9 Non-Profit Child Themes for Divi

Posted on July 27, 2019 by in Resources | 11 comments

9 Non-Profit Child Themes for Divi

There are lots of nonprofit organizations across the globe. Just about every one of them needs a well-designed website to tell their story and receive donations to help their causes. Divi is an excellent theme for nonprofits such as charities. Fortunately, you don’t have to start from scratch for your nonprofit website. In this article, we’ll look at 9 nonprofit child themes for Divi to help you get started on your next Divi project.

The child themes provide a range of features, so there’s sure to be something here to help with your project. Let’s take a look at the child themes, which are in no particular order.

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1. Charity

Charity has 7 pages including Causes and Volunteers pages. The home page shows the hero section with a CTA. Under this is a section for causes that shows causes as blurbs. A donation CTA shows an image to one side with bar counters in the other. It also includes blurbs, circle counters, person modules, blog posts, and more. The Causes page shows each cause within a card that looks like a blog post. The card includes the image, text, and button, and a bar to show how much has been raised and the goal. The Volunteers page shows blurbs with the types of things that volunteers are needed for. Following this is the person’s photo in a thumbnail with their name, description, and button.

Price: $69 | More Information

2. Charitypluz

Charitypluz has over a dozen pages and includes two home pages, Causes, and Volunteers. The first home page shows causes within cards. It shows the image at the top with the text under it, and a circle counter overlaps both. The bottom of the card shows the amount raised and the goal. The volunteers are shown within styled person modules. It also includes a gallery, testimonials, and a blog section. The second home page adds more styling to the causes, bar counters, and blurbs. The Causes pages include Lists and Details. Lists shows causes in cards. The Details pages shows one cause in a large card.

Price: $64 | More Information

3. Divi Charity

Divi Charity comes with 9 pages including Causes and several for Events. The home page displays a full-width slider with a contact CTA. Following this is a set of blurbs with donation information. A section for the latest causes shows them in large cards with an image, description, read more link, and amount and goal information. It also includes information with images, number counters, blurbs, and styled blog cards. The Causes page displays the causes as blog cards with the goal and raised amount. The Events page shows events in cards that look like blog posts. The Events Details displays them as single blog posts and includes recent news. Images include lots of hover animations.

Price: $29 | More Information

4. Charitable Foundation

Charitable Foundation includes 5 main pages. The home page shows two CTAs in the hero section with a two-side button that’s separated in the middle. CTAs and information are shown in small sliders that look like different colored cards over a background image. It also includes a newsletter opt-in in full-width over a background image, a blog section, and contact section. The Apply page provides information as text and within accordions. It includes a hover effect within the menu.

Price: $79 | More Information

5. Divi Nonprofit

Divi Nonprofit comes with close to 20 pages and includes multiple home pages for different types of nonprofit organizations. It includes over 100 custom icons. The main home page displays a full-screen slider with an embedded donation box. Following this is a section of blurbs with custom icons. An events section displays events as cards, which takes you to an events page with an embedded calendar. It also includes styled CTAs, blog, shop, projects, email forms, and more. The Donation page embeds a detailed donation box. The Charity home page focuses on specific people or causes and displays them in styled blurbs. The Give WP plugin is integrated into the child theme.

Price: $59 | More Information

6. Lavanya

Lavanya comes with 10 pages including three home pages designed for different types of websites. One of those homepages is called Non Profit. This home page displays a full-screen image with tagline and CTA. Under this is a section of blurbs with styled icons for causes. Full-width sections display extra-wide images on one side and a block of color on the other. Both are overlapped with a block of text for the title, description, and button. Several of these alternate positions as you scroll down the page. It also includes embedded video, blurbs over patterned backgrounds, a blog section, testimonials, a subscription form, and a contact form.

Price: $75 | More Information

7. nonProfit

nonProfit comes with 7 main pages and all of the WooCommerce pages to integrate WooCommerce into your website. The home page displays a full-screen CTA in true parallax. Following this is a styled blog section that displays a large blog post on the left and lots of smaller posts in a stack on the right. A section for events displays information in blurbs and includes a CTA. Services are displayed within blurbs that blend with the background. The menu displays a CTA to the Donate page, which displays donation options as WooCommerce products. The Volunteer page includes a styled Caldera form. It includes the Divi 100 Article Cards plugin for the blog styling.

Price: $47 | More Information

8. Donate

Donate comes with 6 main pages including a campaign page and a cause page. The home page shows a full-width image with a tagline and a donate button. Following this is a section for recent causes, displaying each cause within a donation card. The card shows the image, title, description, amount needed, amount raise, a read more link, and several boxes to choose the amount to donate. The About information is shown within circled blurbs and bar counters are used to show where the donations go. It also includes a number counter, blog posts, and a CTA. The menu includes hover animations. It uses the Give plugin.

Price: $79 | More Information

9. Nonprofit One Page

Nonprofit One Page has lots of styled buttons with CSS animations to draw attention to the CTAs. It includes a hero section with tagline and button. Following this is an about section with blurbs over a background in true parallax and a button to download information. A map shows the locations where the nonprofit works across the globe. Team members are shown within a slider. A section of blurbs includes a donation button. It also includes styled number counters, testimonials, blog posts, and a contact form.

Price: $39 | More Information

Ending Thoughts

That’s our look at 9 nonprofit child themes for Divi to help you get a head start on your next Divi project. These child themes provide the pages and customizations that nonprofit websites need. Some make it easy to set up your own donation system while others include donation integration to make giving easy. Regardless of the features you need, there’s sure to be something here on this list to help.

We want to hear from you. Have you tried any of these nonprofit child themes for Divi? Let us know what you think about them in the comments below.

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  1. Just wondering, as these are child themes, who is responsible for providing support if something goes wrong?

    • The creators of the child themes would be responsible.

  2. Hi Randy,

    Thanks for including my child theme nonProfit!


  3. Hi Randy,

    Thanks for sharing, Nice post.

    Good Job.

  4. Child Themes helps to upgrade the parent theme without affecting the customization we made in our site. Child themes are user friendly and supports the necessary changes as per your need. Here, the mentioned 9 non profit child themes for Divi will certainly help users on their next Divi project. Thank you for writing this post.

  5. I am the only one who think non-profit themes should be for free…? I’m currently work for two dog shelter’s website, absolutely pro bono. Not because I have too much money or time -opposite. Just because they deserve it.

    Divi makes the World better place, so Divi childs needs to do the same.

  6. Hi Randy

    Can we use Non profit one page as Landing page would it be suitable ?


    • Thank you for sharing this resource Randy. I’ve been on the lookout for more non-profit website inspiration on Divi.


  7. Hi Randy,

    Thanks for sharing the great non profit child themes.

    I love this “Divi Charity” theme btw

  8. Thanks for this awesome list. I think about using Divi Non Profit, it is really simple and elegant.

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