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.

In honor of my girl. by Team Fiona - 2 months ago

In Honor Of My Girl. T-Shirt Photo

"MY youngest daughter passed away December 28, 2011. I find it so easy and fun to do things with and for her sister but I struggle with ways of incorporating Fiona into our daily lives. Every year we enjoy running in 5k's... more for the exercise and fun.... participating in the actual race aspect would be difficult with a 3 year old. :) And every year we do so in honor of her little sister. Custom Ink has helped us make this fun, easy, and affordable. We love you guys! Thanks again! "

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We miss you, Jane!! by Team Dizzy Blonde - 2 months ago

We Miss You, Jane!! T-Shirt Photo

"My sister died of Melanoma in March. She was 54 years old. Her friends, my other sister, my son, and I participated in the "Block Melanoma" walk on May 18, 2014 at the Milwaukee County Zoo in Milwaukee Wisconsin. We called our team "Dizzy Blonde" because that was my sister's nickname affectionately given to her by our grandmother who also died of cancer. The walk proceeds fund cancer research at our Medical College and hospitals in the area. We had a great time celebrating my sister's life. We wore our shirts to a local restaurant for lunch and we received a lot of positive comments and well wishes."

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Team MGM by Keep Calm and Fight Strong - 2 months ago

Team Mgm T-Shirt Photo

"This is our team photo for the Bruleson County Relay for Life that took place on May 23, 2014. Our team was in honor of our Uncle that passed away from Cancer 18 years ago. Working with Customink was very easy and we received our shirts very fast after our order was placed. We will definitely be using Customink again next year and I highly recommend them. We also had a lot of compliments on our shirts."

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Lung Cancer Walk for Mom by The Blue Jangels - 2 months ago

Lung Cancer Walk For Mom T-Shirt Photo

"We lost my mom in 2010. It has been so hard on our family but we know she is watching over us. We did a 5k in Charlotte, NC on May 17, 2014. It was the first for us, but we have decided to make it am annual event for our family. CustomInk was awesome! Daniel helped me save some money with my order and everything was received early and perfect! Shirts and design were excellent quality. And as if that wasn't enough, CustomInk made a donation to our cause. We plan to design a new shirt each year and will continue to use CustomInk! "

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Team Matt-Lanta! by Team Matt Atlanta - CF Great Strides Walk - 2 months ago

Team Matt Lanta! T-Shirt Photo

"Dunn family and friends participated in the largest Great Strides walk in the country -- in Atlanta. This walk benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and we participate in memory of our nephew, Matthew Dunn who lost his battle to CF in 2010 at the young age of 21. The Atlanta walk raised $1.66 million dollars which will go to help us find a cure for this disease and Team Matt Atlanta was proud to be a part of it!"

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Mimi's Court by Megan Karalis - 2 months ago

Mimi's Court T-Shirt Photo

"Mimi's Court was created in memory of Mimi Kurtz. She was a stand-out basketball player for Springfield High School and Temple University and a member of Temple's Athletic Hall of Fame and the Big Five Hall of Fame. Mimi spent her summers in Ocean City, NJ growing up. She was a school teacher who was loved by all her students. Mimi always loved to lend a helping hand to everyone around her. She was a fighter to the very end with her battle with melanoma. Her battle may be over, but we must all continue the fight. Every year, her family and friends run/walk in the Ocean City's Miles for Melanoma 5K. Thank you CustomInk for making us stand-out this year with our bright t-shirts. You really helped us unite!"

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Team TGebz - Relay For Life by Tori Brien - 2 months ago

Team T Gebz   Relay For Life  T-Shirt Photo

"The past two years we have used to create outr shirts for the Relay For Life event in our hometown of Smyrna, De. We choose to make custom shirts not only to be unique but to promote the meaning of our team. In march of 2013 the town of Smyrna lost an amazing guy, Tyler Gebhart was not only my best friend but a generous friend to everyone in our small town. We walk in the relay for life not only to honor his battle to cancer but to broadcast to everyone that we take a stand to end cancer. We support the fighters, admire the survivors, honor those who were take and NEVER ever give up hope. We walk for those who can not, we give a voice to those who have been silent, we stand up string against that 6 letter word that believes it can destroy peoples lives. We are Team TGebz and thanks to Customink, we are known and recognized . We are proud! "

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Donahue St Patty by Donahue St Patty - 2 months ago

Donahue St Patty T-Shirt Photo

"We started a family tradition 2013 with the passing of my husbands brother whose favorite day of the year was St Patricks day. We go to where he rest, and do a special toaste. "

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"Rachel's Dream" Team for Autism Speaks by Christine (bottom left) - 2 months ago

"Rachel's Dream" Team For Autism Speaks T-Shirt Photo

""Rachel's Dream Team" is the Florida version of Team Rachel, created to memorialize my niece Rachel's dream to help children and families impacted by Autism, to live better lives. Rachel D'Avino was one of the 26 lives taken on December 14, 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newtown, CT. Her Mom, Mary, with long dark hair back right in photo and her daughter Sarah, tall with sunglasses, back right, along with Pete, flew down from CT for the Tampa Walk, April 20, 2014 at Raymond James Stadium. Scooby Boo, the mini stallion, therapy horse, joined us for the second year. Also, we had two therapy dogs join the walk this year."

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March for Babies by March for Babies - 3 months ago

March For Babies T-Shirt Photo

"Brent and Teri were excitedly expecting triplets. One day, much too early, Teri went into labor and their triplets were born at 23 weeks, 16 weeks early. Each baby weighed less than 1 lb 5 ozs. Madison weighed only 1 lb 2 ozs. She survived for five days and passed away, due to a massive brain bleed, in her mother's arms. Daniel and Ashlee, the surviving twins, spent 143 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU).in separate hospitals, 100 miles apart. During that time Teri, and Brent split their time between the two hospitals to make sure that one of them was always with one of the babies! Each baby underwent surgery and months on ventilators to help them breathe and allow their lungs to develop. Today both babies are funny, loving and VERY active because of innovations that stemmed from research sponsored by the March of Dimes. In fact, they will be celebrating the 2nd birthday this week. Our team, "Adams-Poconos", walked in the March for Babies to help raise money for this life saving research. Our team's goal was to raise $1430, to remember our 143 days spent in the NICU. Team Adams-Poconos ultimately raised $2250! Our shirts represented that 143 days cannot stop one families love."

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