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Protect your brand by registering other domain extensions. Don’t let your competitors snatch up valuable domain names or extensions.



What is

The TLD is a subdomain of the .uk ccTLD (country code top-level domain) and was introduced in July of 1985 along with a number of other subdomains for the United Kingdom namespace. While the domain is commonly associated with non-profits and major charities, there are no restrictions on registration and you don’t have to be a registered organization to use the domain.

Why Register a Domain?

You should register a domain if your organization or charity is primarily based in the United Kingdom or serves residents of the UK. Major charities such as OXFAM, Save the Children, RSPCA and more have recognized the importance of using the domain and people in the UK have trust in the organizations associated with this domain extension. Many people often look for specific charities when evaluating donations and using the domain is a great way to stand out from the crowd.

Is the domain right for me?

The domain is perfect for any charity or non-profit organization that is based in the United Kingdom, like foundations, trusts, associations, religious organizations, and more. Residents of the United Kingdom will see after your domain name and immediately associate it with a non-profit or charity type organization, which helps strengthen your online presence and branding. Even if your organization is small, like a local gaming community, the domain is still perfect for you!

How to Choose a Domain Name? (5 Tips to Do It Right)


Stay simple

Don’t get complicated. An easy-to-remember domain is always best.


Keep it on-brand

Stay true to your brand. Be distinct but choose a domain your audience will recognize.


Add now

Don’t wait until it’s too late. That perfect domain could be gone by tomorrow if you don’t grab it now.


Drop the hyphens

Just because the internet is high-tech doesn’t mean your domain name should be.


Consider your options

Grab similar domain names to protect your brand: .net, .org, .co, or even .photo.

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Frequently Asked Questions about the ccTLD