web Design Tips for your Organization

Posted on February 8th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |February 8th, 2010

We recently posted a blog article about the best practices of nonprofit web design. This article is meant to elaborate on the best practices, but more specifically, talk about what nonprofit organizations should expect during the entire web design process. Whether you are a small read more

Benefits of adding an online poll to your nonprofit website

Posted on February 5th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |February 5th, 2010

Once you begin using customer surveys as part of your marketing, you will learn amazing and better ways of connecting with your supporters.  NonprofitCMS’ non profit polls module gives you the ability to quickly and effectively gain valuable information and feedback from your user community. read more

Nonprofit Event Registration for WordPress

Posted on January 30th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |January 30th, 2010

A frequent request from nonprofits is the need for a cost effective solution for managing and collecting online payments for events and fundraisers. Our wordpress event registration module for WordPress has tons of cool features that can have your nonprofit raising money in no time. read more

Using Analytics to Boost the Reach of your Nonprofit

Posted on January 25th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |January 25th, 2010

Great – your nonprofit organization has a robust website with built-in blogging and connectivity to social media, now what? Analytics is a valuable tool in understanding how our content is accessed, read and disseminated. Analytics however is not the silver bullet to ensuring success. Understanding read more

Event Calendars for WordPress, Nonprofit Edition

Posted on January 25th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |January 25th, 2010

There are dozens of Event Calendar plugins out there for WordPress. I’ve installed and tried a majority of them, mostly with disappointing results. Here are my top 3 recommendations for nonprofit organizations looking to get a free but powerful event calendar up and running on read more

Integrating YouTube in a WordPress Site

Posted on January 12th, 2010 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |January 12th, 2010 showcases just how easy it is to embed YouTube videos in a WordPress site. The open source Smart YouTube plugin powers NonProfitCMS’s video module. Smart YouTube also supports playback of high quality videos, works on iPhone, produces xHTML valid code, allows you to display read more

Nonprofit Web Design – Best Practices (Part 1)

Posted on December 29th, 2009 by Timothy Spell
By Admin |December 29th, 2009

To a regular web developer, building a website for a corporation and building a nonprofit website are basically the same thing. When I first started out in website design, I thought this as well. It was not until I started doing nonprofit web design exclusively read more