Custom T-Shirts for k-12 charitable event
Keep Calm and Support Special Olympics! by Hartford Special Olympics - 4 months ago
"This picture was taken at the Arkansas Area 4 Special Olympics Track and Field (4/24/14). This is my first year teaching and I was not sure if we would even get to go, but we got the paperwork in and the kids worked really hard to be able to participate...its really the biggest and most exciting thing for our kids all year! We arrived to a soaking wet track (crazy lightening and rain once we got to the designated school - our school does not even have a track)! We ended up in an indoor gymnasium crowded by all the other schools - there were supposed to be around 600 people there (teachers, athletes, and sponsors). We managed to make some room and organize a group photo..the result was as good as it was going to get, but the amazing part is that we were one of the few groups who had a uniform or matching look! The kids were so proud of their shirts and to be representing their school. We had several faculty members who could not attend order shirts and wear them to school that day to show their support! They ended up cancelling the competition after a few events with no plan to reschedule; it was quite disappointing. But we had a blast, and looked fantastic! I seriously cannot stop talking about CustomInk and the amazing service, support, and product we have received! We were sent replacement shirts when our first batch didnt turn out quite the way we hoped (and we didnt even ask, you asked me for the survey and I gave a great review and listed my comments and you actually listened)! I was so amazed and excited and everyone would probably like me to stop talking about it, but I just cant! We have already started designing our shirts for next year - your site makes it so easy and the customer service is out of this world! I couldnt be any more pleased and look forward to ordering more shirts in the future! Thank you again for such great service and for helping our kids look great on their big day!!!"
West Broward HS Bobcats Wear Pink! by Maria - almost 3 years ago
"The Student Organization of Anatomy & Physiology (SOAP) at West Broward High School held a fundraising awareness campaign for early detection of breast cancer. We sold customink shirts for the month of October (219 total shirts) to students, faculty, staff, and parents. The picture took place OCtober 25th in the school's courtyard at 7:15 a.m. with a few of the students, faculty, and staff members that were present at that time. My experience with customink was phenomenal. We placed two super rushed orders and the shirts came on time and exceeded our expectations. "
Dancing For A Cure by PHS Dance Team - almost 3 years ago
Relay For Life 2011 by walking for warriors - almost 3 years ago
porterfield's peeps by Porterfield's Peeps - over 3 years ago
"To honor a second grade teacher at our school who passed away suddenly at a terribly young age from lupus, her friends, family, coworkers, and students came together to do the lupus walk held in Baltimore on May 7th. Our team raised almost $3,000.00 for lupus research. Our Custom Ink shirts looked great and our experience with the company was exceptional. They even made a donation to our team. Thanks Custom Ink!"
"I am the coach for a coed cheer team in Freedom Wisconsin. I have been working with Tatianna since she was in 8th grade. Her freshman year she found out that she had bone cancer in her right leg. Since then she has gone through many many chemo treatments, and had a titanium rod put into her leg. She is now a junior and came back to the team to be the manager. She walked with a cane and did everything she could to help the team. This year while we were in Louisville Kentucky, she broke the titanium rod in her leg merely by stepping wrong. We ended up in a hospital where they casted it until we got home. When we got home the doctors decided to amputate the leg just above the knee. She had also found that she had 15 nodules in her lungs and has to go through extensive chemo and future lung surgeries. She is keeping her spirits high, but does not have an easy road ahead of her. Her family has had a hard time with all the traveling and expenses from all of this. The cheer team decided that we would create a tee shirt for her and sell them to her classmates to raise money for her. We are having our picture taken with the kids all wearing them and giving it to her for her birthday which is May 7th. We charged $15.00 for the shirts that you are printing and all the proceeds will go to the family. This is our situation. If you would be interested in helping us, We would love to accept anything on behalf of the family. We had a head shaving marathon for her 3 years ago when she was first diagnosed with cancer. So we thought we would have to have a new approach for her. This time it is a lot more intense than the first time. My heart goes out to her and her family. They are really nice people. Isn't that the way it always goes? Here is the picture of the Freedom students wearing the shirt that was ordered through you (CustomInk) and that you donated $50 to the family. Thank you so much for your donation "
Lax For Love by rmlaxforlove - over 3 years ago
Digging Pink! by Dig Pink Volleyball at Colorado Crossroads - over 3 years ago
"The second day of the Colorado Crossroads tournament is traditionally dedicated as Dig Pink Day and our Team participated by wearing pink to show our support for breast cancer awareness. The shirts ran a little small but the work on the shirts was excellent! Thank you CustomInk!"
Kick It for a Cure- Warde v Ludlowe by Kat - almost 4 years ago
"Fairfield Warde High School Girls Varsity played Fairfield Ludlowe High School. Both teams wore your t-shirts during school and on the field for warm ups prior to the start of the game. Our teams are fierce rivals and this game is always the most highly attended of the season, with stands always at capacity. In addition, the game was taped and shown on TV by MSG Varsity. As breast cancer has touched the lives of players on both teams, we thought this game would be a good opportunity to show how rivals can unite for an important cause."