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.
Max's Mafia by Team Hentosh - almost 4 years ago
"Max's Mafia at the annual JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes held at the Cleveland Metropark Zoo on September 25, 2010. Using CustomInk.com, Danny, a Max's Mafia member, was able to easily create a shirt with an outline of Max, right down to the IPOD headphone wire that he always has in! "
FLOW - Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by FLOW Entertainment - almost 4 years ago
Brown's at Step Up For Down Syndrome by Matt Brown - almost 4 years ago
"This is our second year ordering for this event with customink, and it was a great experience again. We never got a group shot but this is one that someone snapped of myself, my wife and the inspiration for the team name "Fast and Curious," my son Jacob! His face in this picture embodies the spirit of the whole event in my eyes. It is always a group in the thousands of the most happy and optimistic people you could ever be around, we look forward to it every year. And now, we look forward to using customink to spruce up our team's look every year!"
Catch for a Cure by CindyK - almost 4 years ago
Light the Night-Providence, R.I. 2010 by Team Daisies - almost 4 years ago
A Family walking together by The Bretzke Bunch - almost 4 years ago
Buddy Walk 2010 by Julianna's Angels - almost 4 years ago
dunnhumby Walk Ahead for a Brain Tumor team by dunnhumbians - almost 4 years ago
Team Riccio Raises over $3000 by 2010 Eddy Riccio Memorial Walk - almost 4 years ago
"Over 30 people on Team Riccio walked for 2miles on Sunday, Oct. 17th at Hammonassett State Park in Madison Connecticut to raise money for The Cove. The Cove is a center for grieving children who have lost a loved one. We walked in honor of Eddy Riccio who passed away two years ago from cancer. His children organized the team and his daughter designed the t-shirt in memory of her father."