Custom T-Shirts for AML

Team Sal 2014 by Relay for Life Team Sal - 3 months ago

Team Sal 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"Our shirts were for the Menifee Relay for Life, which was held on May 17th. This is our second year to have our own Relay for Life Team. Team Sal was created after my husband was diagnosed with leukemia. We have participated with the Relay for 5 years now. Last year we raised $10,000 and this year we came close to $5,000! So we hope each year we raise as much as we can. My husband has been in remission for almost two years. He went back to work a year ago and continues to serve his country as an Air National Guard and the county in law enforcement. He has only a 10% survival rate for 3 years and continues to live his life like nothing ever happened. We are VERY proud of his continued strength. You can follow his fight on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SalsStory"

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Blowing cancer away one step at a time by Princess Racheal - over 1 year ago

Blowing Cancer Away One Step At A Time T-Shirt Photo

"This is my 2 year old daughter Racheal, the precious little sweetheart for whom I have had the t-shirts made. She is currently battling AML, a very aggressive type of leukemia that is typically seen in older men. She has been hospitalized since August 11, and has been such a trooper through this entire journey. Racheal often goes to visit other cancer patients on her floor to get them out of their beds to come play with her and she is always so very positive even at 2 years old. She has already relapsed during treatment, but it hasn't slowed her down one bit. We are currently waiting for a bone marrow transplant. One day she told me "it's alright mommy" and I knew from then on it would be. That is why the back of her shirt reads "Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.""

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Light the Night Walk 2011 by The P.A.C.K. - almost 3 years ago

Light The Night Walk 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"We took this pic Oct. 15th,20011 and the Light the Night Walk. This is a walk to help raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma research. The P.A.C.k.(prayer angels caring for Kim) got started shortly after I was diagnoised with AML feb 2011. It was orginally for braclets to help raise money for our family. When I got down with my transplant I wanted to be able to help others. So we formed The P.A.C.K. to do this walk. So far we have raised over 3600.00!! Although the color for Leukemia is orange, my favorite color is green, so we all dressed up in green boas, green hair, fingernials, and whatever else we could think of to make ourselves be noticed! The shirts were amazing! We had lot of compliments and I recieved them very quick! Thanks for the great customer service! "

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Hooligun Softball Team from Alaska by Anna Hoke - over 3 years ago

Hooligun Softball Team From Alaska T-Shirt Photo

"The AML Hooliguns; a coed softball team in Juneau Alaska, participated and won their division of the first Annual Wooden Bat Tournament. We are also participating in a summer long coed league."

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