Schools & Non-Profits
2 little leagues merged and needed a website created that included the ability to register online. We built an informational website for them using wordpress and integrated it with Dick's Team Sports HQ website/e-commerce.
Catholic Church Parish in West Newton, PA
Incredible Kid Academy is a small size child care in a beautiful country setting in New Oxford, PA. Our goal is to bring the one on one caring of a home setting to our center and enable children to grow and learn through play and exploration of nature. We serve children from newborns through preschool in a family friendly environment where we learn through play!
URL: www.loralee.org Info: I was asked to make some updates to an existing website. It had been maintained by someone else as a Joomla site. I converted it to Wordpress and did some custom editing to a free theme for them. Host: DreamHost Client Comments: "Nice work Bill! Thank you for making this happen AND doing it so quickly with no notice!"
Website that I built for the Vandergrift Improvement Program to promote the AK Valley's small businesses.
This charity is for ALL children that are battling either serious, chronic or mental illness. We believe that these children are ALL superheroes. I create a superhero mask and a personalized card based upon what their interests are and what their favorite color is. Near their birthday I send out a birthday package filled with goodies that are age appropriate. I send to kids ages 0-19. Each year on their birthday they will get a birthday package from Superheroes Believe in Miracles.
URL: www.thetrojannews.org & homework.thetrojannews.org Host: siteground.com Info: Both of these sites are for Bill's school. The first is a wordpress install for the school's newspaper club. The second site is a wordpress install that allows the teachers to easily update their online biographies and homework pages.
Website that I built for the Vandergrift Improvement Program to take their annual Artfest digital when COVID 19 threatened to cancel it.
The West Newton Cemetery has been a vista of beauty since its founding in 1852. It exemplifies a new movement in the United States during the 1850s: a community-oriented cemetery that serves more than one specific family or religion.