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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.
HOSA Cares!! by Team HOSA - about 1 month ago
"This was our annual HOSA Golf Tournament that helps raise money for our student organization and leadership activities. CustomInk made this year's HOSA shirts that we will wear as a group to all of our events! They did a great job and we are excited to display our creativity with their skill of making shirts. Thank you!"
Fundraising for Autism Speaks by Field Hockey Team - about 1 month ago
Scrappin' It Pink 2013 by Stop N Crop Scrappers - about 1 month ago
"Annual Scrappin' It Pink event. We get together to scrapbook, enjoy each other's company, and raise money for Breast Cancer research. This year's theme was Super Heroes so our shirts show that we are Super Scrappers who fight against Breast Cancer. We always try to incorporate our theme with the Pink Breast Cancer ribbon and Custom Ink did an amazing job. This was our first year working with them but it will not be our last. We were very impressed with the quality of our shirts."
"We had a Walk for Wells walk-a-thon to raise funds for drilling wells in Alenga, Uganda. We raised $10,000.00, enough to drill a well that day. The t-shirts say Note Karacel which means Unite Together in the Lango language in Alenga, Uganda. Note Karacel is a non profit that we started to give a hand up to 100,000 people living in extreme poverty in Alenga Uganda. We also send girls to school, support a clinic, build fish ponds to support orphans and much more! Father Stan our on the ground Missionary was in from Uganda and we organized this fund raiser around his visit. Father Stan is the African man pictured with us. Our web site is www,notekaracel.org We are an example that a few caring people can make a big difference."
Race for the Cure- team Hattie's Heroes by Hattie's Heroes - about 1 month ago
VSCD's Cammie's Crew - coming and going by VSCD Cammie's Crew - about 1 month ago
"Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware staff, family and friends rode motorcycles for homeless animals at the annual Faithful Friends, Hawgs for Dawgs event in Middletown, DE on Sunday, September 22, 2013. Cammie, VSCD's mascot, was adopted from Faithful Friends as a pup by one of VSCD's co-owners and his family. A perfect mascot for the day! "
Max's Cancer Warriors by Collette Christiansen - about 1 month ago
"We had 50 shirts for the Benefit for Max he is 1 yrs old and at 7mo he was diagnois with Neuroblastoma cancer, our benefit on October 5th in North Branch, MN was awesome and the shirts were so fun we raised 15,000. for the family to help with medical expenses. The photo has Jed the Dad of Max he is the 2nd one from the left. Thank you so much everyone loved the shirts and the quailty was great for a Hanes T-shirt, they were prefect!!!"
Catalina Conservancy Half Marathon by Benefiting Helping the Hospices - about 1 month ago
"While vacationing in the area, a friend from England wanted to continue his charitable work raising funds for a Hospice group that recently assisted his sister in her last weeks of life by completing a Half Marathon in Catalina and a Century Bike Ride in Poway. I decided to surprise him and order tshirts for everyone participating in each event. Custom Ink staff were AMAZING to work with as I was trying to walk through the various options for printing. The New Balance athletic shirts were perfect. Choosing the red color meant we could easily see runners coming towards the finish line. Very pleased with the product and our friend was thrilled with our surprise."
Welcome back home Eric! by Rafy1963 - about 1 month ago
"We are welcoming Eric Miller back home from his journey in Spain. He walked 150 miles on St. James Path ("El camino de Santiago"). Eric is suffering from cancer and going through chemo. More on his story is here: http://www.local12.com/news/features/local-12/stories/cancer-patient-raises-money-hospice-3760.shtml More photos posted here: https://plus.google.com/photos/106475115457520034982/albums/5927270234355665953?authkey=CM2z--2JsN_fMQ Your t-shirts made it in time for us to wear them at the airport. We also wore them for our local walk with Eric fundraiser 2 weekends ago."