Please contact the organization to purchase pins or call The Gallery at Liztech for further information


shepherd's house

special olympics

stroudsburg fire company

survivor's resources

the friends of the delaware water gap national recreation area

the growing place

timmy's town center

tobyhanna newfoundland lions club

visual impairments & blindness


vna/hospice of monroe county

waggin tails pet rescue

women's resource of monroe county



Was founded in 2009 as a no-kill shelter, dedicated to caring for homeless, abused and neglected companion animals throughout Monroe County. Furthering our humane mission, the A.W.S.O.M. Animal Wellness Center provides low-cost spay and neuter and wellness services to the public. We are a non-profit corporation with every dollar benefitting local animals in need. 

WWW.AWSOMANIMALS.COM or Find Us on Facebook at A.W.S.O.M.


This pin is to honor all firefighters for the sacrifices they make. Blue Ridge Hook & Ladder Fire Company remains all volunteer. The Auxiliary support the Fire Company through a wide variety of fundraising efforts. Our Auxiliary has worked with Liztech Jewelry to design this Flame of Courage pin as our latest fundraising effort.

Please don't forget to support your local Fire Company.

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Blue ridge Hook & Ladder

This pin is to honor all firefighters for the sacrifices they make. Blue Ridge Hook & Ladder Fire Company remains all volunteer. The Auxiliary support the Fire Company through a wide variety of fundraising efforts. Our Auxiliary has worked with Liztech Jewelry to design this Flame of Courage pin as our latest fundraising effort.

Please don't forget to support your local Fire Company.

For details


developmental educational services

There was a young man walking down a deserted beach just before dawn. In the distance he saw a frail old man. As he approached the old man, he saw him picking up stranded starfish and throwing them back into the sea. The young man gazed in wonder as the old man again and again threw the small starfish from the sand to the water. He asked him, "Why do you send so much energy doing what seems to be a waste of time?" The old man explained that the stranded starfish would die if left in the morning sun. "But there must be thousands of beaches and millions of starfish," exclaimed the young man, "How can your effort make any difference?" The old man looked down at the small starfish in his hand and as he threw it to safety in the sea said... "It makes a difference to this one."

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Devereux Foundation

“ As our son Steve was growing up, we never imagined that we’d find anyone that would care about him as much as we do, but we have. Our son has found at Devereux, a very happy and fulfilling life.
-M.T., Steve’s mom

Forging Hope for Families is our primary mission throughout Devereux’s residential and day programs that are privately set throughout the Pocono/Northeast. Devereux’s services exist beyond any four walls. Our consumers belong to churches and synagogues and sing in their choirs. They have vital friendships, jobs, shop and picnic locally and volunteer in community projects.
Our founder, special educator Helena Devereux, said in 1912: “Every person is a program.”

The non-profit Devereux Foundation – Pocono Center, for over 26 years, creates communities of hope for adults with special needs, such as mental retardation, TBI/head injury, emotional disorders, autism, and dementia.


Everyday hundreds of thousands of calls for help are answered by Emergency Medical Services. The dedication, compassion and professionalism displayed by those in EMS is not by chance. The passion of an EMS worker is displayed everyday and forever captured in the six points of the Star of Life. Thank you for your support of our EMS services.

To order contact .

Dr. Peter Favini Paramedic Scholarship Foundation


Domestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center Inc.

Domestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center Inc., incorporated in 1980, is a non-profit organization which provides services to Warren County residents who are victims, or potential victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The mission of the Domestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center is to help prevent domestic violence and sexual assault and to provide services to individuals, their families and significant others who have experienced either or both. This pin with its "rising sun" represents a new day and a new beginning for victims and their families. Through our "umbrella" of programs and services our staff is able to provide a safe haven and offer assistance to help women through the struggles and entanglement of their lives, represented by the intertwining beadwork, all with the hope of being able to "bloom" and grow into a life free of violence. These programs and services would not be available without the long time support and generosity of individuals and businesses in the community. Thank you for your donation and for helping us to be able to make a difference!

24 Hour Hotline 908-475-8408 ....... For more information please go to:


The "ES" logo is a symbol of the East Stroudsburg High School South Family. Together with East Stroudsburg High School South and the East Stroudsburg Community - Parent - Teacher - Student Association (ESCPTSA) recognizes the importance of bringing everyone together as a diverse community. ESHS-South has a rich history of success since their beginning in 1970. With your support of this fundraiser the ESCPTSA will be able to continue to add chapters of success into the future of our students and schools. As a result, the community will prosper with a brighter future.

