Memorial Remembrance Design Ideas & Fundraising Tools

Honor the legacy of someone special in your life with custom memorial t-shirts. If you take a moment to read the testimonials below, you'll see how much it means to our customers to have one-of-a-kind custom shirts for their memorial events. You can even honor their memory further by starting your own memorial t-shirt fundraiser.

Celebration of Life by Dark Oak Thrill Park - 17 days ago

Celebration Of Life T-Shirt Photo

"The shirts were to help celebrate the wonderful life of my partner of four years. He passed away @ a very young age from lung cancer."

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Recovery Walks 2013 by Just for 24 ~ Team Tyson - 21 days ago

Recovery Walks 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Philadelphia Pro-Act sponsors an annual Recovery Walk to reduce the stigma of drug addiction and to promote recovery awareness Our team, Just for 24, was formed to honor the memory of our friend, Tyson, who we had just lost to the disease of addiction. Our bright orange shirts (Tyson's favorite color) and Tyson's smiling face on the back put just the right bounce in our steps. It was our first time at the walk but Team Tyson is already working together to make our 2nd year even more successful. "

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Team Neety: Fighting cancer one step at a time! by Team Neety - 22 days ago

Team Neety: Fighting Cancer One Step At A Time! T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered custom shirts to wear for a 5K race that was raising money for Cancer Research. My family all traveled to Austin to run a race in memory of our Grandma who passed away after her fight against cancer."

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Team Ace'd It - 2014 Shamrock Shuffle by Jonathon Carr - 22 days ago

Team Ace'd It   2014 Shamrock Shuffle T-Shirt Photo

"My brother (Andy, nickname Ace) passed away 2 years ago and the last time I ever saw him was at the 2012 Shamrock Shuffle. So we decided to get a team together this year and run in his honor! Huge success and this will now be an annual event for our friends and family. Thanks for your contribution with the shirts! "

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Heart &Soul Family Reunion by cshirth - 24 days ago

Heart &Soul Family Reunion T-Shirt Photo

"My brother, sisters and I were getting ready to launch balloons in memory of our parents. Custom Ink did an awesome job on the t-shirts and were easy to work with. I even had a problem with a couple of the ladies shirts running too small and Custom Ink sent me 2 more out right away in a different style. Everyone loved their reunion shirts. Thanks Custom Ink!!!"

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Run for the Rose 2014 by Cindy's Silver Linings - 24 days ago

Run For The Rose 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"This is team Cindy's Silver Linings. We participated in the Run for the Rose on March 30. This foundation raises money for brain cancer research at MD Anderson in Houston, TX. It was an honor to run in memory of our mother, wife, sister, cousin, and aunt. What an amazing woman she was. "

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Knock out MDS by Remembering Ryan - 24 days ago

Knock Out Mds T-Shirt Photo

"The event, held on Saturday (March 29) was a fundraiser to celebrate the life of my brother-in-law, Ryan. The fundraiser was originally organized to support Ryan in his fight against MDS (Myelodysplastic Syndrome – a form of blood cancer) and aid he and his family with extensive medical bills and the travel required during his recovery from a stem-cell transplant. I worked with Custom Ink extensively and have nothing but good things to say about them. I even had an online chat with them one night at 11:00 PM as we had two last-minute requests for shirts. The t-shirts had actually gone to print that day, but the next day, I received a personal phone call from a member of the customer service team to inform me that they were able to get the additional shirts into my order. And they didn’t even sound annoyed – the girl was actually very pleasant! WOW! The shirts arrived exactly when they were supposed to and everything was right on – from the sizing to the quality and printing. Unfortunately, Ryan passed away before the fundraiser at the age of 33, but we still held it and raised over $13,000. During the event, family and friends approached us hoping to be able to buy a shirt on the spot!! We hope to hook back up with Custom Ink later this week and give those family & friends the opportunity to order one of the t-shirts to honor Ryan’s memory. ? "

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Out Of Darkness Walk by Out Of Darkness - 25 days ago

Out Of Darkness Walk T-Shirt Photo

"I can not thank CustomInk enough for making my family and friends these shirts for this very important day. About 3 years ago, we lost my cousin Shelby to suicide the night before his 21st birthday. Every year we like to honor him by getting involved with the community and do this walk by the American Foundation For Suicide Prevention. Thank you CustomInk for making this day memorable, those shirts made us feel like a team. "

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Harold's Heroes 2014 Big Climb for Leukemia by Harold's Heroes - 25 days ago

Harold's Heroes 2014 Big Climb For Leukemia T-Shirt Photo

"Every year for the past 10 years my family, friends and I have participated in a fundraising event for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society called the Big Climb for Leukemia. The Big Climb happens every year towards the end of March. This year was on March 23rd. The Big Climb is a stairclimb up the Columbia Center - the tallest skyscraper in downtown Seattle Washington. There are 69 flights of stairs, 1311 steps, and 788 feet of vertical elevation. Although it can be challenging, it pales in comparison to what blood cancer patients go through. All proceeds benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. The mission of LLS is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. I formed a team to participate with me in the Big Climb, consisting of family and friends. Our team name is Harold’s Heroes, after my dad, who died from Leukemia 30 years ago. We participate in the Big Climb every year to honor his memory. On the front of our team shirts is a Super “H” (just like Superman’s “S”). On the back (which cannot be seen in the picture) is our team name and an image of my dad. The artists at CustomInk did an incredible job using a picture of my dad and designing a beautiful rendition of the image. We received a lot of complements on the entire design of the shirt. My overall experience with CustomInk has been tremendous. The customer service is exceptional. Every person I spoke with was extremely helpful and very friendly. I had a specific image that I wanted to get "perfect" on the shirt. Every time I got a proof back to review I called to discuss any changes and the customer service people were very helpful in trying to get it "just right." And even though I was going back and forth, making changes and modifications to the images, my order was delivered earlier than expected. I have already recommended CustomInk to friends and family and will be using you again in the future. Thank you so much. "

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2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch! by Maggie Kennedy / Dustin Bullard - 28 days ago

2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge Brunch! T-Shirt Photo

"Downtown Dallas has its share of characters but one stood out among the rest -- Joanie. From her bright red hair to her loud cackle, you could almost always find her saddled up to the bar at City Tavern, drinking red wine. When Joanie passed away, the community was hit hard but banded together to do some good in her honor. And thus the WAKE UP! Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch was born -- organized to raise money for the Bridge, a local homeless shelter, an idea Joanie was a strong advocate of. Last year, we raised over $10,000 in one afternoon. THIS year we raised even MORE (OVER $12,000!) with the help of these koozies. Custom Ink couldn't have been better to work with -- turning out a great looking product and helpful every step of the way. Ask anyone in Downtown Dallas about Joanie. They'll have a funny story or memory -- or they might just point you to the City Tavern where her wine glass is now glued to the bar -- it doesn't matter -- she lives on."

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