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.

Team Throck - Get Your Rear in Gear 2014 by Mary - about 1 month ago

Team Throck   Get Your Rear In Gear 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"This shirt was created for the recent Get Your Rear in Gear event held on Saturday, March 1 in Raleigh, NC. Each year, a team of us run/walk in this race in honor of a dear friend, Morgan. On October 8, 2012, sweet Morgan lost her battle to colon cancer at the young age of 25. These shirts help us to remember her spirit and a life well lived. A big thank you to the CustomInk team for working with us each year to produce such inspiring shirts."

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Marine Corps Marathon Veterans Team by Alisa - 2 months ago

Marine Corps Marathon Veterans Team T-Shirt Photo

"My father is a Army veteran of the Beruit Bombings in 1983 and runs the Marine Corps Marathon every 5 years in honor of his comrades. This year, he wanted run with a team and carry full size flags. Each member of the team serves in a different branch of service (Two Marines, my father Army, and myself, Navy), so we were able to represent all branches of the military who lost soldiers in the Beruit Bombings."

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Relay for Life Team: We Will Dance by In Memory of Pastor Caroll Wages - 2 months ago

Relay For Life Team: We Will Dance T-Shirt Photo

"Our church lost our co-pastor in 2012 to Cancer, so we built a team for Relay for Life in Memory of her. We walked the first Relay for Life in Wayne County in Richmond IN, in May 2013. Custom Ink was absolutely amazing and sooo helpful through the entire process of creating our T-shirts!! We are planning on continuing using Custom Ink for our future events. The shirts were amazing and turned out wonderfully. THANK YOU Custom Ink!"

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48 Flights for Lung Disease by Melissa - 2 months ago

48 Flights For Lung Disease T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter, Claire and I, along with 7 other friends and family participated in a Fight for Air Climb in memory of my dad who passed away after struggled with lung disease for more than 20 years, had a double lung transplant and lost his fight in August. The Front of our shirts have a ribbon with wings and our team name "John's Straphangers". My dad was always so generous from dinners out to season tickets to the Redskins, to vacations. He often called us his suitcase straphangers :) The back had In Memory of JDE. These shirts were a lot of fun and allowed us to unite as a team and stand out in the crowd with spirit. CustomInk was awesome to work with and we are so grateful for the donation which helped us raise nearly $3000 to support Lung Disease awareness and research! "

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Hope for the Holidays performance at Randall Children's Hospital by Amazing Grace Dancers - 2 months ago

Hope For The Holidays Performance At Randall Children's Hospital  T-Shirt Photo

"We have been ordering our studio tees from CustomInk for the past year and have had a flawless experience. Not only is the service wonderful, the product and ease of ordering have been so convenient. Our students love wearing their shirts to class and performances, even to school! We are building a unique program because we make an extra effort to promote awareness for Congenital Heart Disease in honor of Zoe Grace Armitage, daughter of studio owner Kacie Armitage. Zoe Grace was born with a rare congenital heart defect called Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome and after 4 1/2 months of fighting this disease, she passed away on August 31st, 2012. Amazing Grace Dancers strives to support the heart community in addition to creating quality and affordable dance experiences for kids. Thank you CustomInk for helping to bring our studio together with our awesome shirts!"

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Spinning for Steve by Sheila & Shelly Still Cruising after 50 years - 2 months ago

Spinning For Steve T-Shirt Photo

"Golden Gang's 3rd year participating in Cycle for Survival in memory of my husbands father who lost his battle of a rare cancer in October 2011. We will cycle each year til a cure is found!"

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Beer and Chili Run 2014 by abbey - 3 months ago

Beer And Chili Run 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"It was taken in Newport Ny for an annual 5k race, I made the shirts in memory of a friend we lost in August. The backs say "In memory of CRF""

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Miles for Mira Relay for Life Team by Relay Team - 3 months ago

Miles For Mira Relay For Life Team  T-Shirt Photo

"This was our 2013 Relay for Life Team. Our coworker Mira Band passed away last January from cancer so we formed a team in her honor and participated in the Burlington MA Relay for Life on June 1st 2013. Our team was the top fundraiser for the event. We raised over $11,000.00. We loved our purple shirts so much we reordered them again for 2014 Relay in Tangerine. Can't wait to see them. I spoke to three CustomInk reps and all three were so awesome I asked to speak to MOD to pay them a complement. Zain took my order and he ROCKS!!"

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Meagan Memories in Virginia by Team Meagan Pictures! - 3 months ago

Meagan Memories In Virginia T-Shirt Photo

"Our daughter Meagan was facing a third heart transplant when she died hence the 3 hearts on the shirt. Customink made a very difficult time the easiest it could be with their superior customer service and quality of work. Our family will never be able to thank them enough. "

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Meagan Memories in California by Team Meagan Pictures! - 3 months ago

Meagan Memories In California T-Shirt Photo

"Our daughter Meagan was facing a third heart transplant when she died hence the 3 hearts on the shirt. Customink made a very difficult time the easiest it could be with their superior customer service and quality of work. Our family will never be able to thank them enough. "

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