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.

Betsy's Believers by Betsy's Believers - almost 2 years ago

Betsy's Believers T-Shirt Photo

"Betsy's Believers is a team made up of family and friends of Yvette (Betsy) Wenner. Yvette lost the battle against brain cancer on 2/14/09. Our team wants to help with the fight against cancer in memory of Yvette and thanks Custom Ink for helping us by making great shirts for us to show our team support. Custom Ink was great to work with and an easy way to design our shirts for this cause."

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Remembering Henry at a cancer walk by Heidi - almost 2 years ago

Remembering Henry At A Cancer Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Light The Night walk for leukemia, and lymphoma. My sister lost her husband to lymphoma in March, and we decided to do a fund raising walk. I was a great way to remember him, and help others going through the same thing. Cancer sucks! CustomInk was awesome to work with. It was very easy, and arrived on the exact day they said :) "

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Unstoppable by Julie - almost 2 years ago

Unstoppable  T-Shirt Photo

"A group of 11 of my family members banded together and took on the Pittsburgh Great Race 5k on Sept 30, walking in memory of Judy Hyde. Judy passed away in February, at the age of 46, from a rare disease called amyloidosis. When we heard that the Great Race partners up with the Amyloidosis Foundation, we jumped at the chance to honor and remember our beautiful mom, wife, aunt, sister, and friend! We absolutely loved our Custom Ink shirts and we plan on making the Great Race an annual tradition!"

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Becky's Butterflies End ALS by Becky's Butterflies - almost 2 years ago

Becky's Butterflies End Als T-Shirt Photo

"My mom passed away 6 months ago from a 18 month battle of ALS. We walked in her memory this year at the ALS walk in downtown Portland, OR. We wanted her picture on our shirts. I found Custom ink on a internet search and was able to create these beautiful shirts.(It was so easy and fun!) My picture I chose to put on the shirt was too blurry but we wanted this picture on the shirt. Your AWESOME team helped me revamp the shirt. They were so patient and professional. Imagine my delight that not only did we get friendly , compassionate, creative service and the shirts at a decent price. I also got my shirts so FAST! well packed!, free shipping , and much to my delight a donation to our cause. WOW! wish all companies were like yours . Thank you custom ink for making our walk so special and helping us honor my beautiful mother. She would have been amazed by the shirts!"

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Love4Joe by Go4Joe - almost 2 years ago

Love4 Joe T-Shirt Photo

"It was a pleasure working with CustomInk! They made sure every bit of my experience was positive. The team shirts were ordered for A Walk to End Alzheimer's 2012. My grandfather passed away last year on the eve of the walk. This shirt was to not only remember him, but to raise awareness for Alzheimer's. This is a picture of most of our team, Go4Joe."

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Leukemia Awareness by Brynn Anschutz - almost 2 years ago

Leukemia Awareness T-Shirt Photo

"Throughout the month of September, as a college class project, I created Leukemia Awareness shirts to sell to raise money for the Children's Hospital of Milwaukee HOT Unit. Recently, a boy in our community was diagnosed with a severe form of Leukemia and in honor of him and his fight, I designed these and sold them all over the US. He passed away on the morning of our community's HS Homecoming game Sept. 28th, the morning I received the order. Hundred's of people wore there shirts in honor of him that night and the stadium glowed, thanks to his legacy and Custom Ink! GOBO!"

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Mark's Goal Counters by Sheila Woodcock - almost 2 years ago

Mark's Goal Counters T-Shirt Photo

"Light the Night walk for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Team Mark's Moal Counters were walking in memory of my 13 year old son Mark who passed away Feb. 13 2012. He had ALL( Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia). Mark was a real Goal Counter both on and off the ice. "

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Team Raechel 2012 by Jake Verterano - almost 2 years ago

Team Raechel 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This is from the Mayor's Annual 5k to "Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer" in West Orange, NJ. We walked in memory of my mother, Raechel Verterano, who passed away in 2010 from ovarian cancer. These shirts were the perfect tribute to her, we have purple and teal ones each with a diamond ring logo on them paying tribute to my glamorous mother. Thanks for the perfect shirts!"

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Legacy of Life by Cathy Mattingly - almost 2 years ago

Legacy Of Life T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter was an organ donor and saved three lives, in her honor at the 2012 Legacy of Life Walk in Louisville, Kentucky I had shirts made. On the front it said, Team Carissa, saved 3 lives, on the back it had the recycle symbol and Recycle Life Kentucky, be an organ donor. This is a wonderful way for organ donor families to meet their loved ones reciptient. I met my daughters heart and kidney recipient last year at the walk. We plan on having shirts made each year using Customink.com."

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Running for SPC Dane Balcon (POW/MIA/KIA Run) by ARC-234 Team - almost 2 years ago

Running For Spc Dane Balcon (Pow/Mia/Kia Run) T-Shirt Photo

"The event we are participating in is a Lackland Air Force Base, TX 24-hour annual run that the Air Force Base is sponsoring in order to show respect and recognize our POWs/MIAs/KIAs . On the back of the T-shirt I ordered, you’ll see pictures of my Son, SPC Dane R. Balcon. He was killed-in-action on 5 September 2007 in Balad, Iraq. My family and I just recognized our fifth year anniversary. Initially, I was planning to participate in this run by myself (front row, far right) on behalf of my Son, and then my colleagues, (ARC-234 Team), at work wanted to support me by running along. "

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