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NGO Happy Layout Pack feature
 
The NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack created by the OPTe design team will always be free!

This free Divi Layout Pack for NGO websites has eleven professionally designed pages that will give visitors a clear representation of what your organization does. Your NGO website needs to attract visitors’ attention while also conveying trust and loyalty.

It’s extremely simple to make this layout your own. Just insert your written content and high-quality images, change the color scheme, design your navigation, and your NGO website is ready to go!

The NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack includes:

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NGO.Happy full layout pack
 

NGO.Happy Home Page


NGO.Happy Home page

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NGO.Happy About Page


NGO.Happy About page layout

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NGO.Happy Program Page Design 1


NGO.Happy Program page layout1

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NGO.Happy Program Page Design 2


NGO.Happy Program page layout2

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NGO.Happy Program Description Page Design 1


NGO.Happy Program description page layout1

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NGO.Happy Program Description Page Design 2


NGO.Happy Program description page layout2

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NGO.Happy How To Help Page


NGO.Happy how to help page

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NGO.Happy donation page

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NGO.Happy Blog Page (News)


NGO.Happy blog page

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NGO.Happy gallery page

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NGO.Happy Contact Page


NGO.Happy contact page

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Key Features

The free NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack is great for several types of nonprofit organizations. Our designers decided on a bright red color scheme to grab people’s attention. The color also represents love. The feeling of giving. The heart.

It was important for us not to go overboard or that could impact the professionalism of the site. This, in turn, would impact people’s trust. How bad would that be? Considering the main goal of NGO websites is to promote programs in order to raise money to later make even greater impacts.

No NGO website would be complete without a way to ask for and receive donations. Our next plugin highlight will be featuring Give – the highest rated, most downloaded, and best-supported donation plugin for WordPress. Stay tuned!
 

Live Demos

Click the links below to see live demos of the free NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack by OPTe!

  1. NGO.Happy Home Page (Live Demo)
  2. NGO.Happy About Page (Live Demo)
  3. NGO.Happy Program Page Design 1 (Live Demo)
  4. NGO.Happy Program Page Design 2 (Live Demo)
  5. NGO.Happy Program Description Page Design 1 (Live Demo)
  6. NGO.Happy Program Description Page Design 2 (Live Demo)
  7. NGO.Happy How To Help Page (Live Demo)
  8. NGO.Happy Donation Page (Live Demo)
  9. NGO.Happy Blog Page – News (Live Demo)
  10. NGO.Happy Gallery Page (Live Demo)
  11. NGO.Happy Contact Page (Live Demo)

 

No Licensing Restrictions


NGO.Happy layout image assets

All photos included in the free NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack do not have any licensing restrictions. So, use them in any project without having to worry about licensing fees, attributing the photographer, or any other legal restrictions.

Enjoy your free NGO.Happy Divi Layout Pack by OPTe!
 

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