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Charity T-Shirt Designs - Raise Money for Your Charity with T-Shirts
Step by step, our customers are doing their part to raise money, promote their causes, and they’re having a great time doing it! Custom charity t-shirts are an ideal way to make sure your team stands out from the crowd during the event, and they serve as keepsakes for years to come.
WMDMS Race for the Cure 2012 by Alex Collada - almost 2 years ago
"This photo was taken as we approached the finish line of the Race for the Cure 5k in Hartford, CT (6/2/2012). The Race for the Cure is a Susan G. Komen event raising money and awareness in the fight against breast cancer. There were seven of us running arm in arm at the end (only 5 showing). Members of our group included cancer survivors and those running for family members that succumbed to the disease. Our group is comprised of friends in the Hartford, CT area. Twelve in all, we call ourselves the Wine Me Dine Me Society (WMDMS). Custom Ink went above and beyond what I expected for customer service; our group was very impressed. Not only did they notice that I placed separate orders (same design) for women's and men's shirts (different products), combined the two, and lowered the cost; but they also donated to the charity event printed on our shirts (without solicitation). Alex Collada"
A family affair by Expecting - almost 2 years ago
"My youngest sister has CF and underwent a double lung transplant on August 18th, 2011. It was certainly life changing. Myy husband and I also found out that we are expecting our first child at the beginning of December, and we decided to add something extra to my shirt for the walk that we did for my sister, to let everyone know our big news."
Relay for Life 2012 Group Photo by Sheesh Y'all - almost 2 years ago
"This photograph was taken nearing the end of our 4th annual Relay for Life, held around the back track of our school. The event is held every year to raise money for cancer research, and this year as a school we broke our record with an all time high of $62 000 dollars. The day was made all the better sporting our comfy team shirts by CustomInk :)"
AIDS Walk NYC 2012 by Nassau-Suffolk HIV Health Services Planning Council - almost 2 years ago
"This year our team participated in AIDS Walk NYC representing the 5,911 people living on Long Island with HIV/AIDS. We had a wonderful time, raised a lot of money and with Custom Ink's help we never lost one teammate thanks to our awesome green shirts!"
Bite Me, Brain Cancer! by christythekidd - almost 2 years ago
"This photo was taken at the 2010 Bay Area Brain Tumor Walk to support the National Brain Tumor Society. Every year, my team and I walk in memory of my father, Chuck, who fell victim to Brain Cancer. His favorite phrase was "Bite me"...so it's only fitting that we placed that into the team name, which is "Bite Me, Brain Cancer!". "
CYSTIC FIBROSIS; Cleveland Zoo Walk; Team Braeden by Barb Delaney Wojtkiewicz; Team Braeden - almost 2 years ago
"We walk for CYSTIC FIBROSIS every year at the Cleveland Zoo. Our nephew, Braeden, hence "Team Braeden" lives in California and was born with "CF". We're the Ohio team of friends and relatives. We're trying really hard to raise money to change the initials of "CF" to mean "Cure Found" instead of "Cystic Fibrosis". It meant a lot to us to finally have our group stand out with us all wearing the same color and t-shirt. I am so glad that I found Custom Ink. The web site was pretty easy and helpful and the "live" help was great. Thanks for all your help, the great t-shirts, the great ink work and, most of all, thanks for making us all look great for such a great cause."
Team Awesome (Relay For Life) by Lauren - almost 2 years ago
Fox/Lason Family by Fox/Lason Family - almost 2 years ago
team jackie by Noel Joy - almost 2 years ago
"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.""