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 BECKY by TEAM BECKY - almost 3 years ago

Team Becky T-Shirt Photo

"We had a great time at our SUPRISE party to support an incredible woman's fight with cancer. The family proudly supported these new t-shirts from Custom Ink. They were such a great way to show our love and support!"

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Roger Maris 61 for 61, 2010 Group Photo by He never once gave up - almost 3 years ago

Roger Maris 61 For 61, 2010 Group Photo T-Shirt Photo

"This group is involved in the Roger Maris Cancer Center Fundraiser in honor of my huband Boyd who lost his battle last year. CustomInk rocks!"

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Fun in the Sun. Carwash! by Christian Platon - almost 3 years ago

Fun In The Sun. Carwash! T-Shirt Photo

"this car wash event was held for my bestfriend/roomate who was murdered to raise for the Chris Cummings scholarship and fundraiser for the reward to find who was responsible for this senseless crime."

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STRIVE Class Shirts - Summer 2011 by STRIVE - almost 3 years ago

Strive Class Shirts   Summer 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"Support and Training Resources for Independance and Vocational Education (STRIVE) is a non-profit, non-credit, college- based support program which provides opportunities for young adults with learning disabilities to transition from school to post secondary training, employment, college and successful community living. This photo was taken at the NVCC Annandale Campus where the STRIVE classes are held. The baseball shirts from Customlink are a big hit with the Monday night class. A total of 30 shirts were ordered by STRIVE participants and we look forward to designing new shirts this fall."

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Austin's Family at the Mile of Hope - 2011 JDRF Walk by Austin's Angels with an Attitude - almost 3 years ago

Austin's Family At The Mile Of Hope   2011 Jdrf Walk  T-Shirt Photo

"My son Austin was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes last year. Last year was also the first year we formed his team for the JDRF walk. We had Custom Ink make the shirts both last year and this year. Custom Ink is so flexible and helpful! They really made designing and ordering these shirts for our fundraiser easy! Thanks so much Custom Ink!"

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More Than A Handful by Softball Tourney - almost 3 years ago

More Than A Handful T-Shirt Photo

"2011 Breast Cancer Softball Tournament in Taunton, MA on 8/5/11 + 8/6/11. "

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Shirts to build the first Secondary school in Lenana, Kenya by TheSupply - almost 3 years ago

Shirts To Build The First Secondary School In Lenana, Kenya T-Shirt Photo

"Our non-profit is currently working towards building the first secondary school in Lenana Kenya. We believe that these children will change and transform their village through the power of education. In this picture is one of the students, Ian, wearing our shirt and representing our cause. The reason we have "Eddo&Shawn&John&me" is because we are all a team (Eddo, Shawn, and John are the staff members of the supply). This shirt represents that we are all fighting for education! Whether we are in Kenya or in America. "

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Serious Soccer by Serious Tatas - almost 3 years ago

Serious Soccer T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of Team Serious Tatas at and over 30 soccer tournament for charity."

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komen walk 2011 by we walk because we can - almost 3 years ago

Komen Walk 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"The is the 3rd day of the 3 day 60 mile Susan G Komen breast cancer walk in Boston 7/22/11-7/24/11"

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Team Jordan by Team Jordan - almost 3 years ago

Team Jordan T-Shirt Photo

"CustomINK is AMAZING!! This is Team Jordan, from the 1st Ever Autism Awareness Walk sponsored by SOAR (Strengthening Outcomes with Autism Resources)"

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