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.
Team Leader and the youngest team members! by Team Nauman 2012 - about 2 years ago
"This is an event we do every year to raise money for the autisn resource center we are associated with. We have two boys on the autism spectrum so this cause is near and dear to us! Custom ink was wonderful and quick to respond when I had an issue! Would highly recommend them!!!"
Help Kids! Supply Somalia! by NovakDong - about 2 years ago
"It was taken on April 21st, 2012. We get a lot of clothes and school supplies from students at University of Minnesota. During that day, we were sorting of those donation from kids and packed them. They will ship to Somalia in few weeks. Hope the children in Somalia will like them."
"Compete for a Cure" 2012 Champions! by Scottie's Pub - about 2 years ago
Team Addilyn Raising Awareness about Krabbe Disease by TEAM ADDILYN - about 2 years ago
"Team Addilyn consists of a close group of family & friends who have rallied around this Brave little girl as she battles Krabbe Disease. ( Krabbe Disease is a rare, fatal, genetic disorder. One in 100,000 live births in the US are affected with Krabbe. The average life expectancy is 13 months. It is crucial to raise awareness and get newborn screening implemented in the State of Maine as well as Nationwide!) Team Addilyn is doing our part by walking in parades & handing out flyers with the above information in hopes to eventually start a petition drive so we can get a bill passed in Maine for all newborns to be screened for genetic disorders which could potentially save precious lives!! This photo is of Team Addilyn following our 3rd parade this summer but our 1st with our AMAZING Team Addilyn shirts from CustomInk! "
R Is For Run Preschool Fundraiser by R Is For Run - about 2 years ago
Fight like a Girl! by Sheila Porter - about 2 years ago
"Sheila Porter, 41, was diagnosed with breast cancer on June 27, 2012. Has under gone mastectomy on July 6th and will be starting chemo on August 9th which will be for the next 14 months.. A benefit was held on August 4th to help with current costs of medical bills and upcoming bills, The benefit was a huge success. This picture was taken early in day as a good hundred more people ordered the same shirt. We plan to order more shirts as everyone loves them and has been asking for one. Custom Ink was easy to work with and we received the shirts fast and the quality was fabulous! "
Up in the air! by Team Gensler at AIDS Walk 2012 - about 2 years ago
"We've worked with CusomInk for many years now and they have always been a pleasure to work with. This year's SF AIDS Walk was no exception and it was especially memorable as with less then 100 walkers, our company, Gensler managed to raise over $20,000!!!! Our most yet. The t-shirt design, by one of our talented architects, turned heads and received many compliments. We very much look forward to next year's walk and possible breaking this record."
ADI Volleyball by ADI Construction Volleyball Team - about 2 years ago
ALS Walk/Run Walnut, Illinois 2012 by Team Birkey - about 2 years ago
"I recently ordered 19 t-shirts from your company. I couldn't be happier with the entire ordering process, quality of the shirts and price. You have a great product and a stellar group of customer service reps. I'm attaching a photo of my family, "Team Birkey" just before we took off on the annual ALS 5K run/walk. This event is held yearly to benefit research for ALS, which brought many participants out to the cause, including the Payne family from the Walnut, Illinois area, whose extended family has lost as many as 18 members to the disease over six generations. We, Team Birkey (long term friends and supporters of the Payne family) received many, many compliments on our t-shirts during the walk. Walnut, Illinois is a small farming community of 1500 in north central Illinois. The ALS walk is just one example of how people in small towns band together, support each other, and make us proud to be from our hometown no matter where in the world we end up. "