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.

Crusin for Caitlin Team by Cruisin_for_Caitlin - over 6 years ago

Crusin For Caitlin Team T-Shirt Photo

"JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. October 12. 70 walkers in our team raised $20,000 to help find a cure for diabetes. There is no way we would have gotten shirts on time without the help of CustomInK."

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NAMIwalks by Deann - over 6 years ago

Nam Iwalks T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered shirts for our team to wear for NAMIwalks. NAMI stands for the National Alliance on Mental Illness. The walk was to raise money and awareness about mental illness. It was a nation wide event and our state wide walk was in Richmond, VA."

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GLM Supports Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by KCT2412 - over 6 years ago

Glm Supports Making Strides Against Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"This past October of 2007, Team GLM supported the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Walk in Westchester County. Custom Ink helped our team come up with design options, spoke with us on several occasions re: price quotes and walked us through the process when we needed assistance."

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HORNE at Walk for Diabetes '07 by Christi - over 6 years ago

Horne At Walk For Diabetes '07 T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk rocks! My firm, HORNE LLP, participated in the 2007 Walk for Diabetes which raises money for the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi. This is a picture of our team wearing our great CustomInk tees!"

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MS NAMI Walk 2007 by NAMICentralMS - over 6 years ago

Ms Nami Walk 2007 T-Shirt Photo

"The NAMI Walk is an annual fundraising and mental health awareness event conducted nationwide. All proceeds from the MS Walk will be used to fund NAMI's programs in Mississippi which include support, education, and advocacy involving schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and severe anxiety disorders."

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The Team After the Race by 8AutismRun - over 6 years ago

The Team After The Race T-Shirt Photo

"What an amazing event! We had the largest team and raised money for an excellent cause while having fun!"

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Team Black Rose... Great Strides for Cystic Fibrosis by Katybug72 - over 6 years ago

Team Black Rose... Great Strides For Cystic Fibrosis T-Shirt Photo

"Our team walked to honor our friend who passed away from Cystic Fibrosis."

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Fruzins walk to cure Type 1 Diabetes by FRUZINS - over 6 years ago

Fruzins Walk To Cure Type 1 Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"Our family walks in the Queens, NY Walk to Cure Diabetes for JDRF. Over the past 5 years we have raised over $100,000. We have FRIENDS and COUSINS who live with diabetes so the kids came up with the word FRUZINS to describe our very special connection to each other. We had over 80 people walk with us this year and all of them loved the t-shirts. We even had a few strangers ask how they could get one of our shirts!"

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Russ' Rockers Conquer Juvenille Diabetes One Step At A Time by Russ_Rockers - over 6 years ago

Russ' Rockers Conquer Juvenille Diabetes One Step At A Time T-Shirt Photo

"Russ' Rockers is a team that was founded by Russ Israel, recently diagnosed with juvenille diabetes. The team walked in the Juvenille Diabetes Walk in Rockland County, New York in October 2007."

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Team Grand Tetons (2007 Race for the Cure) by Doug - over 6 years ago

Team Grand Tetons (2007 Race For The Cure) T-Shirt Photo

"Team Grand Tetons is our Race for the Cure team in the Oklahoma City area. The event took place on the 20th of October in Down Town OCK Bricktown. Our team won the "Fan Favorite Spirit Award" due in part to the fantastic shirts received from CustomInk. The Race was excellent and working with CustomInk made the experience even that more enjoyable."

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