Industry: Nonprofits

  • Pottstown FARM

    Pottstown FARM

    Hired by this nonprofit organization to build them a new website that showcased not only their schedule of Farmer’s market events but also the variety of vendors participating. Built with GeneratePress theme developer on WordPress, CWT Websites used custom post types and taxonomies to create vendor pages. Developed and built forms and processes to automate…

  • Boyertown State Theatre

    Boyertown State Theatre

    CWT Websites has built two websites for Boyertown State Theatre. The current website is built with React and WordPress to make it fast, easy to find out movie times, and buy tickets.

  • Mosaic CLT

    Mosaic CLT

    CWT Websites has built two websites for Mosaic CLT. Recently, we updated their website and built out tools so that users can make donations to the organization as well as become members easier.

  • Boyertown Area Historical Society

    Boyertown Area Historical Society

    Replacing a much-older hardcoded website, CWT Websites built an easy-to-use and -update WordPress website with Event Management and eCommerce tools.

  • Lower Merion Housing Authority

    Lower Merion Housing Authority

    Hired by Lower Merion Housing Authority to transition them from a legacy hardcoded website to something that staff could update easier, CWT Websites built them a WordPress-based website. We also designed applications and other forms in order to help automate and digitize some of their workflows.

  • Pottstown Housing Coalition

    Pottstown Housing Coalition

    Pottstown Housing Coalition came to CWT Websites because of our work on Mosciac Community Land Trust’s website. Understanding all the moving pieces of this organization and its goals, we began to build a website that unified all the content and presented it in a digestible format.

  • Long Lake Foundation

    Long Lake Foundation

    Changing as the Foundation has changed, this current website strikes the balance between the future goals of the Foundation as well as its current situation: operating a thrift store as a way of outreach to the community.