Large Group T-Shirt Design Templates
Make your big group look even more impressive with custom large group t-shirts from CustomInk! As you can see from the photos below, custom tees make your large group look unified and they add to the fun as well. So jump in there and start designing your family reunion t-shirts, youth group t-shirts, or any t-shirts for whatever big group you are involved in!
You can even raise money for your big event with a group fundraiser using our new t-shirt fundraising platform. It's fun, easy, and totally free!
Team MOJO by Whitney Bizjak - 10 months ago
"This photo was taken at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Awareness Walk a few weekends ago at the Convention Center in Mobile, AL. We walked for my aunt Jo Webb who is an aunt, mother, sister, and grandmother. She has been diagnosed with breast cancer twice in her lifetime. She beat it the first time 18 years ago and is fighting everyday right now to beat it again. She is the strongest women I have ever known and every year we walk in honour of her. The CustomInk team was AMAZING! Every time I called with a question, a real person answered and talked me through it. They were always so nice and eager to help. Not only were they helpful but they also donated $20 to our charity fund for breast cancer! "
Company Service Project Day for Feed My Starving Children by Turtle Top / IPC - 10 months ago
"As part of our spiritual mission statement, Turtle Top, IPC, and many additional family members participated in our 3rd annual service project. This event is organized by Feed My Starving Children Mobilepack. Here is most of our crew waiting for instructions. We began with a video overview of previous success and future dreams. Many children shared their dreams of future careers as doctors, engineers, and leaders in their community. This past Tuesday morning, our team of 235 people packed 133,704 meals for these children! For more info about this powerful vehicle of HOPE, go to www.fmsc.org/. In preparation for this day, some helpful folks at CustomInk did a GREAT job printing shirts that helped unify us as a team."
Girls Weekend 2013 :) by Inside Student Ministry - 10 months ago
Stigma Stompers Rock! by Monica Gordon - 10 months ago
"This picture was taken at the Diamond Valley Lake, Hemet, CA. We gathered on 11.2.13 for the NAMIWalks Inland Empire which is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education, support and advocacy for mental illness. I enjoyed working with CustomInk and I already started spreading the word. The website makes it easy to create shirts. I like being able to make various revisions and being able to e-mail it out to others for feedback. I utilized the sign-up sheet and that way I didn't have to add up all the sizes it was automatically done. On several occasions through the process I called the customer line and everyone was always helpful and pleasant. I have been organizing our Stigma Stompers team for this walk for the past five years and every year I have used a different t-shirt company. Next year without a doubt I will be using CustomInk. On top of everything that I said above, they donated to our team. That typer of service and commitment can not be beat. "
4th Annual Team Maureen group photo at the Philadelphia Art Museum by Team Maureen - Race for Hope - 10 months ago
"Team Maureen gathering at our usual meeting place by the Rocky statue at the Philadelphia Art Museum! About to take off in celebration of my mother Maureen Marx who passed away from brain cancer in 2009...we miss her everyday! Thank you customink for your help to swiftly create and deliver our team tshirts! Looking forward to next year!!! "
Lizathon by Team Run Liz Strong - 10 months ago
"Our friend Liz was diagnosed a couple weeks ago with Colon cancer at 32... this was the note we sent to our friends... Liz had a dream to run NYC so she did what everyone has to do and put her name in the lottery. After 4 years of submitting her name and not getting the opportunity to run the she was automatically in for the fifth year. The dream would come true in November 2011. But then she had a minor toe injury that prevented training for the race. You are allowed to default one year after your acceptance, so that's exactly what Liz did, she delayed her run for one more year. Summer 2012 comes along and Liz starts her training up. She gets her miles in, spends early mornings lapping the lake and cross training getting ready for an amazing race. This time Hurricane Sandy came along and wrecked havoc on Liz's plans. All that hard work, the blood sweat and probably tears for her to not get to run the 5 boroughs put on hold until 2013. So that brings us to 2013. Liz's dream to complete the NYC marathon is on hold again. This time she has a much bigger battle to face so that one day she can complete the NYC Marathon. Since Liz can't complete the 26.2 on Sunday, which is the day of the NYC Marathon, WE (her family and friends) should do it for her and call it The Lizathon! Every one of us can walk or run a mile to help get the 26.2 miles in for her. ... We decided to do this on Tuesday and the race was on Sunday, big thanks to the CustomInk team helping us pull off the logistics in no time. Liz said "the docs said having this kind of support could be a game changer." "
