TYPO3 for Non-profits

Non-profits and NGOs (non governmental organizations) recognize TYPO3 as an excellent choice for building their web sites. Not only is TYPO3 a free open source system, it also has the enterprise-level capabilities needed for their diverse requirements.

Carnegie Corporation

In their centennial year the Carnegie Corporation launched their new web site built with TYPO3. It uses TYPO3 features including News, RSS Feeds, and file downloads. Users can search a database to learn more about over 10,000 grants awarded.

Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center

The world-famous The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center joins seven institutions in the battle against cancer. Their web site is built with TYPO3 and includes news, calendars and email newsletters. Over fifty people contribute to the site and their efforts are coordinated using TYPO3's workflow controls. Front end access is enabled for users from all seven institutions through a custom extension, so users only have to remember a single password.

The conversion from a static to a responsive design was eased by TYPO3's separation of design from content.