Custom T-Shirts for autism awareness
Team Doodles! by Julie - 4 months ago
"This photo was taken at Summit Educational Resources in Getzville, NY, at the annual walk for autism awareness. As you can see, Team Doodles was out in full force, despite the pouring rain and chilly temperatures! Autism now affects 1 in 68 children, and Summit is an amazing school in Western New York that provides education and support to children and families affected by autism. My daughter, Maggie (pictured in front in the striped hoodie), was diagnosed with autism almost 6 years ago, right after her 2nd birthday. Since then, Summit has been so important to our family, and this walk helps to raise funds to support all of the amazing programs they provide for over 2000 children in our area! We are honored to participate in this walk every year, and all of our friends and family join us to support our Maggie-Doodles! CustomInk was a pleasure to work with! I was in contact with so many people from the company that made sure my design was phenomenal and the ordering process was painless and worry-free. The shirts were delivered in record time, and as you can see, they look fantastic! "
Raising money for Autism Awareness by Team Little Italy - 4 months ago
"Worcester, MA Autism Awareness 5K April 27th. This is the second year my 10 year old son has run this 5K to raise money for Autism Awareness. He's raised over $2,200 for a great cause. Custom Ink has been with us both years to make us look awesome with amazing customer service!"
Ripley's Believers by Team Ripley - 5 months ago
"This was our first time organizing a team for Autism Awareness. We walked for our daughter Ripley who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our team shirts are in Ripley's favorite colors and Custom Ink made it very easy for us to create our shirt. I will always use this company in the future! "
Walk for Autism by Team Brenna - 5 months ago
"This photo was taken on April 12 in Wilmington DE at the walk for Autism to raise awareness for Autism Spectrum Disorder and to support Autism Delaware. CustomInk provided us with exceptional service and made sure our order of 170 shirts made us all look fantastic. Thank you!!"
Mayor's 1st Annual "Light It Up Blue Ceremony" by United Way of Robertson County - 5 months ago
"The Mayor's 1st Annual "Light It Up Blue Ceremony" took place Tuesday, April 1, 2014 in Springfield, TN. Over 200 citizens attended this event hosted by Mayor Howard Bradley, United Way of Robertson County, & The ANDYSOLDIT TEAM! Custom Ink designed both shirts seen in the picture worn by these 3 beautiful girls! Custom Ink provided excellent customer service and great quality shirts! The United Way of Robertson County cannot express how user friendly Custom Ink's website is! Thank You Custom Ink for helping us make Robertson County, TN a little bit more "BLUE" and help spreading Autism Awareness!"
Clarendon celebrates World Autism Awareness Day by "Lighting It Up Blue" in CustomInk shirts by Tricia Rogers - 5 months ago
"This photo was taken at Clarendon Elementary School on April 2 for World Autism Awareness Day. Many of the students and staff dressed in their blue shirts designed by CustomInk to "Light It Up Blue" for Autism Awareness in honor of Autistic students at the school. "
"This is the Autism Speaks walk that we do every year. This was 2013, our biggest team yet! I have 2 boys on the Autism spectrum and we order new shirts every year through Custom Ink!! We've had great results and everyone is always happy with their orders! I get nothing but complements on our shirts! One year a couple of our shirts had stains on them and a Custom Ink representative called me and wanted to ship out new ones ASAP! We let it go cause it wasn't very noticeable, and he sent us a $50 credit! I have nothing but good things to say about Custom Ink! Thanks for being so great! "
Autism Walk Philadelphia 2013 by Team Fortitdue - 10 months ago
"This is Team Fortitude and for the past three years we have been walking in support of Autism Awareness. Most of the team members in this group have someone in their lives that they love who has Autism. We walk to make others aware of a cause that affects 1 in 85 children. Every penny that we raise supports in helping research and provides services to those with Autism. "
Autism Awareness 2013 - Team Ben Franklin by Kristen Ritchie - over 1 year ago
"Every year, Ben Franklin Elementary School participates in the Autism Walk in downtown Pittsburgh. For the second year in a row, Custom Ink has helped make our T-Shirts stand out amongst the other teams. This year's "Puzzle Tree" design was created in collaboration with Jessica Mahoney and her Autistic Support elementary students, along with the school's art teacher. The students painted puzzle pieces (the national symbol for Autism) which were scanned into the computer and made into the tree design. There are 88 puzzle piece "leaves" on the tree representing the 1 in 88 ratio of how many children are diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. The Custom Ink team worked with our school to keep us within budget while mainitng our design's quality. The money we saved by using Custom Ink made it possible for us to donate even more to Autism research. The shirts turned out fantastic! They are soft, and the colors are eye-catching. We couldn't be more pleased with the product and service Custom Ink provided. We will surely use them in the future. Thanks Custom Ink!"