english-squareIn the spirit of year-end giving, Name.com is offering .NGO domains for only $.99 through the end of 2016. If your NGO, nonprofit, or charity has yet to protect your organization’s primary online brand (your .ORG website and email!) by registering it’s .NGO equivalent, then please let this $.99 offer finally propel you into taking action. Too many world-renowned nonprofit digital brands are losing their first choice of .NGO domains because they are thinking short-term and not understanding the role that domain names will play in the future of digital communications and fundraising.

.ORG is 32 years old and the premium .ORG domains were reserved more than two decades ago. More than five million nonprofits, NGOs, and charities worldwide are expected to come online for the first time over the next 5 years, and as they do, .NGO will grow in use and popularity.  Whether you need to register .NGO to protect your .ORG brand or because you want to use .NGO for your web and email communications, there is no better time than now:

Step 1: Go to Name.com and search for your .NGO domain.

Step 2: Buy your .NGO domain.

Step 3: Complete the .NGO verification process at OnGood. You have to prove that your organization is a legal NGO, nonprofit, or charity (by uploading legal documentation) to use the .NGO domain .

Step 4: Redirect or use your new .NGO domain!

IMPORTANT: .NGO and .ONG are sold as a bundle. When you buy, .NGO you get .ONG for free.

The 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report
2,780 NGOs • 133 Countries • 6 Continents

Report Cover JPG 99A collaborative research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good, the 2016 Global NGO Online Technology Report is based upon the survey results of 2,780 NGOs from Africa, Asia, Australia & Oceania, Europe, North America, and South America. The research is unprecedented and provides valuable insight into the global NGO sector and its use of online technology.