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!

Team Awesome (Relay For Life) by Lauren - over 2 years ago

Team Awesome (Relay For Life) T-Shirt Photo

"Team Awesome, a group of friends ages 15-20, proudly wore our CustomInk Tshirts at Shelby Twp., MI's 2012 Relay For Life. The design turned out great, and we loved our shirts!"

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RELAY FOR LIFE YOLO by TEAM YOLO - over 2 years ago

Relay For Life Yolo T-Shirt Photo

"who: a bunch of highschoolers what: fighting to defeat cancer when: may 18th-19th where: our local highschool why: to help the ones we love and also the ones we don't know, to stop cancer "

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team jackie by Noel Joy - over 2 years ago

Win Team Jackie T-Shirt Photo

"After finding out in January that our dad was diagnosed with end stage liver failure, nine days later our mom began having odd neurological symptoms. Two weeks later she was diagnosed with a brain tumor on the right side of her brain and was admitted to the hospital for surgery. When life hands you lemons, make t-shirts. We came up with these fun shirts to squeeze the most out of every moment and to remember that every cloud has a silver lining. The shirts say, "My biggest problem is that the left part of my brain has nothing right in it and the right part of my brain has nothing left in it.""

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QUACK OUT CANCER! by Radford Unversity Ambassadors - Lucky Ducks - over 2 years ago

Quack Out Cancer! T-Shirt Photo

"Our Relay for Life theme was Luck and we are the Lucky Ducks! On Friday, April 13th, we waddled to remember those who have past away and we quacked our loudest to show how much we care and fight back! QUACK!"

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Kick for a Cure 2012 by Bradley CureSearch Club - over 2 years ago

Kick For A Cure 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This photograph was taken of Bradley CureSearch Club at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. We put on a fundraiser called Kick for a Cure in April 2012 to "kick" children's cancer. The event, a kickball tournament, was a huge success and the money went to CureSearch for Children's Cancer. Our club loved the t-shirts that we designed on CustomInk.com, they turned out great! We had a very pleasant experience working with CustomInk. "

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Courageous Shavee for Children's Cancer by TeamBabyZ - over 2 years ago

Courageous Shavee For Children's Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"At Schaumburg High School last month, we hosted a St Baldrick's Event, a foundation which raises money for children's cancer research and in turn shaves participants heads which shows solidarity with these fighting children. Our school raised over $103,000 over the course of a month and had over 150 shavees, with a good portion of those being females. These shirts were made for Sania Z.(back row, 4th in from the left) who shaved off all of her beautiful her that afternoon. She herself raised $1,200. The shirt reads "Her locks rock our socks. Go baby z courageous shavee!". We hope to order from customink again for our Relay for Life event this summer :)"

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deLIVER us from evil by Noel Joy - over 2 years ago

De Liver Us From Evil T-Shirt Photo

"My dad was recently diagnosed with a very serious liver disease. His 60th birthday was 2 days after he was released from the hospital. I called CustomInk for a Super Rush shipment of shirts for our family to wear to his birthday party. We chose "deLIVER us from evil" as our family campaign against my dad's liver disease. The shirts arrived just as scheduled and fit everyone perfectly. Thank you for helping our family make this tough time into a great memory."

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RJ HIJALDA>Cancer by RJ HIJALDA>Cancer - almost 3 years ago

Rj Hijalda>Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"A special mass was held for my friend RJ. RJ was diagnosed with lymphoma and we wanted to do something for him to let him know that we are always behind him."

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SAVE 2ND BASE! by Wall & Associates, Inc. - almost 3 years ago

Save 2 Nd Base! T-Shirt Photo

"Our Relay for Life team ordered these shirts with assistance on the design from a great CustomInk artist!! We are selling the shirts as a fundraiser with profits going to the American Cancer Society in conjunction with Relay for Life to take place in May 2012. Last year was our first year participating, and we raised $5,000 combined between 2 teams. One of our teams achieved silver team status for fundraising and we hope to achieve higher this year! Thank you CustomInk!! The shirts have been a huge hit!!"

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Rick Sanderson Memorial Rally - Cancer SUCKS! by Loving Arms Cancer Outreach - almost 3 years ago

Rick Sanderson Memorial Rally   Cancer Sucks! T-Shirt Photo

"Loving Arms Cancer Outreach held a Memorial Rally for Rick Sanderson on Sat, Nov 5th at Xtreme Cycles in Dallas, GA. Rick Sanderson lost his fight with Lymphoma (hence the lime green mugs) almost a year ago, but Saturday was truly a celebration of who he was and what he loved -- good food, cold beer, family, friends...and motorcycles. All proceeds benefited Loving Arms Cancer Outreach, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering patients and families throughout their cancer journey! Pictured with our fantastic mugs from CustomInk.com is Rick's Family -- His son, daughter, wife, and adorable grandson (who he never got to meet). CustomInk made this process easy for me! I was a bit naive about the time it takes to process a request like this and planned poorly. I called the excellent customer service team at CustomInk and they helped me make it happen! They saw my vision with the art, processed my project quickly, kept me informed of the status...and even delivered a day early! What more can you ask for!?!"

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