Email for more information.

East Stroudsburg High School South Family


East Stroudsburg North Campus Pin - The Timberwolf

East Stroudsburg North Campus Pin - This timberwolf pin was designed exclusively for the East Stroudsburg Area North Campus school district, the Bushkill PTO, and the L.C.P.T.A. While proud to be part of the East Stroudsburg Area school district, the three schools that comprise the North Campus are equally proud of our own campus identity. We have used our school colors - Carolina blue, black and silver, as well as our mascot the Timberwolf as the inspiration for this unique pin. Our timberwolf mascot is part of our intense campus pride. It has even motivated the adoption of a timberwolf named Shilo by the High School North students. Shilo resides at the Lakota Wolf Preserve in Columbia, New Jersey. We thank all those who purchase this pin for helping to support us in our efforts to further the education of all the wonderful students who attend our campus.

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Easter Seals Eastern PA offers assessment, treatment, family support and community education – assisting children and young adults living with disabilities to lead healthy, productive lives. Nationally, Easter Seals is the leading non-profit provider of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, and other special needs. The lily -- a symbol of spring -- was officially incorporated as Easter Seals' logo in 1952 for its association with resurrection and new life and has appeared on each seal since.

Easter Seals


This pin celebrates the 10th anniversary of the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Celebrations Breakfast at East Stroudsburg University. Its design is intended to personify the humanistic and inspirational values and principles espoused by the late Dr. King such as leadership, courage, diversity, and social justice. In Dr. King's words: "And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, or politic, nor popular; but one must take it because it is right."

For more information visit:

ESU - Celebrating Dr. King


Fitzmaurice Community Services, Inc. is dedicated to building bright futures for people with special needs, their families and the staff who support them. FCS creates an environment for persons with disabilities that foster independence, productivity and inclusion through customized services provided by highly-qualified employees.

For more information the Fitzmaurice web site.

Fitzmaurice Community Services, Inc.


Friends of the Eastern Monroe Public Library

Friends of the EMPL help promote literacy, offer community and cultural events, and support the goals of the library. The open book design can inspire you to learn more, read more, and turn the pages to your own new adventures.

Friends of Scouting

The ON MY HONOR pin, commissioned by Friends of Scouting for the Minsi Trails Council, BSA, honors Scouting's rich heritage in northeastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey. The Minis Trails Council spans six counties... from Pennsylvania's Anthracite Region and the Pocono Mountains to the Lehigh Valley. Our Scouting heritage dates back to 1910 when Scout troops were first established in Allentown and Easton. Honor is fundamental to our Scouting heritage and key to the Scout Oath.

Providing a fun, safe, yet challenging environment where youth are put into leadership roles is Scouting's way of developing tomorrow's leaders. The MinsiTrails Council serves about 32,000 youth through the leadership of 5,500 adult volunteers. For more 
information call the Minsi Trails Council at (800) 360-6551 or visit us at Proceeds benefit Minsi Trails Council.


Friends of Stroud Region Open Space & Recreation

A swirl joins water, land, and air with its living resources in a beautiful portrayal of the value of Open Space preservation in the Poconos. In one simple yet elegant flourish, the design captures the Stroud Region's Levee Loop Trail, the ever-present cycle of life, and the interconnectedness of the greenway and all we cherish...

The Friends of Stroud Region open Space and Recreation Commission helps preserve and protect open space within the Brodhead, McMichael, and Pocono Creeks Greenway system, while supporting recreational, educational, environmental and cultural opportunities for all who live and work in the Stroud Region. Discover more of the Friends current projects , special events, and other opportunities at Your support is greatly appreciated!for more information...


Greg Moyer Defibrillator Fund

Gregory W. Moyer Defibrillator Fund donates automated external defibrillators (AED's) to schools, YMCA's, libraries, ambulance corps and youth groups. Donations help to support the fund. For more information, visit

Mountainhome United 
Methodist Church

The Mountainhome United Methodist Church Joyful Pin/Pendant monies from this project will help to fund the restoration of these precious stained glass windows.
The 'Fleur-de-lis" design of the pin is prominent in all of the resplendent stained glass windows of the Mountainhome United Methodist Church. The original sanctuary of 1859 was simultaneously demolished in 1913 as the new church was being constructed, to accommodate the growing congregation. Our pin commemorates the 100 years of joyful worship in the 'new" sanctuary.

