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 t-shirts and charity t-shirts from CustomInk! It's fun and easy to create your t-shirts online at CustomInk - perfect for fundraisers and tribute events.

Team Kiersten at Cycle for Survival NYC by Team Kiersten - over 1 year ago

Team Kiersten At Cycle For Survival Nyc T-Shirt Photo

"In honor of our good friend Kiersten, we biked on March 7, 2015 at Cycle for Survival to raise money to fund rare cancer research. All profits will go directly to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Ce..."  

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A Band of Warriors by Aidan's Warriors - over 1 year ago

A Band Of Warriors T-Shirt Photo

"We held a soup supper and silent auction to raise money for a student and his family at our school who is battling cancer. We wanted to show our support towards them. The staff all bought the shirt..."  

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One team, one fight....Team Myra by - over 1 year ago

One Team, One Fight....Team Myra T-Shirt Photo

"The mother of one person in this photo is fighting for her life against cancer. As her co-worker we decided to have a day of support for her and her mother. We selected the day (today, 02/13/15), w..."  

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Save a rack by Allgood - over 1 year ago

Save A Rack T-Shirt Photo

"Susan G. Komen race for cure in Des moines, IA 2014. We have been racing and making shirts for a few years now in memory of our grandmother, who passed away from breast cancer at the young age of 56. "  

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We're In This Together by sims2010 - over 1 year ago

We're In This Together T-Shirt Photo

"Rich (seated, front row right) has been battling recurrent cancer for much of 2014, hospitalized until Christmas Eve in Atlanta, and unable to attend family gatherings in Alabama. Two days later ..."  

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Team Pat's Peeps by Bridget - over 1 year ago

Team Pat's Peeps T-Shirt Photo

"It was a typical Monday in mid November of 2013. We were puttering around the house and my mom was on the phone with her sister Kathleen - they talked every day, discussing Thanksgiving dinner. My..."  

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Houston Service Team by Rexa goes pink! - almost 2 years ago

Houston Service Team T-Shirt Photo

"One of Rexa's managers walks every year for Making Strides in memory of her sister. She initiated the wearing pink across our company and hundreds participated. The Rexa head-office is in Mass, the..."  

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Pink Pedestrians Pounding the Pavement for Seymour Pink by Pink Pedestrians - almost 2 years ago

Pink Pedestrians Pounding The Pavement For Seymour Pink T-Shirt Photo

"The Pink Pedestrian team was ready to walk/run in the 3rd Annual Pounding the Pavement 5K in Seymour, CT to benefit Seymour Pink, a local non-profit raising funds in the fight against breast cancer..."  

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RIBBON RUNNERS by Emily - almost 2 years ago

Ribbon Runners  T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the Strides Against Breast Cancer 5k on October 5th, 2014 at Stanley Park in Westfield, MA. I put together this team to support my mom, who is currently undergoing her seco..."  

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Vincenza's Chiefs (Susan G. Komen NYC) by Paul Perez - almost 2 years ago

Vincenza's Chiefs (Susan G. Komen Nyc) T-Shirt Photo

"This Susan G. Komen 5k Walk/Race is held annually in hopes of raising money and finding a cure to breast cancer. I assembled some of my closest friends and family members to walk/run in honor of my..."  

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