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.
Can you see us now... Good. by TheHighlighters - over 4 years ago
The LifeSavers Relay for Life Shirts 2010 by Stacie - over 4 years ago
National Walk for Epilepsy by AdamsAmigos - over 4 years ago
MS Walk 2010 by KtAngels - over 4 years ago
Shaving Our Heads to Conquer Kids' Cancer by TEAM_BALLY - over 4 years ago
"For the last 3 years TEAM BALLY has participated in the local St. Baldrick's event by asking for donations toward shaving our heads in honor of all kids suffering from pediatric cancer. All donations go to Childhood Cancer Research through the St. Baldrickâ€™s Foundation. TEAM BALLY had 14 Shavee's this year which included 3 kids and 2 women. One woman had hair long enough to donate to "Locks of Love". Thanks to Custom Ink our T-Shirts were awesome and we received many compliments."
Staying Strong at Franklin 5K by LydiaLL - over 4 years ago
MS Mud Run Jacksonville, FL 2010 by msmudrun2010 - over 4 years ago
Team Rack Pack 2010 by KarynBe - over 4 years ago
"Team Rack Pack made strides towards the cure for breast cancer at the Susan G. Komen 5K Race for the Cure at Dodger Stadium on Sunday March 14, 2010. Our T shirts were a hit!!! Not only did Custom Ink make it totally easy to design and order out awesome shirts, but they donated to the cause too!! Great quality ink and super comfy shirts! Next up...Relay for Life and Revlon! Thank you Custom Ink!"
Climb to Conquer Cancer by Agustins - over 4 years ago
"We participated in the American Cancer Society's Climb to Conquer Cancer in Phoenix on February 27. We had these shirts made in honor of our family member who lost her battle with Melanoma. These shirts tell everyone how we feel about our loved one being taken too soon. On the back was printed "In memory of.." with her name. Please support the American Cancer Society in finding a cure."