Custom T-Shirts for children

Kids Dance Outreach by Kids Dance Outreach - 7 months ago

Kids Dance Outreach T-Shirt Photo

"Kids Dance Outreach is a non-profit organization in the city of Indianapolis that brings children and their communities a unique educational dance experience. We provide transportation for 31 3rd grade students from the Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter School. They come to the Athenaeum Building in downtown Indianapolis each Friday where they receive 2 free dance classes. They take: ballet, hip hop, different cultural dances, African dance, and musical theatre. As a celebration of the student’s accomplishments we hold a Graduation Performance Showcase where our students perform for their families and friends. Most of the children in the program come from underserved communities; they are mesmerized by this new experience. Our mission is to make a positive change in the lives of young people through the discipline of dance. Because we are a start-up non-profit our funding is limited. We initially contacted Custom Ink, in need to order a few shirts for our staff. Customer Service representative, Nate was wonderful. The service, quality and end results were awesome. Soon after, everybody loved our shirts! People were noticing them on the streets, and they were definitely getting attention! We decided the children needed to have their own "costumes" for the show, and that we would do anything to make this happen. Having their own KDO shirts, gifted to them by the program, would make this experience even more special. With limited, out of pocket funding, we reached out to Custom Ink once again. Customer Service representative Adrian, went above and beyond to help us make our order. Adrian not only gave us the best options in terms of pricing, and product quality, but he showed a genuine interest in our organization, and what we do. Custom Ink made our efforts feel even more worthwhile. Needless to say the children loved their KDO Custom Ink shirts. The work that we are doing is changing children’s lives, and with the help of Custom Ink, we were able to provide an even better experience for them, to take on for the rest of their lives. Our shirts are catching people’s attention on the streets, and around the city; they are opening the doors for conversation, curiosity and awareness of our organization. Thank you to the volunteers at Kids Dance Outreach, Director Michael Johnson, and thank you CustomInk, Nate and Adrian for your help in bringing this gift to the children of Indianapolis. THANK YOU CUSTOMINK!!!!"

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Teame Beale military children unite! by Team Beale - 7 months ago

Teame Beale Military Children Unite! T-Shirt Photo

"The Parent Advisory Biard at Beale Air Force Bace in California, Started a movement call the "unity T-shirt" the shirts are worn every Friday by the children that attend the youth programs at Beale AFB. Together the parents and teachers are teaching the children that they are a unique team of kids that have a special bond, that bond is the common fact that at some point their mommy or daddy may be asked to deploy and protect our nation. It is our job to take care of each other. "

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Mini Team Thompson by Mini Team Thompson - 7 months ago

Mini Team Thompson T-Shirt Photo

"This is the Washington, Mo 2013 Walk MS. These cuties are walking to support Jen Thompson and to find a cure for MS. They are all wearing their Custom Ink t-shirts. We had an excellent experience and can't wait to design our shirts for next year!"

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JC&me 2013 by Henderson Church of the Nazarene - 8 months ago

Win Jc&Me 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"This year was our second JC&me program at Heritage Park, in Henderson NV. Everyone loved the shirts, and they had the added benefit of visibility, even when it got dark out. So... safety: check, style: check, fun: check! Thanks Custom Ink! "

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Be Like Brit Race Team by Kristin Hervey Musser - 8 months ago

Be Like Brit Race Team T-Shirt Photo

"The Be Like Brit Race Team runs to help the children of Haiti in memory of Britney Gengel, who died in the tragic Haiti earthquake of 2010. ABOUT BE LIKE BRIT In many ways, Britney Gengel from Rutland Massachusetts was a typical 19-year-old young woman, but her humor, passion and deep sense of caring for those less fortunate made her memorable to all who met her. It was her compassion for others that brought Britney to Haiti on January 11, 2010, just a day before the catastrophic earthquake that claimed an estimated 230,000 lives. Britney had spent the day visiting Haitian orphanages in Port-Au-Prince and just a few hours later, Britney, three of her fellow students, and two Lynn University professors lost their lives in the rubble of the Hotel Montana. Britney was missing for 33 days before her remains were recovered. Fortunately, Britney’s dream did not die with her. Only hours before the earthquake, Britney sent a text message to her family that read: “They love us so much and everyone is so happy. They love what they have and they work so hard to get nowhere, yet they are all so appreciative. I want to move here and start an orphanage myself.” These forty words would sustain Britney’s family through the tragedy and, ultimately, serve as the driving force behind the establishment of the Be Like Brit Foundation and the decision to build an orphanage in Grand Goâve for the children of Haiti. The mission of the BLB Foundation is “to serve the children of Haiti by establishing a safe, nurturing and sustainable orphanage in an environment where they can grow, learn and thrive.” We welcomed our first child on January 21st, and are now a family of 33 children! We have had exciting milestones, too, including the first round of report cards, first visits from the tooth fairy, and we have had birthday celebrations! Our children are really thriving!"

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Bringing Smiles To Children's Hospital by The PACE Moms - 9 months ago

Bringing Smiles To Children's Hospital T-Shirt Photo

"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."

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At Rancho San Juan Bosco Orphanage by R J Cooper - 9 months ago

At Rancho San Juan Bosco Orphanage T-Shirt Photo

"We have traveled with a dedicated team of people to Rancho San Juan Bosco Orphanage in Tecate, Mexico for the last 7 years. For 3 years, we've brought shirts for everyone to wear one day, creating a wonderful sense of unity. We love CustomInk and how with their help we've been able to create fun, affordable, unique shirts. This year's shirt has a picture of a mountain over the chest that is reminiscent of Mt. Cuchuma, whose foothills are seen in the back of the photo. Rancho San Juan Bosco is an amazing place for children to grow and thrive. We're thrilled to be a part of it and to bring CustomInk with us when we go!"

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Family...History in the making by Family...History in the making - 9 months ago

Family...History In The Making T-Shirt Photo

"When my husband & I were serving at the Family History Library, our children & grandchildren came for a family reunion. Our theme was "Gedeborg Family...History in the Making" and the wonderful t-shirts carried that message. Since this photo was taken, we have added to our Family and have ordered more t-shirts. Customink - Thank you so much for sharing in the spirit of families everywhere!"

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The Little Apostolic Kids Giving God the Praise by Apostolic Kids - We Need Your POWER! - 9 months ago

The Little Apostolic Kids Giving God The Praise T-Shirt Photo

"Well, we had our annual youth day. We usually get our shirts from a local place, but this year I chose to use Custom Ink because you all are awesome. This photo here show our younger children singing, clapping their hands, and giving God the praise. Our shirts where just what we wanted."

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What the tuck! by Allysonjackson - 10 months ago

What The Tuck! T-Shirt Photo

"What the tuck is a phrase coined by our son Tucker who started saying it when he was 5!"

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