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.

Light the Night - The MacDaddies by Julie_MacDonald - almost 6 years ago

Light The Night   The Mac Daddies T-Shirt Photo

"The MacDaddies are a team of friends and family that participated in a fundraising event called Light The Night in Vancouver, BC. The event is an annual walk hosted by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC). The Society's mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. The team was put together in honour of my Dad who passed away from non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma July 5, 2007. Our goal was to raise $15,000 and we were able to raise over $16,000! I had the sweatshirts made as a surprise to express a special thank you to everyone for their support for this event and during the past year. Everyone loved the sweatshirts - and they really helped us stand out during the walk!"

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Race for my Mothers Cure by NicoleGrover - almost 6 years ago

Race For My Mothers Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Our family has participated in the Komen Race for the Cure in Newport Beach, California for the last 5 years. However, this year became more significant with the sudden 3rd reoccurrence of my mother’s cancer after 14 years of remission. This year we decided to make this event bigger than all the others by creating her very own personal shirt with affirmations, printed on the back of the t-shirts, from her friends and family to help her make it through the next step of her new journey. Thank you so much Customink.com for your “simple to use” website, wonderful customer service & high quality product! I will refer your company as much as I can and look forward to working with you again!!!"

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Bankers, Blues, and BBQ by FSBNWA - almost 6 years ago

Bankers, Blues, And  Bbq T-Shirt Photo

"Fayetteville, AR hosts Bikes, Blues, & BBQ every year to raise money for local charities. This year there were over 400,000 bikers on Dickson St. in Fayetteville. First State Bank of NWA hosts a cookout every year during Bikes, Blues, & BBQ for our customers and neighbors. We served almost 400 people this year and gave away these t-shirts! This was our best year yet and the t-shirts were great!"

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Team Juddy by JuddyBuddy - almost 6 years ago

Team Juddy T-Shirt Photo

"My family participated in a Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk in memory of my beloved brother, Justin."

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Stash Tea girls at Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by MeganR - almost 6 years ago

Stash Tea Girls At Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Stash Tea was a sponsor of Race for the Cure here in Portland. Employees volunteered there time at the Health Expo handing out tea samples and getting the runners hyped up for the race."

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Cari-Boob Coffee @ the Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk by AMueller - almost 6 years ago

Cari Boob Coffee @ The Breast Cancer 3 Day Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We crewed (volunteered) at the Breast Cancer 3-Day walk in the Twin Cities in MN. Our theme was Cari-Boob Coffee Cafe, a play on the coffee store Caribou Coffee. Caribou loved it and even provided items for us to give away in a drawing for the over 3000 walkers that walked the 60 miles in 3 days!"

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Walkin' for the Girls 2008 by OurTeam - almost 6 years ago

Walkin' For The Girls 2008 T-Shirt Photo

"We walked in the Twin Cities Breast Cancer 3-Day September 19-21, 2008! Working with CustomInk was fairly easy and they were very supportive!"

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Hunting for a Cure by MichelleMac - almost 6 years ago

Hunting For A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"This was our annual participation in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Walk to Cure Diabetes. Our niece, Calista, was diagnosed at three years old, she is eight years old now. Her daddy was killed in a tragic car accident in March 2007 and we missed the 2007 JDRF walk. Her daddy, Michael, always did the sponsorships, designing, and coordination for this annual walk, along with his now widow, Chrystal. They together have/had four children, Calista being their only girl and the eldest. They have since moved away to Minnesota, too far from our core family support and we miss them more than words can express, but their mom wanted to start a new leaf on life. So, being that our entire family shares in the passion of hunting, Calista's Uncle Ed came up with the team name "Hunting for a Cure 2008." Our O's and zeros were target symbols with a deer in the center. The backs of our shirts read "JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes, Benefiting Calista, In Memory of Michael." The green camo was offset with hot-pink lettering, Calista's favorite color. We shared an emotional walk, but enjoyable, and we had a memorable day together."

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PKD Walk by KrisPatrick - almost 6 years ago

Pkd Walk T-Shirt Photo

"My mom has Polycystic Kidney Disease and received a kidney transplant about a month ago. My mom and her donor (a long time friend) are holding the posters in the front row of the pic. Since our two families are bonded forever, we named our team "Kidney In-Laws" - this is our team pic. Mom wasn't up to walking, but was well enough to join us! Your company did an awesome job and we won top team t-shirt!"

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Lulu and her sisters! by LBAnderson - almost 6 years ago

Lulu And Her Sisters! T-Shirt Photo

"These are our daughters at the walk for Livie (Lulu-3rd from the left). She was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes last year and we wanted to make her first JDRF walk special. We had 45 team members! Thanks to CustomInk, everyone got to be a Lulu's Leaper for the day! CustomInk made our day even more special and I can't wait to order our shirts for next year!"

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