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.
Grandpa Climbs for Everett by Julie - about 1 year ago
"Grandpa hikes 14'ers in Colorado and this year he turned his climb into a fundraiser for his grandson, Everett, who was diagnosed with A.L.L Leukemia in August, 2012. We didn't have the thought of turning the climb into a fundraiser until almost time for the hike. Thank you, CustomInk.com for your prompt service! We were able to get the shirts mailed out so the whole family could wear our shirts on Saturday, July 20, 2013, as we cheered Grandpa on! "
Centre of Attention - miss you Tippy! by I Love Boobies! Relay for Life Team - about 1 year ago
"This was our 2nd year of participating in the Relay for Life to raise money for the fight against cancer. Unfortunately last September we lost one of our team members, who also happened to be the heart of our team. Tippy brought light and laughter to everything he did and everywhere he went. This year we raised over $11 000.00 for the Relay and plan on trying to continue to beat this number every year until a cure for cancer is found!"
In Memory of Andrea by Jiena - about 1 year ago
Hope & Love by Hope & Love for Lupus - about 1 year ago
"Our first child, Lucy, was born at 23 weeks last year, weighing just one pound. Amazingly, she survived her first days. We watched her grow and grow, and fell more in love with her every day. Sadly, she got an infection that very suddenly took her from us when she was just two months old. During this time we lived at the Ronald McDonald House, as the hospital was two hours from our home. They loved us and supported us, and always took very good care of us. They became like family to us. This year, with our new son William, we took part in the Walk for Kids to help raise money for the Ronald McDonald House. We wanted team t-shirts with Lucy's tiny feet. Ordering from CustomInk was incredibly easy, and the customer service has been amazing. You made it so easy for us to honor our daughter's beautiful memory."
Paul "PK" Engman Memorial Tennis Challenge by Kevin Engman - about 1 year ago
"Our son, Paul, was gifted both academically and athletically. He played varsity football in the 7th grade, played baseball, and played varsity tennis in the 7th grade. He was very gifted but a very good person, always willing to help someone. Tragically on January 4, 2003 he died in an auto accident on his way home, he was 16 years old. He was to be Virginia Minnesota's #1 singles player in tennis with high hopes of going to state again. We have held this tournament in his honor every year since. We invite two varsity tennis teams from other towns to join the host team Virginia for a fun day of tennis. No scores are kept, one player from one team can play with a player from another or even with the coaches. We serve 'tacos in a bag' for lunch which is Paul's favorite. It is a good family day. Our family provides the shirts for all the players each year which is about 60. "
In Memory of Officer Sean Collier by Collier179 - about 1 year ago
"Officer Sean Collier and myself have always loved to hike. We both planned on hiking to the top of Mt Katahdin in Maine this summer. On April 18th, Officer Colliers life was taken way to soon. I was devastated. In memory I decided to still make the adventure to Mt Katahdin. I wished more than anything that he would be standing by my side at the top! Having this shirt and wearing it at the top kept him in my mind the whole way up! I know he was looking down upon me with a big smile on his face!"
Gone Pitchin'! by Gone Pitchin' Softball - about 1 year ago
Team Boogie Man ladies by Paula Bell - about 1 year ago
"This is a relay for life event in Niles Michigan. I lost my father in 2009 to pancreatic cancer and we started a team in his memory in 2010. He was a truck driver and his cb handle was "Boogie Man." The man on the front was drawn by my niece to represent him. The pocket on the drawing says "rip Wayne." We have had nothing but great experiences with custominc and you will be my choice from now on."