Extend Web Services was developed in August of 2007 to meet the website needs of Pregnancy Help Centers. We realized the need to make sure that Pregnancy Help Centers had a web presence while providing accurate and up to date information regarding the most important topics. We have utilized the expertise of Heartbeat International's Medical and Legal Advisory Board with the talents and skills of our Web Administrative staff to provide Pregnancy Help Centers with professional and accurate websites.
We realize that you have more important work to do than design a new web page or troubleshoot a web program. Extend Web Services sets you free to focus on your core mission while still giving you the strong online presence your clients need. Don't spend thousands of dollars creating a website. Through Extend Web Services, you can have a high-impact client website with minimal investment.
Our team has many years of experience designing and developing websites. We are experts at making sure your website is attracting the abortion-minded client and representing your center in a way that will make your clients feel comfortable with the service they will receive. Most importantly, we have a passion for this movement and we are answering the call of God on our lives by providing this service to you!
Your Partners in Pregnancy Help
With a background in Software (Penn State) and Mechanical Engineering (University of Wisconsin – Madison), Jim started professional life in Locomotive Repair and moved through Space Vehicle manufacture. After working within Energy Services, he now writes custom software and applications for his own business.
Jim is husband to DonnaLee, and father of 2 grown children – one of whom is married and also works for Heartbeat; the other is getting settled in his new job as a chemist.
While in High School, Jim was profoundly struck when the need for Pregnancy Support reached national and world awareness, and committed to helping wherever possible. Together with DonnaLee and their 2 children, they fostered around 20 newborns as new parents sorted out their lives and confirmed the choices made. Having to lay that work aside for a time, he was delighted to find a need of technical services within the Pregnancy Help movement and, in 2017, he joined the Extend Web Services team.