Custom T-Shirts for adoption

Introducing: The Kane Family by Christopher Kane - over 1 year ago

Introducing: The Kane Family T-Shirt Photo

"My wife and I have been on a journey for many years to build a family. We are from Alaska and have always dreamed of building a family through adoption. I work in the field of child welfare and we wanted to build our family through a domestic adoption as there are many children in the United States in need of a loving home. Our journey took a wonderful turn when we were (through a very tedious and formal process) chosen as the forever family for a sibling group of three boys from Ohio. To celebrate bonding an attachment, we came up with the idea of hooded sweaters bearing a shamrock image (we are Irish) with our last name imprinted on the back. We are also wearing United States flag pins to symbolize our domestic adoption which occurred on Election Day this year (November 6, 2012). This photo was taken at a park in Ohio the evening before the legal finalization of our adoption."

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Pep Talk by Team Hacker - almost 2 years ago

Pep Talk T-Shirt Photo

"This photograph was taken in Uniontown, Pennsylvania outside of Fayette County Courthouse. It was taken directly after the adoption of the final two Hackers, the twins (#5 and #6!) I was given less than two weeks to prepare for this court hearing, and Custom Ink did an amazing job customizing our "team" shirts and rushing them to us in time for adoption day. I love this picture because it symbolizes a "pep talk" and the family nature of our "team" - I'm a single mother who has adopted six amazing children. We meet life's day-to-day challenges as a team, despite the fact that we've all come from different backgrounds. From the original visit to Custom Ink's web site to the online live chat help to the friendly person on the phone, Custom Ink's customer service was incomparable to anything I've experienced before (and I've already let people know that!) The quality of the product was great, and the notes along the way - via e-mail, packaging, etc. were endearing and showed Custom Ink's dedication to its customers. Thank you to Custom Ink for helping to make the adoption of Aydon and Braydon a little bit sweeter. You have my utmost support, and I'm a huge fan!"

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Give Hope, Show Hope: For Adoption by Amy H - over 2 years ago

Give Hope, Show Hope:  For Adoption T-Shirt Photo

"My husband and I are int he process of adopting our first child. We're very excited, but very nervous about the cost! We decided to sell shirts as a fundraiser. The shirts declare our purpose: "Hope". We are hoping for a child, and we are longing to give hope to a child in need. This picture shows some of the teachers at my school who are proudly sporting their shirts. All our friends who have taken shirts support us but also find their own reminder for "hope" in their lives. CustomInk offered the perfect mode for creating a custom design, worry-free! So helpful and affordable! Thank you!"

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The Pit Crew by Kathy - about 3 years ago

The Pit Crew T-Shirt Photo

"I designed this tee shirt for a non-profit organization we are forming to educate the public and support the rescue/rehabilitation of pit bulls. We not only adopted rescued pits but we also foster pits for a local organization. These tee shirts open up conversation just by virtue of what they are. Thank you so much for your great job!!"

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CustomInk Shirts Went the Distance (26.2) by RUN2OURBABY.COM - almost 4 years ago

Custom Ink Shirts Went The Distance (26.2) T-Shirt Photo

"We recently ran the Philadelphia Marathon to help raise funds to offset the cost of our international adoption from Ethiopia. We got lots of positive feedback from the crowd, and it made it very easy to find everyone in the crowd on race day."

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EARPS adoption event by ExoticAnimalRescue - almost 5 years ago

Earps Adoption Event T-Shirt Photo

"A few of our members wearing our CustomInk shirts at our first-ever retail store pet event. This year, our shirts have been seen at pet fests, humane association meetings, and now in a chain of pet supplies stores!"

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