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.
Kentucky Breast Cancer Walk by Florestine - over 1 year ago
Breast Cancer Walk by Florestine - over 1 year ago
Team Kick Cancer at Every Boob Counts 5K by Team Kick Cancer - over 1 year ago
"I am a two time breast cancer survivor and my close Friend from law school Establish the organization Every Boob Counts after her mother lost her battle to breast cancer. I had the privilege of walking with my team which consisted of my 2 sisters, 4 nieces, nephew, close friend and her daughter, boyfriend and girlfriend and last but not least my husband and 2 sons. CustomInk really helped me get my design to work and colors to match for women, men, boys, girls and a toddler. They were awesome and I've had a Bunche of requests for more of them! Thank you CustomInk! Mary"
Make a wish come true by MAGGIE MOOS CREW - over 1 year ago
Susan G Komen Race for Cure 2012 - Arkansas by Team BEC - over 1 year ago
BarbellsForBoobs with MomsPowerHour by CrystalL - over 1 year ago
"We are a group of military wives/mothers who work out together. Most of our husbands are affiliated with the Landstuhl CrossFit gym here in Landstuhl, Germany. On October 20, 2012 Landstuhl CrossFit held a Barbells For Boobs event to raise money for Mammograms in Action. We were ecstatic with our CustomInk tshirts; providing us with our own personal ability to represent the fight against breast cancer. "
Volleyball fund raiser by Peterson & Smith volleyball team - over 1 year ago
Family Team for the Walk to End Alzheimer's! by Dana Berney - over 1 year ago
Team Hudson Walkers by Team Hudson - over 1 year ago
"This photo shows the support and love of our friends and family for our son Hudson. He was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age 2 last year. The walk takes place in October and team members walk and raise funds for research to find a cure, so that those with Type 1 (depend on insulin for survival) diabetes can one day live without the disease."