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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.
Bark in the Brehm Staff! by Ellie W. - 23 days ago
Knock out MDS by Remembering Ryan - 24 days ago
"The event, held on Saturday (March 29) was a fundraiser to celebrate the life of my brother-in-law, Ryan. The fundraiser was originally organized to support Ryan in his fight against MDS (Myelodysplastic Syndrome – a form of blood cancer) and aid he and his family with extensive medical bills and the travel required during his recovery from a stem-cell transplant. I worked with Custom Ink extensively and have nothing but good things to say about them. I even had an online chat with them one night at 11:00 PM as we had two last-minute requests for shirts. The t-shirts had actually gone to print that day, but the next day, I received a personal phone call from a member of the customer service team to inform me that they were able to get the additional shirts into my order. And they didn’t even sound annoyed – the girl was actually very pleasant! WOW! The shirts arrived exactly when they were supposed to and everything was right on – from the sizing to the quality and printing. Unfortunately, Ryan passed away before the fundraiser at the age of 33, but we still held it and raised over $13,000. During the event, family and friends approached us hoping to be able to buy a shirt on the spot!! We hope to hook back up with Custom Ink later this week and give those family & friends the opportunity to order one of the t-shirts to honor Ryan’s memory. ? "
"Downtown Dallas has its share of characters but one stood out among the rest -- Joanie. From her bright red hair to her loud cackle, you could almost always find her saddled up to the bar at City Tavern, drinking red wine. When Joanie passed away, the community was hit hard but banded together to do some good in her honor. And thus the WAKE UP! Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch was born -- organized to raise money for the Bridge, a local homeless shelter, an idea Joanie was a strong advocate of. Last year, we raised over $10,000 in one afternoon. THIS year we raised even MORE (OVER $12,000!) with the help of these koozies. Custom Ink couldn't have been better to work with -- turning out a great looking product and helpful every step of the way. Ask anyone in Downtown Dallas about Joanie. They'll have a funny story or memory -- or they might just point you to the City Tavern where her wine glass is now glued to the bar -- it doesn't matter -- she lives on."
Aunt Stacey Loves You Andrew Layne by Aunt Stacey - 29 days ago
"We had t-shirts made as a fundraiser for our March of Dimes Team. We walk in memory of our nephew, Andrew Layne Alvstad who was born with Anencephaly and against all odds, lived for 10 days. Our t-shirts raised about $175 for our team and custom ink even made a donation to our team! Our experience with custom ink was awesome! We could not be happier with the quality and customer service!"
St. Baldricks event with Team "Hairless for Henry" by Hairless for Henry - about 1 month ago
"this is our service 1st St Baldrick event send Henry was diagnosed with leukemia in October. We were with the first responders group in the Chicago police station on Grand Central. This is our before picture with all of our family and friends that came out to support us. Everyone got a hairless for henry's he shared from custom ink. Even though we didn't have much time to organize it, custom ink is able to get our shirts to us in under a week. Thank you so much for your awesome customer service and professionalism!"
Honoring Jake Nielsen Tribute by Jake Nielsen Tribute Fundraiser - about 1 month ago
"The Jake Nielsen Tribute was held on March 22nd, 2014 at the Byrd Theatre in Richmond, Va. It was a 3 hr music concert put on by his Richmond School of Rock youth students to honor all the love, work, mentoring & support he had given to them over the last 10 years. Jake passed away suddenly, at the age of 40, from complications of a minor outpatient surgery. He left behind a wife and three children. The concert also included a slide show of past School of Rock performances and a video tribute to Mr. Jake, including interviews from the students and his family. The event was held as a way to honor him and as a fundraiser for the family he left behind. Many businesses in the community supported the event by donating goods or services to raffle or auction off in his honor. Although this photo is NOT a group photo, it was one of many that we received from all over the country from friends & family, who were supporting our local fundraising event for this amazing man, even though they could NOT be in town in person. They ordered shirts and wore them the same day as a show of solidarity. This year would have been his 10th anniversary as founder of The Richmond School of Rock. He was looking forward to doing something really special. The kids made his vision a reality with their tribute to him. "
Relay for Life 2014 by Trisha - about 1 month ago
"This is our third year doing Relay for Life at Western University! This year the event raised over $62 000 for cancer research. We had a great team again this year and we looked awesome in our lime green shirts! We found CustomInk to be a great company to work with. They were so friendly in helping us when we had to change our order and I would definitely order from them again! "
Running for Ainslee by Color Crazy - about 1 month ago
"My home town was having a 5K color race to raise money for the dog shelter in town that we are trying to build. I knew a couple other groups that were making a team for it. My best friend had her little girl a little over 2 years ago. She passed away after 4 days, which was a huge surprise and tragic loss to everyone. My best friends made bracelets a couple months after that for her precious little girl that she lost way too early. I just wanted to do something for my friend. And thought this was a great idea to just remember the sweet little baby doll we lost. I am soooo thrilled about the shirts! They turned out amazing. I loved how they sent me a preview to what they would look like. It allowed me to change the color and be 100% sure they were going to be perfect! The man I spoke with was so nice and so helpful. They truly care about there customers. The shipping was right on time to when they said it would arrive!! Honestly if I ever need a lot of shirts at once I will definitely be coming back to CustomInk for sure!! "
Gilmour Fish Fry by Deanne H. - about 1 month ago
"Gilmour Academy's Women's Club does a fish fry every year to help raise money for need based assistance scholarships. We served close to 400 meals--our best attendance in the 8 years we have been doing it. Our shirts were a huge hit! The Fish Fry was Friday, March 7, 2014."