To purchase or for more information please contact Barbara at 570.595.7630 or email 


Lynn Saligman League

In 1956, 12 year old Lynn Saligman died in a house fire. Her death left a hole in the hearts of her friends who decided to honor her memory by raising funds for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Little did anyone know that young girls could actually do this. Through the years, Lynn's friends became a constant presence at the hospital, volunteering and hosting patient parties and bake sales. Ultimately, we would be known as the Lynn Saligman League, as we took on major fundraising responsibilities. To date, well over $1,000,000 has been raised to help strengthen the hospital's excellent core programs and fuel ground breaking research. For 50 years, the name Lynn Saligman has stood for a passionate commitment to the patients of Children's Hospital. 

Monroe County 4-H


The Heart of 4-H
Head, Heart, Hands, Health

Monroe County 4-H welcomes all youth ages 5 to18. 4-H members meet in groups to have fun, meet new people, build self confidence, learn responsibility, and to set and achieve goals. 4-H helps prepare young people to become leaders who are productive contributing members of our diverse society. Caring, screened adult as volunteers to mentor youth participating in over 150 educational projects. To sign up or to get involved, please call the Monroe County Cooperative Extension Office. We look forward to hearing from you. 570.421.6430

Teaching Youth to use their head, heart, hands, health to make the best better! Thank you for your support!

For more information please go to:

Monroe County Historical Society

This pin is to honor all firefighters for the sacrifices they make. Blue Ridge Hook & Ladder Fire Company remains all volunteer. The Auxiliary support the Fire Company through a wide variety of fundraising efforts. Our Auxiliary has worked with Liztech Jewelry to design this Flame of Courage pin as our latest fundraising effort.

Please don't forget to support your local Fire Company.

For details


Monroe County Meals on Wheels

Since 1972, Monroe County Meals on Wheels volunteers have been delivering two meals a day, 5 days a week to people who are unable to shop or prepare meals for themselves because of advancing age, disability, short-term recuperation or long-term illness. Proceeds from the sale of this pin will be used to help provide meals for the 25% of our clients whose incomes are at or below poverty level but for whom there are no government funds available.


Monroe County Transportation Authority

MCTA’s Pocono Pony - once upon a time, 25 years ago, the Monroe County Transportation Authority began providing service to a very small community. With a 1947 GMC bus, purchased for $1.00, the MCTA shifted into gear. Recent years have seen significant growth. All of our 40 buses are now ADA accessible. MCTA provides transportation to seniors, students, workers, shoppers and many others. This pin is fashioned after our newest addition, the Pocono Pony. The energy of the Pocono Pony is harnessed with waves of green capturing the beautiful rolling hillsides of the Pocono’s and blue gemstones symbolizing clear skies and lakes within our county.

The Pocono Pony…a free spirit in motion.

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Monroe County Women's Bowling Association

Bowling is able to trace its rootsbased on archeologists finding a child's grave that resembled 
modern tenpins. The Monroe County Women's Bowling Association dates back to 1947. As of 2007, the Women's Board serves approximately 600 women bowlers from four bowling centers. 
Local bowlers are recognized yearly for either bowling scores or service to their leagues.

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Midwest FUSTA Highland Dancer

This dancer is shown in the midst of a "Highland Fling". A move that depicts the strength, beauty and grace of Highland Dancing.

Each year Highland dancers qualify in one of six regions within the U.S. for the privilege of competing at the United States Inter-Regional Highland Dancing Championships. In 2010, the Midwest Region of FUSTA will be hosting the USIR in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan.

Thank you for supporting the continuing tradition and heritage of Scottish Highland Dancing.

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Moravian Church

The Moravian Church is a Protestant worldwide mission oriented church. Sales of the pin support our mission in Nepal. It is adorned with Swarovski crystals and a vintage center stone that represents the azure blue skies of Nepal. The points represent God’s love spreading throughout the whole world.

