Autism Speaks Design Ideas - Raise Money for Autism with T-Shirts

Whether bringing a team together for a walk, or working to raise funds for further research, treatment, or prevention, custom autism awareness t-shirts are a great way to mobilize your friends and family to help Autism Speaks. Explore the photos below for great examples of people who came together to help Autism Speaks and those it benefits. And be sure to check out our new t-shirt fundraising tool to help raise money for your cause!

"Rachel's Dream" Team for Autism Speaks by Christine (bottom left) - 11 months ago

"Rachel's Dream" Team For Autism Speaks T-Shirt Photo

""Rachel's Dream Team" is the Florida version of Team Rachel, created to memorialize my niece Rachel's dream to help children and families impacted by Autism, to live better lives. Rachel D'Avino wa..."  

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Autism Speaks-Anthony's Monkey Squad by Autism Speaks-Anthony's Monkey Squad - 12 months ago

Autism Speaks Anthony's Monkey Squad T-Shirt Photo

"This was our third year walking for Autism Speaks. In honor of my son, Anthony, age 4. And, this is our second year ordering t-shirts from Custom Ink.com. Thanks for making "awesome" t-shirts fo..."  

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May Xi Best Man Win by Alpha Xi Delta - 12 months ago

May Xi Best Man Win T-Shirt Photo

"Alpha Xi Delta- Delta Chi held our annual Xi Man Competition raising money for Autism Speaks! Here we are with our 2014 Xi Man"  

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2014 Autism Walk by Katya Moreira - 12 months ago

2014 Autism Walk T-Shirt Photo

"In honor of my beautiful baby boy, we walked in the 2014 Autism Walk that was held by Autism Speaks in Los Angeles, CA . It was such a great experience and I am really greatful with Custom Ink for..."  

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Go Eian's Army!! by Eian's Army - 12 months ago

Go Eian's Army!! T-Shirt Photo

"We walked at the Walk Now for Autism Speaks event in Lehigh Valley at Dorney Park on April 25, 2014 in Honor of my Nephew Eian Martin! THANK YOU CustomInk for making these great shirts for Eian's A..."  

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Schimming Superheroes Team walking for Autism Awareness! by Schimming Superheroes! - about 1 year ago

Schimming Superheroes Team Walking For Autism Awareness!  T-Shirt Photo

"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 gre..."  

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Autism Speaks by Autism Speaks: Juan-Carlos Team - over 1 year ago

Autism Speaks T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken at the Autism Speaks walk in DC on 11/2/13. We walked in support for my cousin Juan-Carlos who has Autism. It was a great turn out. I chose CustomInk because I placed an order with..."  

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Team Dillybeans - Walk Now for Autism Speaks 2013 by Christi - over 1 year ago

Team Dillybeans   Walk Now For Autism Speaks 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"My 6 year old son has Autism. Our friends and family banned together as a team to raise money and walk for him, other people like him, and Autism research. My team was blessed enough to raise over ..."  

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EASTCONN Autism Team Walks for Autism Speaks by EASTCONN Autism Program - over 1 year ago

Eastconn Autism Team Walks For Autism Speaks T-Shirt Photo

"On Saturday, October 19, 2013, the EASTCONN Autism Team participated in the Autism Speaks walk held at Harkness Park. We raised over $500! We want to thank CustomInk for their quality shirts an..."  

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Walk Now for Autism Speaks 2013 by Team Jon Jon - over 1 year ago

Walk Now For Autism Speaks 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Our team walked in honor of my son, Jon (pictured center-bottom), who has Asperger's Syndrome. This is our team's 2nd walk!"  

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