Custom T-Shirts for environment
Save Weiss Lake Cowan Creek Clean Up by SaveWeissLake.org Cowan Creek Clean Up - about 1 month ago
"As an all volunteer organization working hard to clean up & protect Weiss Lake in Cherokee County, Alabama, we appreciate the efficient and friendly service we receive when ordering our t-shirts from CustomInk. The high quality, vivid colors on our shirts stand out as we walk along roadways and lake shoreline picking up trash. On this day, SWL teamed up with the Cherokee County High School Bass Team to clean up part of the Cowan Creek Causeway. We collected EIGHTEEN 42 Gallon bags of trash!"
Captain Planet and the Ultra Planeteers by Carlie - 7 months ago
"We designed t-shirts with CustomInk for our Key West Ultra Ragnar Relay Team. The Ultra Ragnar Relay is a team of 6 runners who participate in a 200 mile running relay race from Miami to Key West. Our team, "Captain Planet and the Ultra Planeteers", was comprised of doctors, lawyers, and environmental/marine scientists that believe environmental awareness is important protecting our planet from pollution and detrimental human impact. CustomInk is a great company and were a huge help in putting together our design, selecting t-shirts and ensuring that everything was delivered promptly. "
Narwhal Environmentalists by AmeriCorps Project Conserve - 7 months ago
"In the middle of our 1 year term of service, our AmeriCorps group traveled to the beach for a mid-year staff retreat. We were able to enjoy the sunshine while reminding ourselves of all that we have accomplished in just 5 months. We serve not-for-profits to improve water quality, conserve land, protect agriculture, and reduce energy for residents all throughout Western North Carolina."
River Rally Clean-up crew! by Santa Clarita Atheists and Freethinkers - 10 months ago
"The Santa Clara River in Santa Clarita California is the longest free-flowing river and one of the last two natural river systems remaining in Southern California. Every year, there is a community River Rally, where civic groups get together and descend on the river to haul out all the trash and debris they can find. This helps preserve the river’s natural beauty and variety of wildlife. This year our group, the Santa Clarita Atheists and Freethinkers, wanted a more cohesive look, so we ordered fabulous Custom Ink tees - don't we look great! Love those coordinating trash bags! (ps. At this year's rally alone, the total trash picked up was 10,400 pounds!!)"
Teaching the younger kids about the environment by Environmental Crusaders - about 1 year ago
Chikaming Open Lands in the World's Largest Flag Day Parade by Chikaming Open Lands - about 1 year ago
"Three Oaks Michigan hosted its 61st annual World's Largest Flag Day Parade on June 16, and Chikaming Open Lands sponsored a unit for the first time! As the local land trust, COL protects open space in the southwest corner of Michigan. Wearing our logo shirts from CustomInk made us very visible to potential supporters all along the parade route."
Group Shot - Enviro Club by South Enviro Club - Group shot - over 1 year ago
"We are a High School Environmental Club. In our school, the recycling only gets done because we do it each week, so we are dedicated...and we CARE!! We are currently working on fundraising for environmentally friendly water fountains/bottle filling stations into the school. A sophomore student in our group designed the shirts (she actually drew a design just like it and was thrilled to find it so easily there at Custom ink). We edited it together as a group, collected money and a week and a half later, voila! There they were. Super cute and students (and two teachers) wear them proudly as a badge of caring about our school and the environment. What could be better? "
Road to Doha by Ms. Abney - over 1 year ago
"This is our club right after finishing broadcasting a webcast and panel discussion called Trash Travels that was viewed by students around the world! We are students at Washington Latin PCS in D.C., in an environmentalism and international studies program called Road to Doha in which students videoconference and collaborate in the US, Qatar, and Brazil. Because our webcast was about plastic pollution in the oceans, we chose Anvil sustainable shirts made from 50% recycled water bottles! They are good for the planet, super soft, and durable. We were behind schedule when we ordered, but the shirts arrived in only 5 days and we had them for the big day. We all love them!"