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Nazareth Area School District

Nazareth was once a tract of 5,000 acres owned by William Penn’s family. The tax to the Penn heirs on this land was one red rose. This tradition led to Nazareth being known as “The Barony of the Rose.” The Nazareth Area School District strives to Focus on Learning, Build Character, and Shape the Future. Our symbol, the Blue Eagle, is a “majestic bird with dignity, great strength and quick daring, that conquers, and above all, flies high,” (Andy Leh:”Father of Nazareth Athletics.”) We hope you enjoy our Blue Eagle with one red rose in its talons. Come visit us and see the beauty of Nazareth.


NCC Alumni Association


Northampton Community College is the top choice for students of all ages seeking an excellent, accessible and affordable college education in northeastern Pennsylvania. Over 300,000 students have taken advantage of NCC career and degree programs in arts and sciences, business and technology, education, health care, and social and leisure services. The NCC Alumni Association, among the oldest community college alumni associations in the country, actively promotes the value of education and the welfare of NCC while providing an ongoing connection between former students and NCC today. This Liztech pin, specially designed for Northampton Community College Alumni Association, reflects the endeavor, hope, diversity and success which NCC is proud to share with past, present and future students and with the entire College community. Learn more about the College and the NCC Alumni Association at

Optimum Chance


This pin was created as a memorial to Barbara Salamy, founder and Director of Optimum Chance, to celebrate her life and contributions to young children with disabilities and their families. Barbara was an R.N. (with a holistic philosophy) working with an early intervention team of therapists and instructors, treating children aged birth-to-three with challenging disabilities. In 1993, under the auspices of Optimum Chance, Barbara took the process to St. Kitts/Nevis in the Caribbean. She and her team provided services to over 600 children over the course of 10 years. Barbara died of ovarian cancer in September 2006, but her team continues, having made their 11th visit in March 2007.

Thie pin signifies a mother and her infant in a design that memorializes the Optimum Chance effforts. The teal stones incorporated in the design signify the awareness of ovarian cancer. All profits from this pin will go toward continuing the work of the Optimum Chance Team.

For more information please email: or call 908-879-1229

PASA Women's Caucus

“The purpose of the PASA Women’s Caucus is to improve the status, rights and opportunities of women in educational leadership.”
With networking, support and professional development, the Women’s Caucus provides a proud history, strong foundation and clear pathway for those women aspiring to positions as educational leaders. Together, Women’s Caucus members encourage, inspire, mentor and celebrate each other as we continue our journey  “Beyond the Glass Ceiling.” 



Pocono Area Transitional Housing provides temporary hosing & support for homeless families with children

so they may know a home filled with with sunshine & love.


Pleasant Valley Band Parents

The Pleasant Valley Band Parents’ pin celebrates the dedication and hard work of all young musicians everywhere. Your purchase of this pin will help support hundreds of youth involved in the music programs in the Pleasant Valley School District.

For more information please contact


Pleasant Valley FOUNDATION

Friends of Pleasant Valley Manor- Give wings to our dream of enriching the
lives of our neighbors at Pleasant Valley Manor, Monroe county's only
Non-profit Nursing Home and Rehabilitation facility.

The Pocono Highland Dancers

Pocono Adopt a Greyhound

An all volunteer adoption group devoted to the care and welfare of retired racing Greyhounds. We provide medical care and foster homes until they are adopted, with love to their new home. We strive to educate the public about their desirability as pets and support the new adoptive family. Funds from the sale of this pin will help us to continue our efforts. Thank you for your support.


A troupe of young dancers who entertain, compete, and keep alive the ancient art of Scottish Highland Dancing. Established in 1975, the dancers perform locally and compete in the United States, Canada, and Scotland. Our pin is the thistle, the national flower of Scotland. History tells us that in 1263 Vikings were intent on conquering Scotland. The clever Norsemen removed their shoes to sneak up on the sleeping Scots. One of the Vikings stepped on a thistle, shouted in pain, and alerted the Scots. Scotland was saved! The thistle is a tough, prickly flower that grows wild and beautiful throughout Scotland. Highland Dancers are tough and beautiful. Hard work and ancient dances blend to become a work of art.

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The Auxiliary of the Pocono Medical Center

This custom, handcrafted pin symbolizes Pocono Medical Center "The Heart of the Community." The six-pointed star on the center stone represents the Medical Center's six service lines: Cardiovascular, Women and Children, Oncology, Primary Care, Musculoskeletal and Surgery. The gold sweep represents Pocono Medical Center's Pillars of Excellence: People, Service Quality, Finance and Growth. Like the sweep that supports the entire pin, the Pillars are the foundation of all that we do at PMC. Gold is the standard to which everyone is held. The smaller stones represent all the people that contribute to PMC's overall success. Pink is the color of love and kindness, which represents the compassion and care provided by Pocono Medical Center.

