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.

John's 100th Bomb Group by Annette - almost 4 years ago

John's 100th Bomb Group T-Shirt Photo

"Our family participated in the Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on October 2nd, 2010 in honor of our step-father, John. John was so proud to serve in WWII with the 100th Bomb Group and was shot down over Germany and held captive for 9 months. He now suffers with this dreadful disease and so we walked in his honor. Our group of 19 raised over $2,000. Custom Ink made this so easy for us! They took our step-father's picture and was able to put it on the back of our shirt in a respectful, yet economical way. I would not hesitate to order from them again!! Thanks Custom Ink!!"

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TeamBetty by TeamBetty - almost 4 years ago

Team Betty T-Shirt Photo

"My kids at the Walk to Defeat ALS walk in honor of their Aunt Betty! CustomInk took great care of us and got the shirts to our team quick!"

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Trans Tahoe Relay Swim 2010 by "Poohstrong2" - almost 4 years ago

Trans Tahoe Relay Swim 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"Where: Lake Tahoe When: July 10, 2010 Why: University of California, Santa Barbara Alumni Swimmers get together every year to celebrate a fellow swimmer's life that was taken early due to cancer. We created the team "Poohstrong" in honor of our fellow swimmer who had the nickname "Pooh". We are two-time division champs and plan to do it again next year with two teams and more CustomInk shirts! CustomInk Experience: Outstanding! Changes were very easy to make. Every representative I spoke with was kind, courteous, and extremely helpful!"

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Team Chris by TeamChris - about 4 years ago

Team Chris T-Shirt Photo

"This team was organized in honor of our son, Chris Gregory; his donated organs have changed the lives of 7 people. Be a hero, be an organ donor."

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Bosom Buddies by JordanV - about 4 years ago

Bosom Buddies T-Shirt Photo

"We put together a team of 30 people to walk/run for the Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure in the fight against Breast Cancer in honor of my mother. The shirts were a huge success and made the event extra special."

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Team Rochelle 2010 by LKAK2010 - about 4 years ago

Team Rochelle 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"Susan G. Komen 2010 Mother's Day Race for the Cure, Philadelphia, PA. Custom Ink provided a quality product and personalized service. Our unique shirts honor and commemorate a very special mom - Rochelle Kelman!"

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Team Jani 2010! by Kerry - over 4 years ago

Team Jani 2010! T-Shirt Photo

"The photo shows our team for the MS Walk - Team Jani -- in honor of my mom, Jani, who has had MS since the mid 1980s. What made this year special was that my mom (in the wheelchair in the center) travelled all the way from Boston to walk with us this year. Go mom!"

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JVC struts for Patrick Group by Janssenvetclinic - over 4 years ago

Jvc Struts For Patrick Group T-Shirt Photo

"This was the Indianapolis Humane Society's Annual Fundraiser. Our group walked in honor of Patrick Trainor. A young man who died tragically a month ago. He was a volunteer for the Humane Society. It was a very rainy, windy day, but we walked proudly for Patrick!"

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Happy 70th Birthday Jama by L.A.rocks - over 4 years ago

Happy 70th Birthday Jama T-Shirt Photo

"The grandkids wore their t-shirts proudly in honor of their grandmother's 70th birthday!!"

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Boston Marathon by Valdis - over 4 years ago

Boston Marathon T-Shirt Photo

"In honor of Valdis Kirsis who was suppose to run the Boston Marathon, his uncle proudly wore his shirt as he walked the 26.2 miles to the cheers/chants of his nephew's name."

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