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.

Great Grandmom's Birthday Blessing by - about 1 year ago

Great Grandmom's Birthday Blessing T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter-in-law, suggested having some family T-shirts made to honor the birthday of my mom that passed in January of this year. Her birthday was in April and most of her family and close friends met at the cemetery in Fort Worth, TX and had pastor Dave say a birthday blessing in conjunction with each one of us giving a statement of why we loved her. She was a joyful independent woman who volunteered in her church, community and state affairs. "Here I am you lucky people" was one of her favorite sayings. Customink was fantastic in carrying out T-shirt makings and sizes. "

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Paige's All-Stars by Katherine - about 1 year ago

Paige's All Stars T-Shirt Photo

"Our March for Babies team, Paige's All-Stars, walked in Wilmington on April 6th in honor of our precious daughter, Paige Elizabeth, who was stillborn nearly 2 weeks before her due date on November 20th, 2012. Walking to support the March of Dimes was such an amazing and touching experience. Our t-shirts we designed with CustomInk were perfect. Our team looked great, and everyone was proud to walk for such a great cause! Thank you, CustomInk, for helping to make our walk such a great experience!"

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"Running with Steve Ruddy" by Rock n Ruddy - about 1 year ago

"Running With Steve Ruddy" T-Shirt Photo

"Steve Ruddy passed away on April 7, 2012 just as he was finishing a 10 mile run; he was almost home. Steve loved running and he played guitar and was passionate about music. When we heard that the Rock n Roll Half Marathon was coming to San Francisco for the first time, on April 7, 2013, we knew running or walking it was the right way to spend the day. Steve's dad, sisters, wife and many friends signed up (more tried to sign up but the race sold out too quickly!) to run. Another group of over 20 of Steve's friends took over an aid station, dressed in 80's rock outfits, and handed out water, gatorade and beer to thirsty runners. Any year that Steve didn't do the San Francisco marathon he was volunteering at an aid station. Unfortunately not everyone was in the group photo since some got the race start late and had to go straight to the start - 18 of us ran in honor of Steve. Someone running asked two of us which race our shirt was from since he hadn't seen it before, when we explained it he told us "that's really great, I actually feel his spirit with me right now" and he started running faster!"

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Colon Cancer Challenge Team Photo 2013 by Colon Cancer Challenge Team Photo 2013 - about 1 year ago

Colon Cancer Challenge Team Photo 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Every year, in late March or early April, I gather together friends and family for the annual Colon Cancer Challenge in Central Park in NYC. Some of us walk, some of us run, but all of us do it to remember loved ones we lost to the disease. I unfortunately lost both my father (2007) and my mother (2010) to the disease, and so I've become quite the poster boy for colon cancer awareness. This year we had our biggest team yet - 14 people - and I hope it grows as the years go on. :)"

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Supporting Team Nicole by TEAM NICOLE - about 1 year ago

Supporting Team Nicole  T-Shirt Photo

"The Toledo Hospital Cardiac Cath Lab Staff Supporting TEAM NICOLE. 4/5/13. TEAM NICOLE was created for our daughter Nicole Arvanitis who was recently diagnosed with Non Hodgkin's Lymphoma and is currently undergoing Chemotherapy Treatment. "

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Family at P. Taylor Hope Lodge Donation Drive by kbabineaux - about 1 year ago

Family At P. Taylor Hope Lodge Donation Drive T-Shirt Photo

"My cousin Gigi passed away three years ago from cervical cancer. She was 39 years old. My daughter decided to do a donation drive to the Patrick Taylor Hope Lodge, for her National Honor Society service project. Gigi and her parents stayed there free of charge as she went through very painful chemo treatments. It was very good for our entire family...especially Gigi's parents. We decided to make it an annual event. This year was the third year and I thought we should get t-shirts so that everyone one notice our group as we visited the French Quarter in New Orleans and hopefully ask questions about them. Hopefully more people can learn about this great place. Drew Brees knows about it. He donated a million dollars to renovate the lobby and rooms. It is fabulous. I started out by finding the website to customink online. Shea got me started, Erickka helped me to tweak things and Matt completed my order the next day. They were wonderful...and excited about what our group was doing. The shirts were in my hand 5 days after the order......and 6 days earlier than the promised date...I might add. The donation drive was a huge success and we ended our day with an outing to the Olive Garden, which was Gigi's favorite place to eat. Thanks Customink for making us one sharp looking group.:):)"

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Celebration of Life by Jen - about 1 year ago

Celebration Of Life T-Shirt Photo

"My son was killed in a car accident on October 10, 2012. His 21st birthday would have been March 17, 2013 (St. Patrick's Day). His name was Patrick Papale, he was lovingly nicknamed "PP" by all his friends. I decided to have a Celebration of Life party to honor him on his birthday. A couple of friends of his came up with the "Happy St. PP's Day" for the front and the back has a memorial poem, his picture and then his dates. The shirt needed to be perfect for me. This day was a very important part of my healing process. My son will be forever loved and missed but with the help of customink.com there was little stress as far as the shirt was concerned. Every person that I talked was very interested in making sure my expectations were met and more, along with many seemed very sympathetic for my particular situation. Thank you very much."

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Half for Haunnah by Half for Haunnah Meyer - about 1 year ago

Half For Haunnah T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter passed away 3/6/13. She had Cerebral Palsy so the green is for CP. I run the Cincinnati Flying Pig marathon every year and after her passing my other daughters came up with these shirts. We have over 20 people running the Half Marathon for Haunnah. My sister and I ran a Half Marathon this past weekend in Lexington Ky for Haunnah."

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Pops' Pride - Forever in Our Hearts - Relay for Life by Mike - about 1 year ago

Pops' Pride   Forever In Our Hearts   Relay For Life T-Shirt Photo

"Since my father was diagnosed with lung cancer in early 2011, family and friends have gathered together to fight cancer at our local Relay for Life event in Delran, NJ. Sadly, Pops lost his battle with cancer shortly after the first Relay for Life event. When family members visited Disney World about a year after his death, they honored him by wearing their Pops' Pride T-shirts and bringing along my father's T-shirt for a perfect picture with Cinderella Castle as the backdrop. We couldn't have been happier with the service provided by CustomInk. We will be using CustomInk for years to come!"

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God Made Her Our Angel by ljeang84 - about 1 year ago

God Made Her Our Angel T-Shirt Photo

"I'm an active runner and love to run 5k's and 10k's whenever I get a chance to do. So when the MD Anderson SCOPE 5k race came up on my calendar I signed myself up and my family! MD Anderson was my home away from home when I was young as my grandma was receiving treatment for colon and liver cancer. She was the bravest person I knew and fought tooth & nail trying to beat her cancer. Although she didn't win her battle with cancer, her memory and strength will always live within our whole family. I've used CustomInk before for our family reunion last summer so when my mom mentioned she wanted to get shirts made for the race I knew I would go back to CustomInk. It was a seamless process and I loved working with everyone on the team to make changes & corrections on the shirts. They even made it in before the guaranteed date! I recommend CustomInk to everyone I get a chance to and can't wait to use them for our next event."

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