Our  Happy  Customers

“The Liztech Design Team worked exceptionally & creatively well in the beautiful design of the organization’s signature pin which proved to be a very successful fundraiser”.


- Sister Marion & Pat

Catholic Social Services

“Having this pin designed was having a dream come true and knowing HOPE will always continue. Everyone at Liztech was wonderful to work with”.


- Pam

Relay for Life

"Sharon and I loved the design process. Evelyn and Jill were very perceptive and open to our suggestions. You very gently guided us in the right direction and as a result the pin is awesome. This has worked well for us."


Pocono Area Transitional Housing

"We were thrilled to collaborate with Jill and her team to produce our giraffe pin. Liztech is an icon in our community, and we are proud to be associated with them and grateful for their support of our organization. We have had a tremendous response to our pin and have reordered several times and have shipped pins as far away as Texas and California!"


The Growing Place

“This pin is beautiful and full of meaning. People enjoy wearing it and feel good about supporting our mission. As a matter of fact, we hope to have a new pin designed in the future”.


- Linda

Safe Haven

"We are delighted with our Liztech fundraising pin. The Liztech staff was so cordial, creative and easy to work with throughout the whole process. They truly had the "heart" to translate our ideas into a work of art that told our agency's story."


Visual Impairment & Blindness Services

"Liztech worked very hard with our ideas to come up with the final pin. A very positive experience. The design process went smoothly and we are very pleased.


Special Olympics

"Our LSL pin has visually captured the essence of our organization and what we stand for. It has exceeded our expectation for fundraising as a long term project. Just by wearing it, our members find strangers approaching to ask about it and where it can be purchased. The Gallery at Liztech and Liztech.com have also helped us sell the pins."


Children Hospital of Philadelphia