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.
Walking to Help People with HIV/AIDS by Team BEHIV - almost 4 years ago
LA Marathon here we are!!!! by Team Meals - almost 4 years ago
Team Mad Fish Kicks Cancers A&$! by Team Mad Fish - almost 4 years ago
"On September 25th, 2010 Team Mad Fish jumped into San Francisco Bay as part of 1.5 mile swim to raise money for cancer research and treatment. Over 300 swimmers swam beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, circled around one of the bridge's pylons and head on into Crissy Field Beach. We were thrilled to be able to combine our passion for the sport of swimming with our desire to give something back to our community, and we are proud to say that the money Team Mad Fish raised will go to such a worthy cause: cutting edge cancer research, treatment and patient care at UCSF Children's Hospital Cancer Survivorship Program and Children's Hospital Oakland. Swim Across America, Inc., [SAA] is dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through swimming- related events. With the help of hundreds of volunteers nationwide and past and current Olympians, SAA is helping find a cure for cancer through athleticism, community outreach and direct service. Custom Ink - I have no words! Your responsiveness was of the highest caliber. The dialog alone between your rep., Katherine and I, should stand as a model to those companies who even consider having a support line. A simply amazing final product! So wonderfully presented that it will be featured on the SAA website store with all proceeds going to cancer research. Thanks CustomInk.com! "
Team Theresa's Tatas! by Brandi - almost 4 years ago
"On Saturday September 25, 2010. My family, friends and myself partipated in the Susan G Komen, Race for the Cure walk. This past year I have became an active advocate for Breast Cancer Awarness. In January of this year my Mother was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, went through 2 lumpectomies, and 6 treatments of chemo. That Thursday before the walk, we found out results from her last partial masectomy that she was clear of the tumor and cancer. She still have to do 6 weeks of radiation to be safe, but this walk was definitely a celebration for us all! Our shirts were a huge hit thanks to customink.com!"
Team Kool Kaleb by Kool Kaleb - almost 4 years ago
Because a Rainbow can't exist without the Rain by Team optiMiStic - almost 4 years ago
Team D.N.A - Daniel and Nicole's Army by Team D.N.A - almost 4 years ago
"American Heart Association Heart Walk 2010 Louisville, KY. My sister-in-law Nicole received a heart transplant 10 years ago this month and is doing wonderfully. Unfortunately her brother Daniel passed away this past April waiting for a heart transplant. We did this walk to raise money for AHA and come together as a group to show our support for Nicole and our love for Daniel. It was an amazing day and the shirts were a hit!!! We raised close to $3500 for our cause and are ready to hit the trail again next year with our newly printed tshirts!!!!"
JDRF ThrillHER with a CURE by Laurie T - almost 4 years ago
"We designed this t shirt for our juvenile diabetes walk team in Madison WI. Our team was comprised of friends and family of my daughter (first row, third from left) who was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes at age 7. The front of the shirt says "ThrillHer with a CURE." We came up with the name as a play on our last name of Triller and being called plenty of times "thriller" as in Michael Jackson.. Thriller.... Hence the MJ logo in the middle.. The back says Moonwalking our way there!! Custom Ink was very helpful with modifications and even donated to our walk team! Thank You so much!! "
Gumbo Gopher 5K - Raising support for Ovarian Cancer by Gumbo Gopher 5K - almost 4 years ago
"Held in a town with the population of 9. That's right I said, 9 people. We held the first ever 5K to raise support for my husbands mother who is currently fighting ovarian cancer. In the small town of 9 people, 150 people joined in the 5K run/walk event! The picture is of a small group of us that put on the race."