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Pocono Mts Music Boosters - Panther Pride

The PMPMB is a non-profit, volunteer association whose purpose is to support and promote the activities of the music departments of the Pocono Mountain West junior and senior high schools, by linking the students, families, faculty and community at large, in support of the belief that the arts compliment the development of the well-rounded student. Our pin, Panther Pride, displays three stars representing the Student, the Family, and the Faculty joined together to achieve this goal. It includes blue and silver beads for our school colors, and multi-color beads to celebrate our diversity. All profits from the sale of our pin will benefit the PM West music programs.

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Since 1965, Pocono Service for Families and Children (PSFC) has been dedicated to providing supportive and educational resource for the evolving needs of community children and families. Pocono Services for Families and Children's pin celebrates the unique qualities and special talents of all children in our community. Your purchase of this pin will enable PSFC to continue to provide quality early education and supportive programs to hundreds of local children and their families each year.


For more information please email:

Pocono Services for Families & Children


Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center

Look your FOXY best with this beautiful pin!
Proceeds support The Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center
Caring for more than 1.000 injured or orphaned birds and mammals annually, returning healthy animals to the wild. We continually offer outreach programs to educate the public about our local wildlife and natural resources. In addition, information is provided as requested to individuals via telephone, e-mail and our website. We are a not-for-profit, all volunteer organization that receives no state or federal funding and rely on the generosity of the people in the communities we serve. Your purchase of this pin will help us in our efforts to serve both wildlife and people. 


Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, located near Bangor, PA, embraces this cross as a representation of its faith in the Risen Christ. As part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we support ministry within the congregation, community and the world. The colors and shapes on the cross symbolize the following:

  • The Cross Botonée or Budded Cross: buds, growth / trefoil ends, the Trinity;

  • Crown and the color purple: royalty;

  • Olive branch: peace;

  • Green: growth and renewal;

  • Red: the blood of Christ/ unconditional love; celebration within the church year;

The symbol of the Cross and Crown stands for Jesus and unswerving faithfulness.

Prince of Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church


Parent Teacher Organzation (PTO) of Swiftwater Intermediate School funds educational and recreational activities for students in these schools. Donations help to support these activities. For more information 

PTO of Swiftwater Intermediate School


In 1865, God had placed upon the hearts of William and Catherine Booth the desire to reach the poor, the destitute, the hungry, the outcast of society by putting the gospel into action. And so, from the beginning of The Salvation Army’s history, the BLOOD of Jesus Christ and the FIRE of the Holy Spirit has compelled its founders, members, soldiers and officers to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without  discrimination.

Salvation Army


Shepherd's House

Shepherd's House offers care, comfort, shelter and love to unwed pregnant women. Donations help to support their programs. For more information, visit


Southeastern Pennsylvania Air Force Academy Parent's Association

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Air Force Academy Parent’s Association has been in existence since the early 1990’s. The association was formed for the purpose of promoting a better understanding of the United States Air Force Academy and to provide support and guidance to cadets and family members from our region. The falcon has been the mascot of the cadet wing since 1955. Members of the Class of 1959, the first to enter the Academy, chose the falcon as their mascot because they felt that it’s speed, powerful and graceful flight, courage, keen eyesight, and alertness 
best characterized the combat role of the United States Air Force. 

Our falcon pin features the Academy’s four class colors: red, yellow, blue, and silver. Proceeds from the sale of this pin will benefit these fine young men and women who have chosen to serve our country as future officers of the United States Air Force. 

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"Let me win... But if I cannot win... Let me be brave in the attempt." The Special Olympic athlete depicted on our pin demonstrates the courage and joy experienced by each athlete. Monroe County Special Olympics provides sports training and competitions to develop physical fitness as well as a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship. Your purchase of this pin will help continue the success of our program and the opportunities it provides our athletes.

For more information please go to the Monroe County Special Olympics web site

Special Olympics


Stroudsburg Fire Company

On February 12, 1909, 40 men convened in the Summer Parlor of the Hotel Fulmer to discuss the formation of a new fire company in the borough of Stroudsburg. After thorough discussion, a name was chosen, The Stroudsburg Chemical and Hook and Ladder Company #1.

