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.

Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer's MFB Team Picture by Moran Family of Brands - almost 2 years ago

Chicago Walk To End Alzheimer's Mfb Team Picture T-Shirt Photo

"Currently, more than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease and that number is expected to grow to as many as 16 million by 2050. Our future is at risk unless we can find a way to change the course of this devastating disease and therefore Moran Family of Brands has chosen to participate in and support the Walk to End Alzheimer's on September 9 at Montrose Harbor in Chicago, IL. This disease has personally affected so many in our company from friends, aunts, uncles, grandparents and even parents. We are proud to take a stand and "Honor.Remember.Care.Fight" for all those affected by this devastating disease. If you have been affected by this disease please feel free donate to the Alzheimer's Association via the link below. Thank you for your support!"

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San Francisco to Boston by Ride Against AIDS 2012! - almost 2 years ago

San Francisco To Boston T-Shirt Photo

"This summer, 18 of us rode our bicycles from San Francisco to Boston for HIV and AIDS affected youth in Rwanda. We rode for an organization called FACE AIDS. Along the ride, a newspaper wrote an article about our team with the headline "Iron Horse AIDS Fighting Riding Team." We decided we needed to wear that headline with pride, so we went to CustomInk and designed these lovely tanks. I was so impressed by how CustomInk reached out to us to donate to the Ride, and how friendly the customer service team was. My next t-shirt order will definitely come from CustomInk!"

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KEEN San Francisco's Day at AT&T Park by KEEN San Francisco - about 2 years ago

Keen San Francisco's Day At At&T Park T-Shirt Photo

"KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now) San Francisco, provides free sports & recreational opportunities to children with developmental delays & physical disabilities. We were granted 25 tickets from Tim Lincecum's "Timmy's Giants" to go to a game. For most of the kids it was the first time they had ever seen a live game - so we designed and placed a last minute order working with a couple fabulous customer service reps. The quality exceeded our expectations and the prompt delivery blew us away. We looked like our own baseball team that day, thanks to Custom Ink!"

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The '90s Never Looked So Good! by NDSU Blue Key Honor Society - about 2 years ago

The '90s Never Looked So Good! T-Shirt Photo

"Every year we put on a themed talent show to raise money for charities that serve the community. This year’s show had a '90s Boy Band theme that brought us all back to the good ol’ days. We rose over $4,000 total during the event which went to charities and student scholarships at North Dakota State University. Go Bison!"

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Making a difference in Seattle, Washington!!! by Ann Mann - about 2 years ago

Making A Difference In Seattle, Washington!!! T-Shirt Photo

"This run was to support Ann Mann, recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The sponsors of the event, Northwest Hope & Healing are the "first responders" for newly diagnosed patients. They make sure people know they are not alone in their upcoming battle. We made shirts to run in and for anyone coming to support Ann Mann. I loved my experience with Custom Ink. Every sales person I worked with over the phone was so helpful. The notes you put in the account were so helpful, so I didn't have to keep re-explaining what I might need. The shirts were a BIG HIT and they are of very high quality! Thank you Custom Ink!!!"

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Team RACK ATTACK by Dirty Girl Mud Run, May 2012 - about 2 years ago

Team Rack Attack T-Shirt Photo

"A bunch of co-workers got together to participate in the Dirty Girl Mud Run in Scranton, PA (May 2012). The event benefits the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF), hence the name RACK ATTACK :). Everyone loved the shirts and CustomInk was great to work with. We had SO much fun, we can't wait to get muddy again next year! "

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Purple Ninja's by Jen Johan - about 2 years ago

Purple Ninja's T-Shirt Photo

"This is our team for the Walk for Lupus in Napervile, Illinois on Aug. 18th, 2012. I have been doing the walk for 5 years. This year my daughters selected a new name which required creative new t-shirts that stoof out from the rest. This was our most successful walk as a team! The folks at Custom ink were friendly and even donated to our cause :)"

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Ta-Tas softball team for breast cancer! by Lindsey - about 2 years ago

Ta Tas Softball Team For Breast Cancer! T-Shirt Photo

"A team for a softball game for my mother that was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer a couple of months ago!"

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cleveland autism walk 2012 by roberta alberty - about 2 years ago

Cleveland Autism Walk 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"my team from the 2012 cleveland walk now for autism speaks, we were all very happy with our shirts and the color of the butterfly was perfect as my son loves the color green!!!!"

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PCRMC: Your Fighting Force For Cancer by Relay For Life Team - about 2 years ago

Pcrmc: Your Fighting Force For Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"We participated at Relay For Life on August 18th from noon to midnight. We walked continuously in hopes of celebrating a world with more birthdays and to honor our patients. Through hard work, dedication and persistence, the PCRMC team raised over $16,000. It was through our CustomInk t-shirts where we proved to be most successful. The t-shirt fundraiser was a great way to build a sense of togetherness throughout the organization and community. If you are wondering about the gentleman in the photo, his name is Joe and he is wearing a shirt with over 300 names to honor those fighting or who had fought cancer. The impact we can make together is much greater than what any of us could do alone! "

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