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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.
Hugging Cousins walk for a Cure! by SallyCutting - about 4 years ago
"The shirts were for our "team" on our Brain Cancer walk in memory of my Mom..or Grammy. Mom's name is Sally and this is a pic of my "Sally" who she never had the chance to meet....hugging her cousin. the shirts were awsome with my mom's signature "oodles" in her writing ...on the back. I have better pics showing the shirt...but this pic"
Kickin' Cancer's Butt by Fight_Angie_Fight - about 4 years ago
"Wisconsin Dance Team alumni hosted a Fight Angie Fight! fundraiser in Chicago to help a friend/fellow dancer recently diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck with an occult primary. CustomInk helped make the event a success!"
Even the Blizzard of 2010 didn't stop us! by RelayForLifeRP - about 4 years ago
24 Hour Challenge by LindsayT - about 4 years ago
"This Jan. 28-29, 2010 the Athletic Council at my school hosted a 24 Hour Challenge in support of Right To Play. The event consisted of about 100 students staying physically active for 24 consecutive hours! Working with custom ink to create a shirt for all of our participants as so easy! Besides how AMAZING the shirts looked, the best part was the shirts were delivered in under the two week minimum!"
Walk4Hearing by KathyPatricksPals - about 4 years ago
Cakewalk For Memories - Canada, 2010! by Celine-Olivia - about 4 years ago
"The members of our team wearing the shirts to benefit the Alzheimer's Society. The shirts were beautifully made and we had a great time during the walk and were so proud to have them. The event raised over $527,000 to benefit the Alzheimer's Society, so of course it was considered a success."