Custom T-Shirts for college charitable event

Relay for a cure.... by SF's Giants - about 3 years ago

Relay For A Cure.... T-Shirt Photo

"We are students from Susquehanna University who are not only friends, but people with a passion for contributing to the search for a cure for cancer. This year, we formed a team in honor of one of our best friends ( and team captain) who is a cancer survivor and an inspiration to us all. We named our team SF's Giants, not only because SF are her initials, but also because the relay's theme was baseball and the San Francisco Giants won the world series... we are quite proud of the name.=] Our team stayed from 7pm to 7am the next morning and we are proud to report that our small university was able to raise over $30,000 in this relay. We encourage you to join in a Relay For Life near you... you never know who's life you will touch and maybe even save simply because you decided to use your voice. "

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Act! Speak! Build! Week by Habitat for Humanity at the University of Minnesota - about 3 years ago

Act! Speak! Build! Week T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of our Habitat for Humanity board and event committee for Act! Speak! Build! Week at the University of Minnesota. The purpose of this week is to raise awareness and promote advocacy of Habitat for Humanity as well as housing issues on a local, national, and global level. This picture was taken outside the inflatable jumphouse that we had as part of our Habitat carnival on the lawn of our student union. "

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Team Ha-Cure-a Matata by Sam - about 3 years ago

Team Ha Cure A Matata T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken at Relay for Life at UNI."

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Nerd Herd by Nerd Herd <3 - about 3 years ago

Nerd Herd T-Shirt Photo

"Chemistry Club AKA the Nerd Herd! Helped St. John Fisher College in Rochester, NY raise over 30,000 at the annual Relay for Life! We by far had the best t-shirts there! "

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Odanadi day by Odanadi - about 3 years ago

Win Odanadi Day T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken during a Project Week where students from the United World College learned about Ayurvedic traditions while practicing Ashtanga yoga. On Saturday, March 12th our practice and money was donated to an organization called Odanadi. "Odanadi currently houses 85 women and young people, many of who have been rescued from the hands of brothel owners and sex traffickers, others from abusive homes, child marriages or domestic servitude." To find out more see: www.odanadisevatrust.org"

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We Are Made To Give by jccorks - about 3 years ago

We Are Made To Give T-Shirt Photo

"We Are Made to Give was run by a group of students at the University of Western Ontario along with Premier Productions and Jim Bob Ray's Bar. The event was held for Dennis Choi, who will be bicycling across Canada during the summer of 2011 in memory of his friend Blane Morden. Dennis has been raising funds for the "Right to Play" charity, which helps underprivileged children play sports all across the globe. "

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Social Entrepreneurship-Teamwork by DESIGN FOR A BETTER FUTURE - about 3 years ago

Social Entrepreneurship Teamwork T-Shirt Photo

"We planned a Hunger Dinner at UCLA to teach students about world hunger and how US food production affects the rest of the world. It was a huge success and everyone looked great in our shirts from Custom Ink"

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AU's Colleges Against Cancer at Making Strides!! by CAC at Making Strides! - over 3 years ago

Au's Colleges Against Cancer At Making Strides!! T-Shirt Photo

"We were at Making Strides on the National Mall on October 30th, 2010. Our shirts were a big hit! And CustomInk was SO generous and donated to our team! =)"

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5k Registration by BTMH5k2010 - over 3 years ago

5k Registration  T-Shirt Photo

"(story under a previous submission)"

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2010 Breastival! by Women's Initiative - over 3 years ago

2010 Breastival! T-Shirt Photo

"The 2010 Breastival was American University's 6th annual festival to raise awareness for breast cancer and other women's health issues. Women's Initiative, a department within Student Government, organizes the event each year, and the event draws around 2,000 students to the quad for fun games, food, and information from 60 area and campus organizations. This year, despite it being cold and windy, the event was a success yet again!"

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