A charter was granted to Chemical Company #1 by the Court of Common Pleas of Monroe County, on February 18, 1910.

Membership is 100% volunteer. We leave our families at the dinner table, family gatherings, church, sporting events, and in the middle of the night to respond to the needs of others.

This pin has been created to commemorate our first 100 years.

Chemical Company #1 would like to thank the community for their support as we continue to serve for the next 100 years.


Making a difference in the lives of others by reaching out, offering a helping hand…a circle of heart-felt support…the key to unlock self-healing and the power of change…the mystery of a beautiful butterfly once hidden but now gloriously emerging for every eye to see. This is the symbolism behind the design of this one-of-a-kind unique piece of art. The Swarovski jeweled pin reflects the goals of Survivors Resources: to restore dignity to individuals dealing with issues of domestic violence and sexual abuse through crisis-intervention, supportive counseling, a 24-hour hotline, prevention education and community outreach. Thank you for celebrating non-violence and domestic peace.

For more information email:

Survivor's Resources


Celebrating 10 years of our mission as an independent, non-profit, volunteer organization supporting the cultural, historical, natural, and recreational resources of this national park that surrounds the Delaware River from the Delaware Water Gap to the New York State border.
We accomplish this by:

  •      Raising finds to support the park’s education and stewardship programs for which park funds are not available.

  •      Increasing awareness of our national park and the Delaware River.

  •      Providing community connection, expertise, advocacy and inspiration for the park.

The Friends of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area


For 30 years, The Growing Place has been dedicated to supporting the unique and individual needs of children and their families. Our vision is to have children and adults celebrate daily life together. The Growing Place, a United Way Agency, is a non-profit subsidiary of Salem St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church in Kresgeville. The Growing Place has six childcare sites, offering infant and toddler, preschool, school age, working parent and parent-child programs. Our achievements include National Accreditation as well as our four star rating in the Keystone Stars Program. The Four Stars on our giraffe represent the highest quality rating for childcare awarded in Pennsylvania. The giraffe has been The Growing Place mascot since 1976.

For more information visit:

The Growing Place



Supporting the transformative power of Live Community Theater opportunities for young performers in this area and broaden the community spectrum of The Sherman Theater Foundation (non-profit 501c3) theatrical goals.


Timmy's Town Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the creation and operation of a Children's Museum in Northeast Pennsylvania in memory of Timmy Kelly who died of cancer at age 5. The mission of Timmy's Town Center is to foster positive discovery of self and community through hands-on engagement and interactive learning for all children and their adult guests.

To help or for more information:

Timmy's Town Center


Tobyhanna Newfoundland Lions Club

"To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarium needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation".


"The best and most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart." 
-Helen Keller

If the eye is the window of the soul, then the heart feels its passion. Since 1928, Visual Impairment & Blindness Services has been passionate about providing programs and services to individuals 
with vision loss which can help them change. "I can't into I can!"

For more information visit:

Visual Impairment & Blindness Services


VNA/Hospice of Monroe County

Hospice is a comprehensive philosophy of care addressing all aspects of end of life care for patients and their families. VNA/Hospice of Monroe County is constructing a six bed Hospice House, the first and only residential, skilled nursing facility that specializes in hospice care in Monroe County. Proceeds from the Hospice Pin will directly benefit Hospice House.

Visit and click on "News" for more information.


Is a non-profit, no-kill shelter devoted to finding homes for abused and unwanted pets. We depend on volunteers, fundraisers and the support of our community. "Chance" represents those dogs who deserve a second chance in finding their forever home. Saving pets, one paw at a time

To help or for more information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

Waggin Tails Pet Rescue


Women's Resources of Monroe County

To have peace in the world, we surely must have peace in our homes. This pin was designed for Women's Resources of Monroe County, PA, a grassroots organization that assists individuals as they struggle for safety and healing from the devastation of domestic and sexual violence. Our mission, "to end sexual and domestic violence for all women, children and men in our community" reflects our commitment to social justice and systems change. The image of the dove symbolizes peace; she is taking flight to freedom. The purple represents domestic violence awareness, and teal represents sexual assault awareness. Your purchase of this collectible, handcrafted pin shows support of Women's Resources and hess our organization provide free and confidential services to victims - helping them become survivors and ultimately, thrivers.

Call for more information: 570-424- 2093