Cancer Research T-Shirt Design Ideas and Fundraising Tools
As one of CustomInk's customers notes in a caption below, "Life-threatening illnesses are no match for positivity, happiness, and friendship." Show your strength and unique sense of style with custom cancer charity t-shirts from CustomInk! It's fun and easy to create your t-shirts online at CustomInk - perfect for fundraisers and tribute events. Also check out our new, free fundraising tools to help you raise money for your cause with t-shirts!
Relay for Life 2013- College of EMS by College of EMS with the Nittany Lion! - over 1 year ago
"This photograph was taken at Penn State's Relay for Life. The event took place on the weekend of 4/13-4/14. Relay for Life partners with the American Cancer Society to find a cure to cancer. The College of EMS is dedicated to putting an end to all cancers, and also participates in the philanthropic event, THON. The Nittany Lion represents all that Penn State stands for! Working with CustomInk was easy, and reliable. The website was easy to follow and my order arrived when I was told it would! I would definitely use CustomInk again!"
Henry's Angels fighting back against cancer by Henry's Angels: a Relay For Life Group - over 1 year ago
"Henry's Angels teamed up with CustomInk to advertise for our group in fundraising events and Relay. This photo was taken at a bake sale to raise funds for relay to help fight back against cancer. This photo was taken a few days ago at a local market. CustomInk was very helpful, reasonably priced, and all around great for our group. We will certainly be back next year!"
We're Not Scared of Cancer (Team Latham) by We're Not Scared of Cancer (Team Latham) - over 1 year ago
"Monday April 8, our lives were changed when we learned our dearest friend Latham was diagnosed with Colon Cancer. At the moment he learned he had cancer, he exclaimed, "We're Not Scared of Cancer!" It was 3 days later he was to have surgery to remove the cancer. We wanted to encourage him and decided to have 17 t-shirts made exclaiming his quote for all his family and friends to wear the day of his surgery. I called Customink at 8am on Tuesday, and they went to work quicker than I could ever imagine. They even went so far as to call the hospital themselves and set up a 7am delivery the morning of the surgery. Sure enough at 6:57 am I rec'd a call saying the t-shirts had arrived! You just can't know how blessed Latham was by this, but I can tell you he cried joyous tears when he saw all 17 of us standing at the door of the hospital as he entered the doors heading into Cancer surgery. This changed his life, and ours. It was a blessing to all and kept joy in a very tough day. Thank you Customink from the bottom of our hearts. "
Pops' Pride - Forever in Our Hearts - Relay for Life by Mike - over 1 year ago
"Since my father was diagnosed with lung cancer in early 2011, family and friends have gathered together to fight cancer at our local Relay for Life event in Delran, NJ. Sadly, Pops lost his battle with cancer shortly after the first Relay for Life event. When family members visited Disney World about a year after his death, they honored him by wearing their Pops' Pride T-shirts and bringing along my father's T-shirt for a perfect picture with Cinderella Castle as the backdrop. We couldn't have been happier with the service provided by CustomInk. We will be using CustomInk for years to come!"
Relay for Life of Rowan University by jillianjade - over 1 year ago
Fight the Good Fight by laurie schaefer - over 1 year ago
"Fight the Good Fight is an annual St. Patrickâ€™s Day fundraiser my daughter and I do to raise money for local families battling cancer. The shirts have a new St Patrickâ€™s Day theme every year and are sold for $10. Personally I been battling cancer for two years and receive great support from friends and co-workers so selling the shirts to raise funds for others is my way to spread a an encouraging message on a festive day and raise money for others battling cancer."
Rock N Roll New Orleans Half Marathon: Race in Memory of My Dad by Eileen Connors - over 1 year ago
"On January 21, 2013, my father passed away suddenly from complications from lung cancer. I had planned to run the Rock n Roll New Orleans Half Marathon on February 24, 2013. The race benefits the American Cancer Society and I decided to run In Memory of my Dad. Three of my best childhood friends, who knew my dad well, decided to run the race with me so I had the shirts made up for all of us to wear. It was fantastic! My first half marathon and I had such great support and the whole while running for my dad. "
Gooch Attack 5k walk, job, run if you must! by Gooch Attack - over 1 year ago
"This photo is of my husband and I with our 8 children. We were heading to a huge 5k event called Color Vibe, (our first 5k together) when my husband got the news that one of his best friends from high school had stage 4 cancer. He was overwhelmed with emotion as soon as he heard the news. He was moved to do something to help out his friend, so we brained stormed together, and decided to try and put on our own 5k in the city of Benson, AZ. where they went to school together. This event turned out to be more amazing then we ever thought it would be. The town poured out it's love and donations started coming in to support this event. We were hoping when it was all said and done that we would be able to hand a check to Gooch (Albert Fernandez) for $3000. Little did we know that our exceptation would be exceeded by $3500, writing him a check for $6500 with donations still pouring in. Our experience with Customink was wonderful. It was easy to make a design and order shirts. We got our shirts a week earlier then the promised delivery. Not only that, but the fact that you guys donate to all your charities is so heart warming and so appreciated. Every penny counts and we Thank you! "
Raising Awareness for Childhood Cancer by Tracy M. - over 1 year ago
"Here are 4 cousins, best friends. These are my nieces and nephews. The three on the right are siblings, my younger sister's kids; the one on the right is my older sister's daughter. In 2011, after I took them to see the Harlem Globetrotters as a Christmas gift, they decided that they wanted to make an annual tradition out of it because they enjoyed it so much. Last year in 2012, Brittany, on the left, was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia just after we went to see the Harlem Globetrotters in February (the other 2 on the right wore masks in support of Brittany having to wear one). Through this, we've come to realize how little is done for children with cancer between funding, research, and coming up with newer and more effective treatments, even cures. Brittany is now in remission, and her body became healthy enough just in time to get to the 2013 show! We (my sisters and I) thought it would be fitting for us to debut the shirts at this year's Globetrotters show, in hopes of raising awareness and getting people to start realizing that this is a serious problem! We must've caught "Handles" (in the picture with the kids) eye because he had security bring us onto the court afterwards to meet some of the players and take pictures! All 8 of us were wearing these shirts, but we only have the kids in the picture. My experience working with CustomInk was smooth and easy. Designing the shirts was simple, and they kept in contact with me constantly from beginning to end! They even donated to the Foundation set up for Brittany! I will definitely be ordering more shirts in the future as more people start requesting them. "