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.

I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous baattle she was able to come home. Not long after when went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles" We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon! Thank you CustomInk. for making your web page so easy. It helped me find the perfect pictures and the printing on the shirts were great. We were so pleased with the out come."

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"THIS IS SHANNON BEFORE SHE WENT INTO SURGERY. SHE WAS WEARING HER "TEAM SHANNON" SHIRT"

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Team Dylan by 2010 Rochester Walk for Autism - almost 4 years ago

Team Dylan T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk helped make the event what it was....an opportunity for friends and family of our son Dylan to get together and support an amazing cause."

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I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES! by DEBBIE ALLEN - almost 4 years ago

I Believe In Miracles! T-Shirt Photo

"My friends daughter (Shannon) had cancer as a toddler. For many years she was great. Shannon has a 2 year old and a 7 year old. The cancer returned again, but not the same kind. After fighting a courageous battle, she was able to come home. Not long after when she went for a scan, it showed the cancer was back again. At this time I decided that we needed to show our support for Shannon by creating a T Shirt that represented her faith in God and Miracles. This is how the shirt came to be called "I Believe In Miracles". We formed a small group (Team Shannon) and wore our shirts to the hospital to support her while she was in surgery. At this time we are waiting to see what the doctors have to say, but we will continue to wear our shirts for a very long time! We love you Shannon. "

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Think Pink Day by Primrose School of Fletcher Heights - almost 4 years ago

Think Pink Day T-Shirt Photo

"Primrose School of Fletcher Heights Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Peoria, AZ) On Friday, October 8, 2010, Primrose School of Fletcher Heights’ teachers, families and students participated in an entire day of “Think Pink/Breast Cancer Awareness” Preschool and Kindergarten students dressed in pink, participated in a “Think Pink” walk around the playground recognizing the many survivors and loved ones lost to breast cancer. The students enjoyed pink activities throughout the day as they mixed colors to create pink, drank pink milk for lunch, made breast cancer ribbons for the walk and much more. Parents made donations to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, enjoyed pink doughnuts on the way to work, and sent us relatives, friends and family members’ names that could be posted on banner for our walk. Teachers wear “Think Pink” t-shirts throughout the month of October and make donations as well to the Cure. They plan activities for their students in a developmentally appropriate way as they bring awareness to their families and children in their classrooms. "

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Walk by Walk for Plumpy'nut - almost 4 years ago

Walk T-Shirt Photo

"The 4th Annual Walk for Plumpy'nut with lovely shirts provided by CustomInk! 100% of the proceeds from the event will be used to purchase Plumpy'nut, a peanut-butter based therapeutic food for severely malnourished children. The Plumpy'nut will be distributed through Concern Worldwide's feeding stations in Ethiopia. To date, this event has collected over $16,000 for Plumpy'nut! The event was hosted by Food for Thought, a student organization at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY dedicated to improving the lives of children around the world who suffer from malnutrition, lack of education, and the effects of poverty. Thank you so much - the shirts were a hit!! I can't wait to see all of our participants wearing shirts around campus and in the community."

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Walk by Walk for Plumpy'nut - almost 4 years ago

Walk T-Shirt Photo

"The 4th Annual Walk for Plumpy'nut with lovely shirts provided by CustomInk! 100% of the proceeds from the event will be used to purchase Plumpy'nut, a peanut-butter based therapeutic food for severely malnourished children. The Plumpy'nut will be distributed through Concern Worldwide's feeding stations in Ethiopia. To date, this event has collected over $16,000 for Plumpy'nut! The event was hosted by Food for Thought, a student organization at Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY dedicated to improving the lives of children around the world who suffer from malnutrition, lack of education, and the effects of poverty. Thank you so much - the shirts were a hit!! I can't wait to see all of our participants wearing shirts around campus and in the community."

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Running for Pops Against ALS by Morgan Powell - almost 4 years ago

Running For Pops Against Als T-Shirt Photo

"Mohawk Hudson Marathon 10-10-10"

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5k Registration by BTMH5k2010 - almost 4 years ago

5k Registration  T-Shirt Photo

"(story under a previous submission)"

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Post-race celebration! by BTMH5k2010 - almost 4 years ago

Post Race Celebration! T-Shirt Photo

"Homecoming 2010, our 1st annual road race in honor of fallen friend Brandon Turbet (class of 06) Western New England College, Springfield, MA. Oct 3rd 2010. Our 3rd year ordering shirts through your site for this event but the 1st year it was a road race and first year we sponsored the shirt. This photo I figured would promote the site, but we do have more of the front of the shirt, if you find our story worthy of your site, please email me and I can provide more! This year we raised over $1400 for Brandon's charity "Brandon's Helping Hand", a fund set up on campus for students battling Cancer as Brandon did as a student. The donation was then matched by a cooperate sponsorship doubling our contribution from the road race!"

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