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. And if you're out for a charity walk or promoting your cause in the colder weather consider customizing charity sweatshirts to stay warm as well!

Filthy Mudder Muckers by Kathleen - about 1 month ago

Filthy Mudder Muckers T-Shirt Photo

"We are the Filthy Mudder Muckers we ran the MuckFest MS Mud run on June 14th. 3 of my close friends have MS so we ran and raised money for the cause! CustomInk was super easy to work with we can'..."  

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The Ride for Roswell by Rapp - about 1 month ago

The Ride For Roswell T-Shirt Photo

"We did the Ride for Roswell in memory of my husband William Rapp who lost his battle with cancer 2 years ago. The Ride for Roswell raises money for cancer research. This is the second time I have w..."  

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Fight For Air Climb Team All Can Succeed by Team All Can Succeed - about 1 month ago

Fight For Air Climb Team All Can Succeed T-Shirt Photo

"Team of 12 friends climbed 38 flights of stairs raising funds and supporting the American Lung Association. Our team was so excited to see this year's shirts designed together by a few team members..."  

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AGJ-ALS Walk 2015 by Annamarie's Crew - about 1 month ago

Agj Als Walk 2015 T-Shirt Photo

"I had t-shirts made for the 2015 ALS Walk in honor of our friend and co-worker, Annamarie G. Jackson, who was diagnosed with the horrible disease called ALS in July of 2013. Annamarie did the walk..."  

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Team Heath by Amie Hebert - about 1 month ago

Team Heath T-Shirt Photo

"I wanted to thank CustomInk for doing an awesome job on our shirts/tanks this year! Team Heath has been participating in relay for life since 2011 but this year one of our members was diagnosed w..."  

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Relay for Life First Timers! by Danielle W. - about 1 month ago

Relay For Life First Timers! T-Shirt Photo

"This is Team Anacki Strong at the Relay for Life of Greater Bridgewater, MA! After my boyfriend's father was diagnosed with bladder cancer in the fall of 2014, we decided we needed to step up an..."  

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Team Strut for the Gut by tylerc - about 1 month ago

Team Strut For The Gut T-Shirt Photo

"This is Team Strut for the Gut at the 2015 Denver Take Steps for Crohn's and Colitis. The event was held in Denver on Saturday, June 20th, and 4 the 4th year in a row, we won Best Dressed Team and..."  

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Team Lighthouse Keepers by Tina Blongy - about 1 month ago

Team Lighthouse Keepers T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered these shirts from CustomInk because they had the perfect lighthouse for us to proudly remember our mom in the Relay For Life."  

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Little Giants Team - March for Babies 2015 by Little Giants - about 1 month ago

Little Giants Team   March For Babies 2015 T-Shirt Photo

"Since our son was born prematurely in November of 2011, we've participated in the March for Babies walk each spring. Each year our team has continued to raise more money for this great cause. This ..."  

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relay for life team photo by cancer crusaders - about 1 month ago

Relay For Life Team Photo T-Shirt Photo

"This is our 4th year doing the relay for life event and wanted a bit more flare. We choose the colors orange and navy for our shirts because it represents the cancers that have touched our team's l..."  

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