Diabetes T-Shirts for JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes

Show your commitment to defeating Juvenile Diabetes with custom JDRF t-shirts from CustomInk! The customers in the photos below are supporting a good cause, and they look great doing it. To get inspiration for your own shirts, check out our charity design ideas, or our popular walk team names.

JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes: Up & Adam, Time to find a cure! by Morayea - 6 months ago

Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes: Up & Adam, Time To Find A Cure! T-Shirt Photo

"Adam was diagnosed with juvenile or type 1 diabetes at the age of 2. Now, 6, he rallies his friends and family to walk each year in the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. We've been using Custom Ink since our first year walking and have had nothing but great results. We'll be back next year!!! Go Up & Adam"

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Team Natalie 2013 Hampton Roads, Virginia by JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes - Team Natalie - 6 months ago

Team Natalie 2013 Hampton Roads, Virginia T-Shirt Photo

"JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes Hampton Roads, Virginia 2013 Team Natalie We won the t-shirt competition!"

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JDRF walk to cure diabetes 2013 by Jodi Johnson - 6 months ago

Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"My family and I have made the team "Double Vision" - a vision for a cure x two. We are participants in the juvenile diabetes research foundation walk. Both myself and my step-son are effected by type 1 diabetes. We have used Custom Ink the past 2 years for shirts for our walk (which took place at Arrowhead Stadium this year). They are a great company to work with and the shirts make us look like more of a team! Thank you Custom Ink! We will continue to work with you in years to come."

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Cheering for Team Super Clark by J.R. - 6 months ago

Cheering For Team Super Clark T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is from the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes at the Oakland Zoo in October 2013. A team of over 30 people walked on the team to support my 3-year-old son (second from right in photo) who was diagnosed with T1 Diabetes a year ago. CustomInk had amazing turnaround time, customer service and I am very happy with the final product. Will definitely place more orders in the future! And, CustomInk even donated to our cause!"

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Noah's Posse - 2013 JDRF Walk To Cure Diabetes by Noah's Posse - 6 months ago

Noah's Posse   2013 Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"This is Noah's Posse's 5th year raising money for the JDRF. Noah (holding the sign) was diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes on September 28, 2008 at the age of 7. We started walking the next year and have used CustomInk every year. Noah designs his walk team shirts and we were lucky that he choose a baseball theme this year. (You can imagine the t-shirts a 12 year old boy can design.) This year we raised over $5000 to help fund research to find a cure for Type-1 diabetes. Noah's Posse has raised about $30,000 in the past 5 years. CustomInk has donated to Noah Posse each year and we are truly thankful. We wouldn't go anywhere else to get our shirts."

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JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes by Will Jacob - 6 months ago

Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"Our 3rd Annual Team Deloitte in the Boston JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes 2013! We had over 30 walkers on the Charles River Esplanade in Boston to support JDRF in its efforts to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. Also our third year designing shirts on CustomInk and getting complements along all three miles of the Walk!"

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JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes - Patricks Fighters by Patrick King - 6 months ago

Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes   Patricks Fighters  T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is of my team who supported me, go has diabetes, and walked with me for a cure. My team name was Patricks Fighters in which I created a shirt that uses the firefighter cross logo on the back because I want to follow my fathers footsteps and become a firefighter. All 38 shirts were worn and people even asked where I got the shirts from! Custom ink is great!!!"

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Team Addie - JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes 2013 by Sara Schmitt - 6 months ago

Team Addie   Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"My 5 year old daughter Addie (seen here front row in face-painted kitten whiskers) was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 2. This is our 3rd year doing the Central Wisconsin JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes in Stevens Point WI for "Team Addie" on 10/5/13. This year we exceeded our fundraising goal and expect to reach almost $3,000! As you can see from the smiles, we have a very enthusiastic group and received many compliments on our awesome CustomInk t-shirts (the back of the shirts say "Team Addie"). I was elated to find out after the original order was placed and we needed more that I could get 5 more t-shirts at nearly the same cost - what a lifesaver! We will keep coming back every year, you cannot beat CustomInk's exceptional customer service. Thanks so much for another great year!"

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Ethan's Diabetes SMACKDOWN by Ryan Howell - 6 months ago

Ethan's Diabetes Smackdown T-Shirt Photo

"Ethan Howell is a 7 year old with Type 1 Diabetes. He was diagnosed when he was just 3 years old and every day since has had to learn to manage and deal with the disease. Dealing with finger pokes and injections 6-10 times per day would be rough for most, but Ethan takes it in stride and never complains. Ethan decided he wanted to join in fundraising for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in hopes of finding a CURE some day. This picture was taken at the JDRF Walk to CURE Diabetes in Bay City, Michigan. Ethan and the family that helps care for him (all pictured) raised over $1,100 to find a cure! Ethan is a HUGE WWE Wrestling fan, so he helped design a t-shirt to shows that he wants to lay the SMACKDOWN to Diabetes! Working with Custom Ink on this design was fantastic. The customer service was outstanding and the final product was excellent. Ethan was so PROUD to see everyone wearing his team name. Clearly they were all having fun with their best wrestling pose too!"

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Larens Den by Laurens Den - 7 months ago

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