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!

Team Bosom Buddies by Bosom Buddies - about 2 years ago

Team Bosom Buddies T-Shirt Photo

"Dirty Girl 5k Mud Run 2012 for Breast Cancer in Buffalo NY, Sept. 8th! It rained and got us even muddier but we didn't care! This is the before pic of course so you could see the shirts! Had an a..."   view full details

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Walking until eating disorders are history! by golfgirl31 - about 2 years ago

Walking Until Eating Disorders Are History! T-Shirt Photo

"Each year Winthrop's royalty chooses a charity/cause for which to raise awareness and generate donations. This year we chose the National Eating Disorders Association, and took part in their first ..."   view full details

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Team Shane 2012 by Carrie Truver - about 2 years ago

Team Shane 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"Our family and close friends attended the Run for Life-Suicide Awareness 5k in honor of my brother Shane. Custom Ink was the best! So helpful, excellent customer service and did what ever they co..."   view full details

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Team Pay It Forward-Remembering Brandy Miller by Team Pay It Forward - about 2 years ago

Team Pay It Forward Remembering Brandy Miller T-Shirt Photo

"Here we are at the Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention in Virginia Beach honoring Brandy: a great friend, mother, wife, and colleague. Brandy loved pink and Sunshine (the chubby dog up..."   view full details

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Chicago Walk to End Alzheimer's MFB Team Picture by Moran Family of Brands - about 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 ..."   view full details

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San Francisco to Boston by Ride Against AIDS 2012! - about 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 ..."   view full details

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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 L..."   view full details

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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 ros..."   view full details

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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 ..."   view full details

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Team RACK ATTACK by Dirty Girl Mud Run, May 2012 - over 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 ..."   view full details

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