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Awareness T-Shirt Designs & Money-Raising Tools
Promote awareness for your cause or movement using custom t-shirts. Whether you're trying to spread the word about autism awareness, breast cancer, or the anti-bullying movement, creating a great custom t-shirt will unite your group and get you noticed -- as you can see from the photos below. And if you're looking for an easy and fun way to fundraise we now offer a t-shirt fundraising tool that's totally free!
Volunteer-Palooza by Food4KidsNC - over 1 year ago
"Food4KidsNC is a nonprofit organization started by Zoe (14 yrs) and Jake (13 yrs) Johnson to help fight hunger in North Carolina. These two kids convinced more than 60 volunteers to help them bag meals for the elderly over the course of 9 hours on a weekend! We bought Custom Ink tshirts to give to all of the volunteers, to help us create a sense of team work and camaraderie. It was a huge success!"
Team Bear Aware - 4th of July Parade by Bear Aware Breckenridge, Colorado - over 1 year ago
"Breckenridge, CO is bear country. We are a group of volunteers for Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife that volunteer to help the community to live in harmony with wildlife. As part of our way to get the information across we participate in Breckenridge's 4th of July parade. The 2012 parade was about how smart bears are and that if a bear can learn to ride a bike, they certainly can get in to the trash. Volunteers range in age from 3 years to grandparents. Please be bear aware!"
100(+) Women Who Care - Milwaukee by Jenny, Laura, Sara - over 1 year ago
"A small group of friends launched a new grass roots philanthropy group in the Milwaukee metro area. The inaugural 100(+) Women Who Care - Milwaukee event successfully raised over $3,000 for a winning local charity. We ordered a few t-shirts from Custom Ink to generate interest leading up to the event. Not surprisingly, many women at the event this week wanted to know how to get one of these great t-shirts for themselves. Thanks Custom Ink! "
"The Tuscaloosa Wolfpack" by marci_darcy - over 1 year ago
"This picture was taken at our first lupus walk in Birmingham, Alabama on June 9, 2012. I, Darcy Walker am the one with the wolf stick and I have Systemic Lupus Eurythematosis (SLE). For those of you who don't know what lupus is it is an autoimmune disease. It can attack any organ in your body at any time and yes, you can die from this disease and there is no cure. I also have other autoimmune diseases as well. This is not uncommon. People with autoimmune disease, lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Scleroderma, etc., need a very good support system in there life. I thank God first of all. He is my most important foundation and friend. Then there is my family and friends. Without them, it would be almost impossible to live with this and the other diseases for sure! If you notice I look healthy on the outside. Most of us do. But if you "flipped us inside out" you'd probably run and scream! LOL! Please do me a favor. Read up on Lupus. You never know if a family member or a loved one may be hit with this illness at some point in their life. I pray they don't. I feel other than singing God has called me to make people aware of this awful disease. Together I believe "we can truly shrink this disease into nothing!" To Custom Ink -Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me to create such beautiful Tshirts for such an awful disease. We wore them with pride. I was able to wear it honoring my friend Charlotte who lives in Savannah, Georgia and also sadly has lupus and in memory of my girlfriends sister Debbie who passed away from this horrid disease. I, my friends and family will always have this Tshirt as a reminder of our very first lupus walk. Their will be more to come until there is a cure. Until then I will only order my tshirts through Custom Ink.Thank you Custom Ink and to my wonderful family and friends! God bless you and everyone who took the time to read this! Stay healthy! Sincerely, Darcy Walker"
Hit For a Cure by Colts Baseball - almost 2 years ago
Answer for Cancer! by Answer for Cancer Club - almost 2 years ago
"This photo is of the members of Attleboro High School's Answer for Cancer Club, which was established this November. The group's focuses are fundraising, raising awareness, and support in dealing with cancer. Over the course of this school year, they have participated in numerous fundraisers such as the American Cancer Society's Daffodil Days and Relay for Life. They have raised well over $2000 that either has been or will be donated to local hospitals and the American Cancer Society. In addition to fundraising, the group has been busy educating their peers about cancer. This includes how dangerous tanning and sun exposure is to causing skin cancer, as well as how smoking can lead to lung cancer. CustomInk was incredibly helpful and accommodating when the group wanted to buy t-shirts from them. They were able to purchase hundreds of t-shirts in a wide variety of colors, so that each person could have a t-shirt in the color of a cancer that affects them. Some of the most common colors were lavender for all cancers, pink for breast cancer, white for lung cancer, and black for skin cancer. Thanks to CustomInk, these t-shirts are being worn all around the school and town, and the message is being spread!"
Go, Team #helpmebeatmywife! by Chris Fitzwater - almost 2 years ago
West Broward HS Bobcats Wear Pink! by Maria - over 2 years ago
"The Student Organization of Anatomy & Physiology (SOAP) at West Broward High School held a fundraising awareness campaign for early detection of breast cancer. We sold customink shirts for the month of October (219 total shirts) to students, faculty, staff, and parents. The picture took place OCtober 25th in the school's courtyard at 7:15 a.m. with a few of the students, faculty, and staff members that were present at that time. My experience with customink was phenomenal. We placed two super rushed orders and the shirts came on time and exceeded our expectations. "
Crossing the marathon finish line with my wife! by Sam and Mina Chamberlin - over 2 years ago
"I ran the Long Beach, CA marathon on 10/9/2011 and dedicated it to the children we met during our daughter's life-saving bone marrow transplant. I also raised awareness for Marrow.org where people can register their marrow to help save children and adult's lives through a very simple and pain-free registration process. Lastly we raised money for a vital organization called the Matthew and Andrew Akin Foundation."