Custom T-Shirts for Community Volunteers

Earth Day extends to Earth MONTH! by EarthCorps - over 2 years ago

Earth Day Extends To Earth Month! T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken in at the West Duwamish Greenbelt in West Seattle on Saturday, April 21 as part of celebrating Earth Month. Young adults from EarthCorps, pictured here, led 600 community volunteers on this sunny afternoon restoring the greenbelt by removing invasive plants and mulching. We gave away t-shirts to our first hundred volunteers, sharing the message "Do something good for the earth this April". This is the second time we have ordered from CustomInk, because they are the best out there! Fast and professional customer service, a wide selection of products to chose from, and the best website around for previewing, editing and getting quick quotes on designs. Plus, we love the inky stickers on the tag!"

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Thiel College Tom Kittens by Thiel CollegeTom Kittens - over 2 years ago

Thiel College Tom Kittens T-Shirt Photo

"This is our cheer and dance youth clinic that is put on every year for kids in the community!"

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Mr and Mrs Quack by Mr & Mrs Quack - almost 3 years ago

Mr And Mrs Quack T-Shirt Photo

"Our community, Glen Lakes, has an ongoing dispute about the care & feeding of the many ducks on our lakes. For the Halloween party, we took the side of the ducks."

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Volunteer Group Photo by AMG Memorial 5K Road Race - Volunteers - almost 3 years ago

Volunteer Group Photo T-Shirt Photo

"Almost seven months ago, one of our dearest brothers, Alexander "Pal" Grant, had tragically passed away at the age of 19. The Boston College community was in disbelief, and we--just a young colony of Sigma Phi Epsilon--were at a loss for words. Alexander Grant was an economics major, a member of the College of Arts & Sciences Honors Program, and gifted musician and philanthropist. Most importantly, he was a friend and our brother. Founded in memory of Alexander Maxwell Grant, our inaugural AMG Memorial 5K Road Race occurred on Saturday, October 8th at Boston College from 9am to noon. All proceeds will benefit The Alexander Maxwell Grant Foundation, a non-profit established to assist artistically and musically gifted young people from troubled or disadvantaged backgrounds. Through the healing power of music, the Foundation will encourage the efforts of recipients to excel in their lives, and in turn apply their talents and knowledge to improve and enlighten the lives of others. On behalf of the Boston College Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, I would like to personally thank CustomInk for surpassing our expectations. Although we had submitted our volunteer t-shirt designs the week before, CustomInk delivered them on time and above par. Even more so, we were ecstatic to hear that your company had sought us out to offer a contribution to our cause. Since this was our first attempt at a road race, we greatly appreciated your firm's generosity. We raised over $3,125 with over 80 runners on our 5K track. We couldn't have done it alone, and we are excited to up the ante for next year's event."

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Reiki Fellowship outreach to Ronald McDonald House by ReikiFellowship - almost 3 years ago

Reiki Fellowship Outreach To Ronald Mc Donald House T-Shirt Photo

"The Reiki Fellowship is a non-profit group that provides Reiki sessions and trainings to medical institutions. We ordered T-shirts from CustomInk that express our message "Touching the World Through Reiki" for our first outreach to the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle, WA on September 21, 2011."

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Escola de Samba rocks! by Escola de Samba de Edmonton - about 3 years ago

Escola De Samba Rocks! T-Shirt Photo

"Our community samba band wore our new CustomInk T-shirts to perform in Edmonton's Pride Parade 2011 and they were definitely a hit! We were featured on 2 local new stations - great publicity!"

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Our Family by The "My Best Fest" Family - over 3 years ago

Our Family T-Shirt Photo

"For music lovers, few events bring people together more than a festival. There is a sense of community that is immediately felt upon entering a campground and setting up camp, gathering on the lawns with newly-found friends and reveling in the sights and sounds of the peacefully gathered masses. The idea for My Best Fest was borne of this spirit of camaraderie and love of music. As a site we hope to develop a communal atmosphere where the festival-going crowd can come together and share their thoughts and experiences from each festival they attend. This picture was taken at the MBF Team's "Best Fest," Gathering of the Vibes in Bridgeport, Connecticut. CustomInk helped us to stand out in the crowd that weekend with some bright shirts! I have been nothing short of impressed with the CustomInk customer service team. Each time I have been on the phone with them, they have been extremely pleasant and helpful. I am looking forward to doing business with them again in the future! "

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CANCER SUCKS-Duane Rittmer Benefit by CANCER SUCKS-Duane Rittmer Benefit - over 3 years ago

Cancer Sucks Duane Rittmer Benefit T-Shirt Photo

"We had a benefit for a member of our community who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Our shirts from Custom Ink were great and were a huge success. The benefit was also a huge success thanks to the overwhelming support of our wonderful little community and all the volunteers that worked so hard to make food and solicit for donations and organize everything. We had a bake sale, kids games, silent auction, live auction, bucket raffle, duck bingo and live entertainment."

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Hearts of Servants volunteering for their community by Hearts of Servants - Here to serve their community - over 3 years ago

Hearts Of Servants Volunteering For Their Community T-Shirt Photo

"We just love the T-shirts for our mother/daughter service organization. It lets everyone know that we have come to serve."

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Team Mad Fish Kicks Cancers A&$! by Team Mad Fish - almost 4 years ago

Team Mad Fish Kicks Cancers A&$! T-Shirt Photo

"On September 25th, 2010 Team Mad Fish jumped into San Francisco Bay as part of 1.5 mile swim to raise money for cancer research and treatment. Over 300 swimmers swam beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, circled around one of the bridge's pylons and head on into Crissy Field Beach. We were thrilled to be able to combine our passion for the sport of swimming with our desire to give something back to our community, and we are proud to say that the money Team Mad Fish raised will go to such a worthy cause: cutting edge cancer research, treatment and patient care at UCSF Children's Hospital Cancer Survivorship Program and Children's Hospital Oakland. Swim Across America, Inc., [SAA] is dedicated to raising money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment through swimming- related events. With the help of hundreds of volunteers nationwide and past and current Olympians, SAA is helping find a cure for cancer through athleticism, community outreach and direct service. Custom Ink - I have no words! Your responsiveness was of the highest caliber. The dialog alone between your rep., Katherine and I, should stand as a model to those companies who even consider having a support line. A simply amazing final product! So wonderfully presented that it will be featured on the SAA website store with all proceeds going to cancer research. Thanks CustomInk.com! "

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