Autism Walk T-Shirt Designs - Free Clip Art

Promote a worthy cause and express your Autism Walk spirit with custom autism awareness t-shirts from CustomInk! CustomInk makes it fun and easy for you to create a one-of-a-kind design for your Autism Walk, and the results are always picture-perfect - just take a look at the real customer photos below! Still need a clever or fun team name? Check our list of Autism Walk team names.

Autism Walk Ft Wayne IN by Micah's Piece of Mind - 10 months ago

Autism Walk Ft Wayne In  T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of our team for our son who has autism. We walked in the walk now for autism speaks walk. In Ft Wayne IN on September 28 2013. "

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Team Reed rocks the Westchester/Fairfield Autism Walk!! by Team Reed - about 1 year ago

Team Reed Rocks The Westchester/Fairfield Autism Walk!! T-Shirt Photo

"We returned to work with Custom Ink for a second year because we loved our shirts so much last year. Team Reed raised over 1500 this year, a record! It was our fifth year walking for Reed, and his sister, brother, and their friends were amazing. This was a largely middle school effort and all the kids wore their shirts to school again the next day to show their commitment, solidarity and pride."

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Cincinnati Autism Walk by "Team Jenny" - about 1 year ago

Cincinnati Autism Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We are special education teachers joining together to rally support for a Autism! Autism is a disability we have the pleasure to work alongside in our daily jobs. Our students bring delight to our lives and this walk is the least we can do to support them! We have been ordering our Cincinnati Autism Walk t-shirts from Custom Ink since we started "Team Jenny" 4 year ago. Not only are we so proud of the money we raise to support a great organization we are so proud Custom Ink makes a donation to our team too! Thank you Custom Ink for your support to a great cause....like the back of our shirt says...."Different But Not Less!""

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Proud to be part of the puzzle by Coltsville - about 1 year ago

Proud To Be Part Of The Puzzle T-Shirt Photo

"We got these shirts for autism walk that is coming up on June 2nd. We do this walk every year and other years we have only sold about 30 shirts. This year we sold a total of 123 shirts! CustomInk has been fantastic throughout the process! The customer service is phenomenal and I would recommend them to anyone and I have. Everyone loves their shirt, and who wouldn't? They are adorable! A student with autism helped design the front to make this shirt even more special. It's a really great cause and CustomInk has show great support. "

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Team Ramon by Colon Family - about 1 year ago

Team Ramon T-Shirt Photo

"On May 18, 2013 we walked to raise awareness for autism. In Chicago at Soilder Field our family walked to support all the children and familes affected by autism. Ramon was diagnosed with autism 6 years ago. We felt despair, helplessness and sadness to hear our son would have lifelong struggle. After educating myself about the programs available. We attended countless therapy sessions, hundreds of Dr apts, started early intervention programs at the age of 18 months in which Ramon continues to attend at school. He has gone from a frustrated infant to a loving happy boy. Sometimes a little man with his bow ties and cologne! Help us raise money for all those family who have the same despair we once had. So they can feel the peace in their hearts, that there are resources to help their children grow. Customink made this day extra special. The shirts not only looked great but it was easy to create and they answered all my questions. My son was soo excited that everyone had these shirts with his picture to support him ."

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Sporting Team Brooke by Team Brooke - about 1 year ago

Sporting Team Brooke T-Shirt Photo

"I can't say enough how pleased we were with our finished product, the friendly customer service, and time involved with getting our order.. We will definitely be continueing business in the future."

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Fun at the Autism Walk 2012 by Innovations - about 1 year ago

Fun At The Autism Walk 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"For the last 4 years we have ordered shirts from your company for our annual Autism Walk. here is one of our group photos."

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P53K Walk for a cure- Autism Walk at Citi Field by Sarah-P53K - about 1 year ago

P53 K Walk For A Cure  Autism Walk At Citi Field T-Shirt Photo

"Autism Speaks- Walk for a Cure- May 5, 2013- Citi Field- Queens, NY My experience with CustomInk was amazing. Rose Woo did a fabulous job desgning the campaign. She made the entire process seamless. The entire team at CustomInk responded to every email,chat and call as professionals who truly love what they do. The energy that they give off was amazing. I will continue to use CustomInk again and again. Thank you for making our Walk for Autism such an amzing succes. We truly had the most amazing shirts. "

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Autism Walk NY TEAM JADE by TEAM JADE 2013 - about 1 year ago

Autism Walk Ny Team Jade T-Shirt Photo

"This year we attended the Autism Walk held at Citifield, Queens NY. MY family and friends walked in support of my 4 year old daughter Jadelin who was diagnosed at 14 months with Autism. Everyone loved their T-shirts and I was asked wear I purchased them for their own special occassion. "

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Anthony's Monkey Squad by Autism Speaks-Anthony's Monkey Squad - about 1 year ago

Anthony's Monkey Squad T-Shirt Photo

"Autism Speaks Walk-Lehigh Valley Our team-Anthony's Monkey Squad Allentown, PA @ Dorney Park More than 10,000 people walked and more than $550,000 was raised. Autism affects 1 in 88 children every 20 minutes. More children will be diagnosed with Autism this year Cancer, Diabetes, and AIDS combined. We do this walk in honor of my son, Anthony Gaydos (age 3). As show in the center of this picture. Our team raised $3,475 thus far. Our goal is $4,000. We still have three more fundraiser. Not only do I see us hitting our goal I think we will pass it. "

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