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Technically, the website is a good way of publicly displaying the work your organization has done and reaching out to potential students. It doesn't matter what your domain is; admissions officers aren't required to check out your website (and mostly don't have time to do so). I think providing art tutoring is a good way to give back to the community, but you should emphasize more on what the organization does rather than the fact you have a website.
That is a good way of displaying your work for things like scholarships, but there are so many "organizations" by high-schoolers now that in order for it to make a difference on your applications, you need to really go above and beyond and achieve great success in helping your community (such as receiving national or global recognition for your work).