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 Tre! by Team Tre - about 1 month ago

Team Tre!  T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk was absolutely phenomenal! They made sure our team shirts were perfect, and We couldn't be more thrilled with the results. One of our best friends passed away suddenly in February, and we decided to run a Spartan Race in his memory. The shirts were the icing on the cake. Thanks!!!! "

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ATF 2014 by Amishnuke - about 1 month ago

Atf 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms Weekend 2014. Rice, VA. What would Huffer Do? A memorial weekend for our recently departed brother. "

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Team Nonnie - National Kidney Foundation Walk by Brendaluna09@gmail.com - about 1 month ago

Team Nonnie   National Kidney Foundation Walk T-Shirt Photo

"My mother passed away in December 2013 from complications with kidney disease. We wanted to honor her by giving back to the National Kidney Foundation. This organization financially assisted my family over the course of 10+ years that my mother battled her disease. We raised money for their fundraising walk, and we wanted to order the matching shirts which have her pictures. The shirts turned out great! And we reached our fundraising goal with the help of CustomInk's donation. "

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Sarah's Angels walking to knock out Ovarian cancer by Sarah's Angels - about 1 month ago

Sarah's Angels Walking To Knock Out Ovarian Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"We walked in the Teal Ribbon 5K on May 25th at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, PA. This was the seventh year that we walked in memory of Sarah “Momma” Roth. For those of you who did not have the privilege of knowing Sarah, here is just a little glimpse of her life. For those of you who did have the blessing of knowing her, I know she is an angel up in heaven who watches over all of us with that great big smile and contagious laugh. …… Sarah was the Mailroom Supervisor at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. During her time at the college, she touched many women's lives. While she and her husband, Rich could not have children she "adopted" many of these girls and helped them through the struggles and tears as well as the smiles and laughs. Sarah stood by their sides for 4 years and then proudly watched as they graduated and became women. Many of these women have gone on to be married, have children of their own, and some of them still get together each fall for a "family vacation" to the Outer banks in North Carolina. Sarah loved the beach, the sand and especially the lighthouses. She, like the lighthouses she adored, was a beacon of hope. Sarah was 56 years old when she passed away on March 5, 2007 from Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer. The cancer had metastasized into her abdominal wall and lymph nodes in no time at all. They tried many chemo drugs, but none had the strength to stop the disease. She then was told that she had 2 tumors on her liver. Although each and every day was an incredible struggle for her, she fought to live with all her might. Sarah was the most positive and hopeful person and she always had a smile on her face. Her laugh was contagious and she unknowingly spread her positive attitude to everyone she met. Sarah used to say that her goal in life was to “make a difference in just one person’s life”. She succeeded and surpassed her goal! She made a difference in so many people’s lives. For all the hugs, laughs, tears, and love that she gave....this is why we walk today. We love her with all our hearts and miss her every single day. Sarah was an amazing person who made this world a better place. She was taken too soon by this silent killer. We need to find a cure for this disease so that no other person has to suffer through this terrible disease, the pain of chemo or losing their loved one. This is why Sarah's Angels walk for a cure! This was our first year wearing matching shirts and we loved them! They made the whole day even more special and memorable. Custom Ink was amazing and helped us step by step thru the process and our shirts were perfect! I highly recommend Custom Ink! "

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In Celebration of our son, Noah! by Sue - about 1 month ago

In Celebration Of Our Son, Noah! T-Shirt Photo

"Took a trip from Iowa to Montana to plant a grove of trees at Glacier National Park in celebration of our son, Noah. There were 14 in our family and the custom design we created fit all sizes of shirts ordered ... from the onesies to adult size shirts. The shirts were so easy to design and it made our tree planting even more memorable. Thanks for the super customer services!"

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Planting a grove of trees in Glacier in memory of Noah Baker! by Sue - about 1 month ago

Planting A Grove Of Trees In Glacier In Memory Of Noah Baker! T-Shirt Photo

"In memory of Noah, ... our son, brother, brother in law, grandson, uncle, & friend, ... we planted a grove of trees in Glacier National Park (one of Noah's favorite places) with the help of Glacier's nursery staff in May 2014. The ages of our group consisted of a 3 month old thru an 84 year old. Custom Ink had a size for all. We loved the onesies for the 2 infants! We had a variety of sizes; including, onesies, child, various adult sizes, and Custom Ink did an excellent job making our custom design fit all the various size shirts. I was amazed how quickly the shirts were processed and shipped to us! We will always cherish our "tree planting" shirts. "

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Matt and Jacob Stepping out for Katie! by Steps for Katie - about 1 month ago

Matt And Jacob Stepping Out For Katie! T-Shirt Photo

"We made the shirts up to be used in various fundraising events that we will participate in to raise funds for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. In the picture were two of the team members that were walking in the GlowRun 5K in Richmond. It got rained out, but we donned our apparel and went for our own walk in our neighborhood. We raise money in honor of my 16-year-old sister Katie Anderson, who just recently passed away after a year-long fight with a very agressive form of leukemia. CustomInk was great to work with and continue to be a part of our fundraising efforts!"

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Teal Ribbon 5k in memory of Joan Staples. by Joanie's Angels - 2 months ago

Teal Ribbon 5k In Memory Of Joan Staples. T-Shirt Photo

"We run/walk every year in memory of Joan Staples, loving wife, mother and grandmother. We miss her every day and participate to honor her and raise $ so there can one day be a cure. The back of our shirts features two lines from a poem written by Joan: "Love your life enough to live, love without second guessing.""

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Team Irving! by Autism Speaks Chicago - 2 months ago

Team Irving! T-Shirt Photo

"In March of 2014, Irving Elementary sadly lost a dear friend & preschool teacher, Nancy. Our school banded together as Team Irving to participate in the Autism Speaks walk in Chicago to honor Nancy, as she was very passionate about working with students with Autism. The t-shirts and the walk were a crucial piece of helping us build up our morale during a time of grief. Our school t-shirt order even expanded to include other schools in the district as well as Nancy's family and personal friends. We are so grateful to CustomInk for providing beautiful t-shirts that we can now wear often to remind us of the wonderful resources that Autism Speaks provides, as well as our wonderful friend who devoted her career to students with disabilities."

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2 Little Angels by James & Austin's inspiration - 2 months ago

 2 Little Angels T-Shirt Photo

"Here is a picture of the back of our shirts and a group picture of some of the members of team 2 Little Angels at the March of Dimes walk on April 27, 2014. We purchased 150 shirts and wore them proudly on our 3 mile walk at Brookdale Park in Bloomfield, NJ. This walk was to support our family. My husband, Matt and I recently lost our twin boys, James Matteo and Austin Kaleb.... Matt's brother Dan and his wife Amanda also became pregnant with twins at the same time; their sons, Riley Lewis and Kellen Joseph, were born at 32 weeks 5 days on April 2, 2014. Riley and Kellen are home now from the NICU and growing stronger each day. Riley and Kellen, definitely have a lot of people looking out for them, but no one is more important than their guardian angel cousins, James Matteo and Austin Kaleb."

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