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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.
Tanner's Troopers walk for a cure - JDRF by M_Sullivan - about 6 years ago
"Tanner's Troopers in Wingate NC walked for a cure to Juvenile Diabetes on April 19, 2008 at Carowinds in Charlotte NC. Tanner was diagnosed with JD 2006. We all felt a sense of pride to walk with Tanner knowing we were getting one step closer to a cure."
Nu Zeta Phi's Small Steps Towards a Big Cure by NuZetaPhi - about 6 years ago
MS Walk -- Team Wild Poodles -- Wilmington, NC by Wild_Poodle - about 6 years ago
"8 Women, 1 Little Girl, 3 Poodles & a Jack Russell (honourary poodle) raised $1070 for the National MS Society during the 2008 Walk MS event. This is our 3rd set of Wild Poodle T's from CustomInk -- and we'll never use anyone else! CustomInk gives us top quality products at great prices and super customer service! 4 Paws Up for CustomInk!"
Lambda Kappa Sigma at the ACP Relay for Life by LambsForLife - about 6 years ago
Relay For Life- Turtles Against Cancer by HawkeyeQT426 - about 6 years ago
"This was most of our team at this year's Relay for Life at The University of Iowa. Our team, Turtles Against Cancer donated the most money of any sorority or fraternity! We can't thank Custom Ink enough for these great shirts! The shirts turned out great and arrived very fast!"
Laurier's KPE Event Committee with Brent McFarlane by WLU - about 6 years ago
"Thank you custom link for providing us with such prompt service and a high end product that we were proud to wear on the day of our event to bring attention to the Parkinsons research facilty at Laurier's Movement Disorder Research & Rehabilitation Centre. This charity run organized by a group of Laurier kinesiology students for a class project received a strong show of support, attracting 178 participants and raising almost $4,000 for Laurierâ€™s Movement Disorders Research and Rehabilitation Centre (MDRC)."
Let the Invisible Children be Visible by jSo - about 6 years ago
"Presentation Night MARCH 7 and the Invisible Children Project has been a great turn out. So far this year 2008, we have raised over $3000 from our presentation night, glowinthedark bracelets, tshirts and charity:water and of course from our generous donors and sponsors =D All proceeds will go to the Schools for Schools Programs for the Children of Uganda."