Honor T-Shirts and T-Shirt Fundraising Tools

Honor, remember, and celebrate those you love using the power of custom t-shirts. Whether you’re walking to fundraise for a charity, or bringing family and friends together to memorialize a loved one, custom t-shirts and sweatshirts help bring people together for a common cause. Explore the photos below for great examples of people who came together to honor those they love. You can even create a fundraiser in their honor with our new free fundraising tool.

We Are With You! by Team Karen - 5 months ago

We Are With You! T-Shirt Photo

"Our dear friend Karen is battling breast cancer. She is a fighter and an inspiration to all of us. We wear our pink shirts every Wednesday to show our support. The photo was taken outside our school on a "We Are With You Wednesday". We love you Karen!!"

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Glioblastoma Awareness...Team Kathy! by Susie - 5 months ago

Glioblastoma Awareness...Team Kathy! T-Shirt Photo

"We did a 5k in honor of my sister, Kathy, who has brain cancer. Specifically, we were walking Glioblastoma Awareness, a stage IV type of brain tumor. We need to raise awareness for this awful, not very well-known type of cancer. My sister is someone very special and means something to every single person in this photo!"

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team Jorge at Bloodgusher 2014 by Team Jorge - 5 months ago

Team Jorge At Bloodgusher 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"This is Team Jorge. We run in honor and memory of Jorge Medrano. Jorge was on his way to college to run cross country. His life was tragically cut short on a training run when he was struck be a vehicle. "

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MS Walk, East Hartford, Rentschler Field, April 6, 2014 by Dolly's Angels - 5 months ago

Ms Walk, East Hartford, Rentschler Field, April 6, 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"I created a walk tshirt with my mother's picture on the front. Placed the order with CI. They called to say orig picture resolution too low for a printable picture. I sent another better picture of my mom to them. CI contacted me again by phone and email and advised me they could put white behind my mom's picture so her face would not print out yellowish as the t-shirts were bright yellow. All this was done within days of placing the order and I received the most beautiful t-shirt I ever imagined. Mom got diagnosed with MS at age 29 and died from complications of MS at age 68. The t-shirt enveloped me with her warmth and love. Thank you CI for a pleasurable ordering experience."

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Team Mireya by Team Mireya - 5 months ago

Team Mireya T-Shirt Photo

"we did the march of dimes walk a thon for my daughter Mireya. the walk was held on march 22,2014. my daughter wasn't born early but she was in NICU for over a month and march of dimes did proved a lot of help. now we walk to return the favors and help other little babies and mommy's in need. Our experience with Custom Ink was very satisfying, we love how our shirts stood out in a big crowd, our family really loved the shirts as well. custom Ink all I have to say is wow you really made our shirts just the way we wanted them and definitely will order from here next year. thank you custom Ink From Team Mireya."

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Heart &Soul Family Reunion by cshirth - 5 months ago

Heart &Soul Family Reunion T-Shirt Photo

"My brother, sisters and I were getting ready to launch balloons in memory of our parents. Custom Ink did an awesome job on the t-shirts and were easy to work with. I even had a problem with a couple of the ladies shirts running too small and Custom Ink sent me 2 more out right away in a different style. Everyone loved their reunion shirts. Thanks Custom Ink!!!"

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Run for the Rose 2014 by Cindy's Silver Linings - 5 months ago

Run For The Rose 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"This is team Cindy's Silver Linings. We participated in the Run for the Rose on March 30. This foundation raises money for brain cancer research at MD Anderson in Houston, TX. It was an honor to run in memory of our mother, wife, sister, cousin, and aunt. What an amazing woman she was. "

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2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch! by Maggie Kennedy / Dustin Bullard - 5 months ago

2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge Brunch! T-Shirt Photo

"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."

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Aunt Stacey Loves You Andrew Layne by Aunt Stacey - 5 months ago

Aunt Stacey Loves You Andrew Layne T-Shirt Photo

"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!"

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Honoring Jake Nielsen Tribute by Jake Nielsen Tribute Fundraiser - 5 months ago

Honoring Jake Nielsen Tribute T-Shirt Photo

"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. "

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