Are you a non-profit in need of a website but don’t have a large budget? Or, do you have a Non-profit client on a limited budget?  Then Big Max’s Studio’s Non-profit Child Theme is for you.

This Child Theme is compatible with Divi Version 3+.

Non-profit will work for any non-profit. All you need to do is drop in your content and images.

The Child Theme comes with the following 10 preconfigured page layouts:

  • About
  • Ticket
  • Events
  • Success Stories (Blog)
  • Contact
  • Terms and Conditions
  • Privacy
  • Board of Directors
  • All necessary WooCommerce pages (Cart and Checkout)

Non-Profit has Elegant Themes’ “Divi 100 Article Card” plugin installed for blog posts, again all you have to do is start blogging and the design is already taken care of for you.

Caldera Forms is installed and comes with two predesigned forms:

Volunteer
Contact

Installed but not configured plugins include:

Bloom
Monarch
iThemes Security
Wordfence Security

To view a demo and purchase Non-profit click here.

Disclaimer

This child theme requires the Divi Theme from Elegant Themes parent theme to be installed. You need an active Elegant Themes subscription for this child theme to work which is not included in the purchase price of this product. To use the Monarch and Bloom plugins you must have a developer level membership.

License information

Once purchased, you are free to use this Child Theme for both personal and commercial use on as many sites as you like for as long as you like. You may install this product on any number of websites that you build for yourself or your clients. You will receive 6 months support – premium support charges may be incurred after this period. Updates are for the life of the product.

I am an awarding winning logo and website designer who when not designing logos and websites, likes to write about how the industry has changed and what it looks to become in the future. I started designing websites around 1995. For the past 8 years, all sites have been developed in WordPress. Originally, I would develop the site in HTML and then convert those files to WordPress. Today all child themes are built on the framework of Divi. Guest blogger at 3lovablelabs,  Tropic Moon Media, and Patti & Hank.

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