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.

'Friends of Namugongo' Turkey Trot 2012 by Maddie - over 1 year ago

'Friends Of Namugongo' Turkey Trot 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"We'd like to thank CustomInk for providing us with t-shirts for our club's first ever Turkey Trot 5k. 100% of the profits from our t-shirts sales went to helping orphaned and HIV-aids effected children in Namugongo, Uganda receive increased access to education, health and social services. Although we had to place a rush order, the t-shirts arrived on time, the customer service was excellent- we were notified before each new advancement in the t-shirt production process- and the final product was beautiful. Thanks to CustomInk, our t-shirts were well received by the U-High student body: the t-shirt sales not only helped us to attract more support towards the club but also raised a large profit. We're excited to order from CustomInk again in the future!"

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Maggie moos crew by MAGGIE MOOS CREW - over 1 year ago

Maggie Moos Crew T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken at the 2012 make a wish Fundraiser. I could not be happier with our shirts We got so many compliments :) "

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Save the Racks shirts by - over 1 year ago

Save The Racks Shirts T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk does quality work and is very fast...so worth it!"

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Walk Now for Autism Speaks by Ry's Guys - over 1 year ago

Walk Now For Autism Speaks T-Shirt Photo

"My son, Riley, is seven years old. He has blond hair, big hazel eyes and the most adorable smile. He loves cats, video games, and pizza. Looking at Riley you would never know that he has a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). PDD is on the Autism spectrum. This disorder affects every aspect of Riley’s life…and the lives of everyone around him. As a family, we have come a long way in accepting and understanding this disorder since Riley’s diagnosis last August. But, Riley has a long way to go. Riley is currently not in school. He’s been working with a special education tutor at home since October 1, 2011 and he’s making great progress academically. Despite all of his intelligence and a near-genius IQ, Riley still cannot interact appropriately with others. He has difficulty in social settings and he cannot express his discomfort verbally. It is not uncommon for him to communicate his fear, frustration, or sadness by hiding in a closet or under a table in a fetal position, making unintelligible sounds, or acting out aggressively and physically. He has trouble processing the world around him and his many sensory issues prevent him enjoying the things that we all take for granted. He has few friends. Even with his limitations, Riley is remarkably thoughtful and generous. When he has money to spend, he will always pick out a little something for himself and something for each of his brothers. He does this without any prompting or guidance from us. In addition, he has a wonderful sense of humor and he enjoys witty puns. As a family, we have decided to make an effort to increase autism awareness. This year I have organized a team, “Ry’s Guys”, for the 2012 Greater Hartford Walk Now for Autism Speaks. The Walk will be held at Renschler Field in East Hartford on June 3, 2012. There are many ways that you can help our cause. You can choose to sponsor us in the event with a tax deductible donation or you can walk with us. The proceeds of the Walk will be used to support the efforts of Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks is the largest non-governmental supporter of autism research in the United States. If you are interested in finding out more about them, please check out their website www.autismspeaks.org. Please help us raise money for this extremely important cause by increasing awareness among your friends and coworkers. We realize that there are many charities that vie for your attention, but any contribution, large or small, will be greatly appreciated. As always, thank you for your consideration, support and prayers. It means more to us than we could possibly express. We look forward to hearing from you! Tracy, John, JT, Riley, and Connor Dickson "

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Team Edda by Julie Smith - almost 2 years ago

Team Edda T-Shirt Photo

"We wear our "Team Edda" shirts on casual Fridays in support of our dear co-worker Edda. Edda is battling cancer and we wanted her to know how much we love and support her. We got your back Edda!"

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Twins take on the Filthy Run! by Filthy Run - Schwenksville,PA - almost 2 years ago

Twins Take On The Filthy Run! T-Shirt Photo

"About 20 of us ran in this mud run to benefit Cradles to Crayons. Our team name 'I'm Dirty and I know it'. Our kids ran in the 1Mile run, their team 'My mom's a filthy girl'. Alot of fun, very muddy."

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Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation 5K by Team Landgraf - almost 2 years ago

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"Team Landgraf is made up of over 40 family and friends to raise money for Multiple Myeloma research in support of Edward Landgraf who was diagnosed a year and a half ago. Multiple myeloma is cancer that starts in the plasma cells in bone marrow, the causes are unknown and there is currently no cure. 2012 was our first year walking together in the Washington, DC MMRF 5K. The team spirit was incredible and reinforced by seeing our bright purple team t-shirts throughout the race route. Working with CustomInk to get our finished product was such a breeze. We did a custom logo, and needed a little help with the formatting which the CustomInk team was able to do. The end result was fantastic. We're hoping to make this 5K an annual event, and to grow the team and fundraising goal every year, so we'll certainly be ordering more shirts next year!"

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Celebrating a Successful St. Jude Walk by GWU-HSML - almost 2 years ago

Celebrating A Successful St. Jude Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Our school group walked in the DC St. Jude Give thanks. walk in November 2012. Per a tradition, we went to Five Guys afterwards to celebrate our fundraising and participation success for St. Jude Children's Hospital. "

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On your mark. . .get set. . . by TGCRun4Water - almost 2 years ago

On Your Mark. . .Get Set. . . T-Shirt Photo

"A group of us have a heart to see things in the world made new and better, and have a heart for people who do not have clean water across the world. So we decided to run to raise funds to instill a clean water system in Rwanda through the organization, "charity: water." CustomInk has always been our first choice to help us raise awareness for this cause. The blue shirts popped out beautifully against the fall colors of Central Park in NYC where the 10K race was held. We went out to celebrate afterward, all of us sporting our bright shirts. We will continue to wear these to raise awareness for this great organization and cause."

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Team Gabe Race for Hope 2012 by Team Gabe - almost 2 years ago

Team Gabe Race For Hope 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"The Race for Hope 2012 November 4, 2012 is for the Brain Tumor Society Research. My husband, Gabe was diagnosed with a astrosytoma brain tumor in January. He did radiation and is now doing chemo. He has a great attitude. My niece was captain of our team and we raised over $11870.00 for the cause. Our original figure was to raise $2500.00. This is our 1st of many years we plan to attend. Gabe loved the fact that over 80 of our friends and family walked or ran. We loved our shirts. Gabe motto: I am not afraid of tomorrow, I have seen yesterday and I love today. He truly lives for just today. Tomorrow is tomorrow. We actually had people ask if they could buy our shirts. They look great. It was our 1st of many experiences with Custom Ink. Your are such a customer oriented company. You really care!! Thank you for your kind donation to our team."

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