Last Game of Fall Ball by ABR Fall Baseball - 10 months ago
"Arlington, VA Babe Ruth Youth Baseball completed their 2013 Fall Ball Season. Over 350 players from 8 to 12 years old played fall ball wearing the CustomInk shirt seen in the photo. The kids liked the black shirts along with the retro player print. This is our first year working with CustomInk on a few shirts orders and we could not be more pleased with the service and product. The ability for quick turnarounds have allowed us to order more closely to our shirt counts - which has saved our league money. "
We Run For Donna by JessicaS - 10 months ago
"My family, friends, and I recently ran in a 10K race in Big Sur, CA. This race has become a yearly tradition that we all look forward to throughout the year. My father, Bob Schuster (in the yellow), ran in his 33rd consecutive run. He's 67 years-old and he and my mom stumbled upon this race by accident the first year that it took place. Since then, they have completed every single one of the runs. This year's race was a difficult one for all of us as we ran with extremely heavy hearts. My mom, Donna Schuster, passed away just a few weeks before the race, on August 24. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in July of 2004 - just a few weeks after she completed her first marathon at the age of 58. She was a lifelong runner and an extremely healthy woman. Her diagnosis shocked us all. She fought the cancer tooth and nail for over 9 years. Through surgeries, countless rounds of chemo, and several doses of radiation, she remained bound and determined to stay with us for as long as she possibly could. She even ran another marathon 2 years after her diagnosis while she was in remission. Her courage and strength and willingness to fight allowed her to meet my kids (her two beloved grandchildren), to travel around the world, and to make the most of each and every day. It's impossible for me to put into words how much this race meant to my mom, and to those of us who love her, over the years. Being able to walk up to the starting line each year, regardless of her physical or emotional condition at the time, was her way of saying, "I'm still in this. The cancer hasn't taken this away from me. I'm still here." She absolutely REFUSED to miss the Big Sur River Run. There were years that she was too weak from chemo or surgery to run. So she walked the entire 10K. There were years she was completely bald. There were years that her body was in so much discomfort that she probably shouldn't have done it. But she did. Every single year - she did it. As we all stepped up to the starting line of the race on Saturday morning, we couldn't help but smile. Because but for her and my dad's dedication to this little race in Big Sur every October, we might not have this amazing yearly tradition that brings together our closest friends and our families. My mom left behind an amazing legacy and this Big Sur tradition is one we are incredibly proud of and grateful for. She may not have gotten to run Big Sur XXXIII and continue to be among the very few who had run every single race. But there were nearly 30 of us in bright teal shirts at the starting line running in her honor. Teal is the color for Ovarian Cancer awareness. Our shirts, made beautifully by Custom Ink, said "I RUN FOR DONNA." Two of us were not wearing the teal shirt. My dad wore his original (from the first year) yellow original Big Sur River Run shirt and I wore my mom's. We ran in honor and in memory of Donna Schuster, an amazing and inspiring woman, wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, and friend. Thank you for making these beautiful shirts. They helped us all feel united and prompted many conversations with other race participants."
Cat strong by Cat strong - 10 months ago
"Some friends and I got these shirts made in honor of our good friend Catherine Bell who is currently fighting Luekemia. We recently did a walk called light the night in Frisco to show our dedication towards her and her family. Our shirts were awesome and though it rained, it did not stop us from walking in honor of her serious illness. "