Custom T-Shirts for children's hospital
Fighting Childhood Cancer- Savannah's Survivor Squad by Savannah G - 6 months ago
"I was diagnosed with a highly aggressive cancer at the age of 16. September of 2013 I celebrated my 5th year off chemotherapy officially making me a cancer survivor. This year the Children's Hospital that treated me put together a run/walk to raise money for our oncology unit. I formed a team to help celebrate my 5 years. There were 55 members on my team, but here's what we could get in one photo before the race began. Our event raised over $10,000 for our unit! It was a very emotional day. My experience with CustomInk was awesome! The customer service was impeccable and made ordering such a large number of shirts easy! When our design had to be altered before printing, the rep. was very respectful of my wants/needs and made the effort to known the story behind my design. I am so happy with my order and service! I'll definitely be back! Hopefully next year I'll have an even bigger order for my team. "
Team Brady by Team Brady - 11 months ago
Bringing Smiles To Children's Hospital by The PACE Moms - about 1 year ago
"The Professional Athletes, Celebrities and Entertainers Mother's Organization (The PACE Moms) bring teddy bears to Children's Medical Center Plano Where:Dallas/Plano Texas (Children Medical Center) When: July 26,2013 Why: During our Annual Conferences and any city we visit, the moms always visit a children's hospital to deliver teddy bears to the children admitted at the hospital to brighten the lives of them and their parents/guardians."
Walking for Tomorrows by Kat Draper,RN - over 1 year ago
"I am a pediatric nurse working in a large children's hospital. My floor serves many specialties, and cystic fibrosis is one of them. These kids spend weeks and weeks at a time with us, so you can imagine that we get to know them and their families very well. As a nurse, it amazes me the risilience and bravery that these children possess. This is my second year I have led our unit in fundraising and raising awareness by taking part in our local Great Strides Event. Since only 30,000 children and young adults suffer with CF in the United States, it receives no federal funding. The search for a cure for these kids lies solely with us! Our team was able to raise over 5000$ this year! Our t-shirt was drawn and designed by one of our CF patients. It is a beautiful pair of lungs that reads: "Breathe" on the front, and "Keep Calm and Cure CF" on the back. Custom Ink was recommended to a friend who used them recently for a business function. We knew we wanted to work with someone who would take care of our precious artwork, and make sure that we got the perfect product in the end! The team at Custom Ink was great from start to finish, and even made a donation to our cause. We walk to add tomorrows!"
Multiples RUN...so their Mommas do too! by kbaskin - over 1 year ago
"We are a small "running" group within our San Antonio Moms of Multiples group. This was our first race as a group, it was the Neon 5K Sun Run benefiting Childrenâ€™s Miracle Network Hospitals' local affiliate, Children's Hospital of San Antonio, and it took place on March 2nd. These aren't the first shirts I've designed, I always have so much fun designing shirts on CustomInk! The quality is great and we always get tons of compliments."
Wellness Warriors arrive at Children's Hospital! by Shannon - over 1 year ago
"Our 2-year old was diagnosed with leukemia on January 2. The chemo and steroids have altered his appearance and sometimes we felt like "just another patient" while in the hospital. So we are wearing our boy's pre-chemo face across our chests to remind everyone that there is a healthy, happy little boy under this condition. Our friends and family across the county are also wearing their Team Nico shirts on his treatment days to show their support and Nico loves to see the pictures of them wearing "Nico's shirt." "
Justin Bieber Houston Buyout by Jordan - almost 2 years ago
Springer Lab by Ed - over 2 years ago
"This was my farewell party at the Immune Disease Institute, Children's Hospital Boston/HMS. I wanted to thank my colleagues for an amazing scientific workplace. Usually part of the farewell gift is a Harvard Medical School T-shirt. But this time I surprised everyone with a T-shirt that had a logo mentioning the three main research areas of the lab: Integrins, von Willebrand Factor, and Malaria. After my advisor put his T-shirt on the whole lab followed suit and we took a group photo. It was the best party: T-shirts and cake! I've used Custom Ink before and I knew if I wanted the perfect gift for my lab mates they would deliver. Their customer service is always great, and they make designing T-shirts fun and easy. Thanks a bunch."