Custom T-Shirts for acute myeloid leukemia

Raising Awareness for Childhood Cancer by Tracy M. - about 1 year ago

Raising Awareness For Childhood Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Here are 4 cousins, best friends. These are my nieces and nephews. The three on the right are siblings, my younger sister's kids; the one on the right is my older sister's daughter. In 2011, after I took them to see the Harlem Globetrotters as a Christmas gift, they decided that they wanted to make an annual tradition out of it because they enjoyed it so much. Last year in 2012, Brittany, on the left, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia just after we went to see the Harlem Globetrotters in February (the other 2 on the right wore masks in support of Brittany having to wear one). Through this, we've come to realize how little is done for children with cancer between funding, research, and coming up with newer and more effective treatments, even cures. Brittany is now in remission, and her body became healthy enough just in time to get to the 2013 show! We (my sisters and I) thought it would be fitting for us to debut the shirts at this year's Globetrotters show, in hopes of raising awareness and getting people to start realizing that this is a serious problem! We must've caught "Handles" (in the picture with the kids) eye because he had security bring us onto the court afterwards to meet some of the players and take pictures! All 8 of us were wearing these shirts, but we only have the kids in the picture. My experience working with CustomInk was smooth and easy. Designing the shirts was simple, and they kept in contact with me constantly from beginning to end! They even donated to the Foundation set up for Brittany! I will definitely be ordering more shirts in the future as more people start requesting them. "

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CHOC Walk in the Park - TEAM NINA by Nina's Mom - over 1 year ago

Choc Walk In The Park   Team Nina T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter, Nina was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia last October when she was 10 months old. She endured 4 rounds of chemotherapy and several nasty setbacks, but a year later, she is in remission and thriving. On October 14th, we walked 3.1 miles through the Disneyland Resort in honor of her to raise funds for the Children's Hospital of Orange County. The doctors, nurses and staff literally became part of our family during Nina's treatment. Included in the photo are some of the many people who assisted our family while Nina was in the hospital including family, neighbors and very close friends. They were and still are our greatest support!"

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