Custom T-Shirts for disability

Best Buddies New York by Best Buddies New York - 9 months ago

Best Buddies New York  T-Shirt Photo

"Check out Best Buddies New York's awesome student leaders at the 24th Annual Best Buddies International Leadership Conference! Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization that establishes a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Leadership Conference brings together over 1,800 leaders in the disability rights movement from across the country and around the world. We had a great time, and we love our new shirts! Who knew there were so many shades of green?! Thank you, Karen Turner, for your expertise! We love CustomInk and we will be back!"

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All Included by Team Hero - 12 months ago

All Included T-Shirt Photo

"Team Hero supporting the inspirational efforts of Best Buddies Indiana at the 2013 Friendship Walk! Best Buddies is a global, nonprofit organization that is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This is done through the power of friendship, employment and overall empowerment."

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DAVID PRICE SPONSORS C.A.P.E.! by CAPE Special Needs Basketball 2013 - about 1 year ago

David Price Sponsors C.A.P.E.! T-Shirt Photo

"The 2013 Challenged Athletes Playing Equally (C.A.P.E.) was proudly sponsored by David Price (MLB 2012 Cy Young Award winner) and his Project 14 Foundation. C.A.P.E. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing sports and activities to children and adults with special needs and is located in Murfreesboro Tennessee. Sports and activities including baseball, basketball, bowling, hockey, soccer and many more are conducted year round with the express purpose of increasing social skills and improving self esteem. David Price, a Murfreesboro native, has been a friend for many years of C.A.P.E. and we are honored that he has chosen us to be part of his charitable causes."

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