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. And if you're out for a charity walk or promoting your cause in the colder weather consider customizing charity sweatshirts to stay warm as well!

American foundation for suicide prevention by Cristina - over 2 years ago

American Foundation For Suicide Prevention  T-Shirt Photo

"Our team the scissettes did a walk in battery park, NYC to raise money and awareness for suicide prevention and awareness. "  

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Support Breast Cancer Awareness Game by PSG FC Nova 04 Black Team - over 2 years ago

Support Breast Cancer Awareness Game T-Shirt Photo

"I have a youth soccer team that wanted a way to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. They know that myself the coach has a wife that is a 2 year survivor and this was their way of showing mine a..."  

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RIVS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by RIVS - over 2 years ago

Rivs Making Strides Against Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"This is a photo of the RIVS team participating in the Making Strides Breast Cancer walk at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois . We ordered the t-shirts last minute from CustomInk. They arrived just..."  

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Student Nurses' Association of PA, La Salle University Chapter by Armand Campos - over 2 years ago

Student Nurses' Association Of Pa, La Salle University Chapter T-Shirt Photo

"La Salle University's Chapter of SNAP at the 2013 Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk in West Fairmount Park, Philadelphia PA. CustomInk got our shirts in their guaranteed time, and they look great! ..."  

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Feeling Fit Chicks ROCK! by Kim Petruska - over 2 years ago

Feeling Fit Chicks Rock!  T-Shirt Photo

"Ever year I try to do something different to raise money for breast cancer awareness. This year I found Custom Ink and couldn't be happier! From beginning to end, the process was so simple, which..."  

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Handle Your Business by Andrew and Jack - over 2 years ago

Handle Your Business T-Shirt Photo

"Our good friend and a newlywed, Andrew, has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. He and my husband Jack have a saying - Handle Your Business - that they use to encourage each other to do th..."  

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Team Gwatney by Kristy - over 2 years ago

Team Gwatney T-Shirt Photo

"This was our team for the Susan G Koman race for the cure held in Little Rock Arkansas on October 19 2013. Finding a cure for Breast Cancer."  

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Team Tough Cookie by Maia Damalas - over 2 years ago

Team Tough Cookie T-Shirt Photo

"5 Awesome Friends 4 Aunts and Uncles 4 Cousins 3 Grandparents 2 Godparents 2 Parents 1 Big Brother 1 God Brother 1 God Sister and 1 very loved little girl! A shot of our wonderful frien..."  

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I'm One Tough Cookie! by Maia Damalas - over 2 years ago

I'm One Tough Cookie! T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken at the Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis fundrasing walk in Reston, VA. on October 20th. Our team was made up of 23 of our family and friends, all of us walking to support C..."  

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Jerry & The Gang by Mindy - over 2 years ago

Jerry & The Gang T-Shirt Photo

"We designed the shirts to help raise awareness of a type of cancer that none of us had ever really thought about until my dad was diagnosed almost a year and a half ago. The last 16 months have be..."  

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