Not for profit websites

Web 105 has a long history supporting not for profits. Below is a selection of our clients we work with on an ongoing basis.

If you’d like to discuss your NFP website project and whether or not we’d be a good fit, please get in touch for a discussion.

We’re pleased to have recently launched the “reimagine – mental health, my recovery and the NDIS” project at is supporting people living with mental health conditions to navigate the NDIS.

We developed the branding and website for this important project.

Nature Conservation Trust

The mission of the NCT is to work with landowners to protect areas of outstanding biodiversity value on private land.

Protecting private land is the next vanguard of global action to address the decline in biodiversity. The importance of protecting private land was highlighted at the World Parks Congress in Sydney in November 2014 when private protected areas (PPAs) were declared to be critical for the future of biodiversity on the planet.

With government funds under increasing pressure, yet the need for a healthy biodiversity ever more paramount, the ability for many private landowners to participate in the solution is vital. As the call is heeded by more people wanting to take substantial, direct action to protect threatened species, the market for private land conservation properties will also grow and be in demand.

Web 105 designed and developed the website for NCT at

Yellow Box

Yellowbox is an initiative of the Nature Conservation Trust. Their mission is to enable everyone to support conservation on private land. This, in turn, will help ensure the survival of threatened plants and animals.

Fund a 10 square metre Yellowbox for $10 and make a direct contribution to your national heritage, on their website here:

We designed and developed the Yellow Box website, and continue to improve its features and functionality to support the site’s objectives.

CMHDARN Research Network

The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) is a partnership project between the Mental Health Coordinating Council (MHCC), the Network of Alcohol and other Drugs Agencies (NADA) and the Mental Health Commission of NSW.

CMHDARN was established in 2010 to broaden involvement of the community mental health and alcohol and other drugs sector in practice-based research and to promote the value of research and the use of research evidence in practice.

Its overall aim is to:

improve the quality of service delivery and correspondingly, the outcomes for consumers of community-managed services, and
promote increased understanding and awareness of co-existing mental health and alcohol and other drugs issues.

Web 105 was pleased to have created the website for this partnership, at