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Autism Speaks - Team Ben team photo by TeamBen - over 6 years ago

Autism Speaks   Team Ben Team Photo T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken Oct 31st on the Mall in Washington DC during the Autism Speaks walk to benefit autism research. We had over 25 people on our team and raised over $3,000! CustomInk made our t..."  

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Pacini Prayer Posse by KimDiva - over 6 years ago

Pacini Prayer Posse T-Shirt Photo

"Our friend, Mike Pacini, is battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer. We had these shirts made as his support team (Pacini Prayer Posse) with a scripture on the back."  

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Kicking_Cancer_Bootie by TriciaRausch - over 6 years ago

Kicking Cancer Bootie T-Shirt Photo

"On Sept 25 and 26, I walked 60km with 6 of my closest friends to raise money for research and treatment for the underprivileged. It was a huge accomplishment, especially since I just finished trea..."  

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Princeton Varsity Volleyball by carl - over 6 years ago

Princeton Varsity Volleyball T-Shirt Photo

"Since October is breast cancer awareness month, the Princeton men's and women's varsity volleyball teams wanted to support the fight against breast cancer by raising funds through our Dig Pink week..."  

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Houston VisionWalk 2009 by EyesofTexas - over 6 years ago

Houston Vision Walk 2009 T-Shirt Photo

"Blake's Eyes of Texas raised $28,700 for the Foundation Fighting Blindness as part of Houston VisionWalk 2009. Blake, a 23-year-old law student who is a graduate of The University of Texas, was di..."  

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RUN by amyeliza - over 6 years ago

Run T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at our benefit concert for Invisible Children, which is an organization that is working to not only end the 23 year old civil war that continues today in Uganda, but to also he..."  

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Breast Cancer Walk 2009, Louisville, KY by Hansens_Hunnies - over 6 years ago

Breast Cancer Walk 2009, Louisville, Ky T-Shirt Photo

"This is the American Breast Cancer Walk that we have been doing for several years now. We walk for Pat Thornberry who is a breast cancer survivor from our group. Last year we decided we wanted to..."  

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Relay for Life 2009 Hope for Hodgkins by alannanielsen - over 6 years ago

Relay For Life 2009 Hope For Hodgkins T-Shirt Photo

"A friend of ours found out she had Hodgkins last year, so 2008 and 2009 we did relay for life and dedicated our team to her. She held on strong and defeated the cancer!! And relay for life is now o..."  

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VisionWalk 2009 by EYECATCHERS - over 6 years ago

Vision Walk 2009 T-Shirt Photo

"This is our team for the Houston VisionWalk on October 24, 2009. The VisionWalk is a fundraiser event for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Our family chose to support their research to support a ..."  

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Pink Ribbon Racers by SusanG - over 6 years ago

Pink Ribbon Racers T-Shirt Photo

"I am a breast cancer survivor of 1 year. My daughter and I formed Pink Ribbon Racers with friends and family and this was our 4th race/walk on Oct 25th. We're a small group, but we have raised ov..."  

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