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In memory of Ingrid by firstname.lastname@example.org - over 2 years ago
We did it ... 40 miles for a cure! by The Mighty Quinns - over 2 years ago
"My 67-year-old mom and I walked 40 miles this weekend for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in Washington DC - because every 3 minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with breast cancer, and because every statistic is someone's best friend."
Pretty Little Walkers at Walk MS NYC by Pretty Little Walkers - over 2 years ago
"Here is the Pretty Little Walkers Team at the Walk MS event at the South Street Seaport on April 30th. We were walking in honor of my mom and all those others suffering from MS. It was a great event and we got so many compliments on our team name (based on the TV show "Pretty Little Liars") and our shirts. Thanks customink.com!"
VT Volleyball Flexing in Our Relay For Life Shirts by Kirsty Blue - over 2 years ago
" The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life fundraiser came to Virginia Tech it gave us a great opportunity to try and raise money for cancer research. This is an area that is very close to my heart since my mom died this past December of lung cancer. My last name is Blue, and my mom's name is Nancy Blue. About a year ago we coined the term 'Bluestrong' to describer her strength in battling cancer. My volleyball team decided to have these shirts made that say Bluestrong on them for Relay for Life. Our Relay team ended up raising $2,155 for cancer research. I was so impressed by CustomInk because you guys sent me an e-mail asking if we were raising money for a charity, and donated some money as well. I was very impressed with the quality of the shirts and that you are willing to give back. We will be sporting these shirts for a long time! Thank you!"
TeamRose For the Cure! by TeamRose Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 2010 - about 3 years ago
"Our Family walked in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer October 17, 2010 at Staten Island, NY Clove Lakes Park. We walked in honor of our MOM who passed away in 1992, from Cancer (not BC). We believe in THIS cause and wanted to walk in honor of our MOM and all women!"
Daughter and Mother survivors by Believers for Ginny - about 3 years ago
"This is a photo of my sister Ginny who is currently going through chemo for Breast cancer and my mother Ruthanna who is a Breast cancer survivor. They were doing the survivor lap at the Breast Cancer walk at Hagerstown Community College, in Hagerstown Maryland. When my sister told me about the walk she said we would all just wear pink and I said let's try to make t-shirts. I went online and searched and the first site that came up was CustomInk. We played around in the site and came up with a design and I eventually ordered the shirts. Your staff made everything so easy! The phone calls to clarify the order and the donation to the walk made this event even more special! My sister was so touched by the donation that she told everyone today when we were giving out the shirts!"
Team: Through My Mother's Eyes by VisionWalk 2010 - about 3 years ago
Team Miles for Mindy at the DC Komen 3-Day for the Cure by Team Miles for Mindy at the Washington DC 3-Day Komen - about 3 years ago
"Team Miles for Mindy raised more than $30,000 for the Washington, DC 3-Day Komen for the Cure to put an end to the breast cancer beast. We were the highest fundraising team per capita of the approximately 2000 participants. We walked all 60 miles in loving memory of our beautiful mom Melinda Hampton who passed away on May 13, 2010 after a 14-year battle with breast cancer. Please vote for our picture! We'll use the Custom Ink cash to get our shirts for next year's walk when we hope to raise just as much! We highly recommend CustomInk for your event t-shirts. Their service was prompt, the shirts turned out wonderfully and they even made a donation to our fundraising account! Visit our website www.milesformindy.com to read more about our mom. She was a pretty wonderful lady. We miss her every day. "