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. And if you're out for a charity walk or promoting your cause in the colder weather consider customizing charity sweatshirts to stay warm as well!

Ironbound Angels @ Making Strides Newark 2013 by IronBound Angels - over 1 year ago

Ironbound  Angels @ Making Strides Newark 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Friends & three generations of my family attending the Making Strides against Breast Cancer on October 20th 2013 in Newark, NJ . Our shirts showed our commitment to the cause"  

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The A-Team 2013 by The A-Team - over 1 year ago

The A Team 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"This is our team (The A-Team) walking at the Columbus 2013 Walk for Autism. We had 31 "walkers" this year ranging in age from 3 months to 93 years old. We had a great time walking in honor of Aid..."  

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Light the Night! by The Straight & Marrow - over 1 year ago

Light The Night! T-Shirt Photo

"These shirts were for our team walking for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night on October 19th! The lanterns were used to show support for the fight against blood cancers with red bei..."  

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Duque's Divas by Duque's Divas - over 1 year ago

Duque's Divas T-Shirt Photo

"Supporting Jamie and her family at Race for the Cure 2013. She was recently diagnosed with a rare type I breast cancer. Custom Ink was awesome, they even donated to help! "  

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Fighting together by Andrea - over 1 year ago

Fighting Together T-Shirt Photo

"I made shirts for my mom who is fighting breast cancer. We did the making strides toward breast cancer walk in Neenah, Wisconsin. People seemed to enjoy the shirts! I had a great time creating them..."  

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Race For The Cure-Dallas by HaKunaMaTaTa's - over 1 year ago

Race For The Cure Dallas T-Shirt Photo

"This is my work family!!! We work for a company called Pilot Catastophe. We had 22 team memebers and participated in the Susan G Komen Race For The Cure in Dallas, Texas. It was great having so man..."  

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Noah's Posse - 2013 JDRF Walk To Cure Diabetes by Noah's Posse - over 1 year ago

Noah's Posse   2013 Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"This is Noah's Posse's 5th year raising money for the JDRF. Noah (holding the sign) was diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes on September 28, 2008 at the age of 7. We started walking the next year and ..."  

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Gummy's Gang walks to end Alzheimer's by Gummy's Gang - over 1 year ago

Gummy's Gang Walks To End Alzheimer's T-Shirt Photo

"30 of our family member's got together in Wilmington, DE, to walk to end Alzheimer's. We lost the most fun loving grandfather (nicknamed Gummy) to Alzheimer's, so we all wanted to come out and supp..."  

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Kick it to Cancer by Laura Wong - over 1 year ago

Win Kick It To Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Carmel High school Boys Varsity soccer boys dedicated a game to their goalies mother who passed away this year. They sold these Kick it To cancer Tshirts (total 430) and raised over $2000 for the ..."  

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Hail To The O by Team Jennelle - over 1 year ago

Hail To The  O T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the Relay for Life cancer awareness walk at our local community college. When the Ovarian Cancer walk in Studio City was cancelled we decided to participate in our local Re..."  

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