Fundraiser T-Shirt Designs - Raise Money for Your Fundraiser with T-Shirts
There's nothing we love more at CustomInk than seeing photos from your charity and fundraising events. Custom t-shirts are a great way to build morale within your fundraising team, and they make your events more fun! Whether you need to create t-shirts for Autism Awareness, a Breast Cancer Walk, or any fundraiser under the sun, CustomInk can help.
Seattle Liver Life Walk - Team Cristina by Team_Cristina - almost 5 years ago
"5k Liver Life Walk - Seattle, WA on Sunday, September 20th at 9am The Liver Life Walk is the national fundraising walk of the American Liver Foundation. Nearly 20,000 people from coast-to-coast pound the pavement to put an end to liver disease! Participants in the Liver Life Walk make a difference by raising the critical funds to support research grants, public education, and advocacy all in an effort to increase awareness and progress in the fight against liver disease. CustomInk is great to work with. The shirts are quality made! I love how the order comes on time and the shirts are put together by size, so I don't have to search for different sizes!!!"
Stone Soup Films by SSF - almost 5 years ago
"These shirts were a BIG part of our successful fundraiser for our first year of Stone Soup Films. They really help get the word out too! We make short videos for free for worthy organizations in Washington DC that could never afford to pay for one. Custom Ink was SO easy and amazing to work with and the quality is outstanding!"
Team Susie Q's Honeydews by Honeydews - almost 5 years ago
"My friends, who I've known since grammar school, walked with me in the Race for the Cure in Central Park in New York City on September 13th. I've been doing the race for years, but this year, I was diagnosed with breast cancer myself. It was an emotional day for all of us. I'm so glad that I picked CustomInk to do the shirts for such a meaningful event. They were a pleasure to deal with, the shirts were perfect and they even sponsored me in the race. Thanks CustomInk!!"
Team Swim Across America by CoachTex - almost 5 years ago
Team McBoobies walks to fight Breast Cancer by McBoobies - almost 5 years ago
"Team McBoobies walked in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer on September 12-13 in Long Beach, California. We raised almost $5000.00 and walked 26 miles to help fight and find a cure for Breast Cancer. It was our first time walking and we have decided that we will walk again in the future! EVERYONE LOVED OUR SHIRTS!!! They were a big hit! I wish I ordered more because people were asking me for them! Next year I will order more to give away to our fans! Thank you Custom Ink!!!"
Ithaca College Habitat for Humanity Flamingo Flockers by Flockers - almost 5 years ago
"This year, Ithaca College's chapter of Habitat for Humanity is continuing it's annual "Flamingo Flocking" fundraiser to raise money for the club. All raised funds support our annual three week-long build trips down south to help eliminate poverty housing! Each night the group, wearing their AWESOME shirts, courtesy of CustomInk.com, heads out with 75 flamingos and stakes the birds into the lawns of two houses. A "ransom" note is left, which describes who we are, and asks for a donation toward our cause in order for the birds to "fly away". They then give us an address of a friend, family member, co-worker, etc. and the following night, we pick the birds up and flock the next victim! It has been great working with CustomInk.com, they were so very generous and even gave a donation to our club! Thanks again for the support"
Team Elliot Jimmy Fund Walk finish by TeamElliot2009 - almost 5 years ago
"This was our fourth year walking for the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk. We walk to raise money and awareness of Infant ALL a rare form of leukemia. Elliot, the team's namesake, is a four year survivor of Infant ALL. He has inspired many to walk a marathon and to donate more then $400,000. We are excited to have customized shirts for our dedicated team members. It was so easy to design the shirt at CustomInk.com. Thank you."