Honor T-Shirts and T-Shirt Fundraising Tools
Honor, remember, and celebrate those you love using the power of custom t-shirts. Whether youâ€™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.
Sophia's Soldiers at the 2014 Pittsburgh Pirates Run/Walk for Epilepsy by Sophia's Soldiers - about 1 month ago
"These are "Sophia's Soldiers", a team of family and friends that was formed to support our six year old daughter, Sophia Pozek, who was diagnosed with Epilepsy in December of 2013. Sophia is to the right of the multi-colored flower wearing the purple bandana. Sophia was having up to 30 seizures a day and while the doctors were trying to find the right medication to control her seizures she spent almost 2 months in the hospital. She's doing great though and just passed 5 months of being seizure free! The photo was taken at the 2014 Pittsburgh Pirates Run/Walk for Epilepsy which took place on Saturday, July 19. In this, our first year of participation, our team raised almost $2,000 to help those affected by Epilepsy and seizure disorders. A HUGE thank you to CustomInk for the amazing shirts. You were great to work with and really made the process smooth and easy!"
Zach's Tracks for Epilepsy walk by Melissa Whitsel - about 1 month ago
Coca Family Reunion 2014 by Coca Family - about 1 month ago
"My crazy family of Cubans have decided to gather together this summer to celebrate our wonderful grandparents and the hard work they've put forth to support us throughout our lives. We are the Coca Family and we are enjoying our reunion in Pigeon Forge, TN. We decorated the shirts to celebrate our name, Coca, which is almost everyone's favorite soft drink. In this photo, there are 4 generations enjoying our cool shirts that were designed and put together by the wonderful Custom Ink team. Custom Ink did a phenomenal job with our shirts and our order in general. Every single person we worked with made this experience and our shirts more special than we could ever hope for. Thanks Custom Ink!!!! "
Happy Birthday Auntie Vertell! by - about 1 month ago
BBBS Fight for Angie by Jillisa - about 1 month ago
"We are the Nemaha-Brown County, Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters program. Our director, Angie, has been battling stage 4 colon cancer for 8 years now. This week (July 11th) was our local Relay for Life event in Seneca, Kansas. We entered a team in support of Angie. Angie's cancer has spread to her brain and throughout the rest of her body. There are no more treatment options for her. This was more than likely, her last Relay for Life. She is pictured in our submitted picture with the bandanna on her head, the 2nd from the right. We wanted to honor her with these shirts this year. She loved seeing them! Thank you for giving us that opportunity! "
Primera Freunion Familiar 2014 by Nene july4 - about 1 month ago
"After our parents passed away four years ago, we decided to get together as sibling not only to remember our parents but to connect with other. We live in separate cities in the state of Texas and one lives in the state of Arkansas. We met in Amarillo, TX. My experience with “CustomInk” was satisfactory. They were helpful, patient and professional."
Walker Family Reunion by Patricia Polite - about 1 month ago
"We were having our family reunion during the week of July 4th following my aunt's funeral in McCaskill, Arkansas. On the back of our t-shirts is a beautiful picture of my aunt Lenora in rememberance. If I could submit more than one pic then I would gladly show it. It was a great ending wearing these shirts for our bittersweet reunion. "
Pat's Brats - Relay for Life by Pat's Brats! - about 1 month ago
Team Ruth - 2014 NBTS Walk by Team Ruth - about 1 month ago
"We joined the 2014 NYC National Brain Tumor Society walk in memory of Ruth Pleasant. We lost her to this disease in 2009 and plan to remain a part of this organization's efforts to one day find a cure. Until that is done, we walk to support all of the survivors and their families in their fights the way those who came before us helped us in ours."