Custom T-Shirts for non profit non event
Our volunteers hard at work! by Indiana Humanities - 5 months ago
"Every Thursday our office has a group of volunteer handymen come in to do restoration work around the building. They do so much for us that we wanted to surprise them with t-shirts. The service from CustomInk was fast and very helpful and the handymen love their new shirts!"
Bringing out the sunny side of our staff by Sunlight Foundation - 6 months ago
"We printed shirts with our Sunlight Foundation logo on them for our staff to wear to represent the company. We took a 4 color logo and used a variety of halftones to create the look of the different colored circles merging only using 2 ink colors. Custom Ink was great, and work with us through 4 proofs to make sure our logo looked like we wanted it to. And the staff loves the shirts because they are so darn comfy feeling. "
Feeding The Homeless In Fredericksburg by Project Fredericksburg - 7 months ago
"From Project Fredericksburg Blog: "Before I had even had my second cup of tea this morning, Paula Bartello, director of FeedFred, had served breakfast to over 70 needy members of our community. And not just any breakfast; Paula spends her Sunday mornings serving up her signature burritos that she prepares herself and today’s menu included Philly Cheesesteak Burritos. I caught up with her in front of the library where she was serving lunch from her car. “I struggled a lot myself and I have just been blessed since I met my husband and started this company. We say that we do this for selfish reasons. We just love these people. When I first started doing this, maybe my second or third breakfast, there was a young homeless pregnant girl who came and ate. She started crying and said, ‘Thank you so much! I just felt my baby kick for the first time!’ and right then, I thought, Yes, this is the right thing for me.” ”What are your goals for the future?” “I would love to have a food truck. There are a lot of kids in this community living in motels and a lot of them haven’t had a home cooked meal. I would love to be able to deliver hot food to them.” As Paula and I chatted, one of the gentleman there said, “I love you all. You make my life bearable.” Thank you FeedFred!" THANKS FOR THE DONATION CUSTOM INK!"
Organized Ruckus by The Chosen 50 - 7 months ago
"Youth in this picture are working on creating a "ruckus" for positive change in our city. This picture was taken on the outskirts of our city in front of a homeless community located down by the railroad tracks. One of their missions is to make an impact in the homeless community, which is why we chose this location. We have used CustomInk for several years and not once have we been disappointed with the quality of the product we receive. I like the fact that when there were art issues on our end, someone called me and we were able to resolve. Great company!!!! Look forward to working with them with our future projects!"
Game room tournament by Boys & Girls Club of La Plata County - 10 months ago
Become a Member of the Berkshire Museum! by Berkshire Museum Development Office - about 1 year ago
"The Berkshire Museum, a Museum located in the heart of the Berkshires - Pittsfield, MA, has been using our CustomInk t-shirts as incentives in our current Membership drive. The t-shirts help recognize the Museum's 110th Anniversary and have been a big hit thus far!"
Joan Elizabeth NASCAR Crew by Joan Elizabeth NASCAR Crew - about 1 year ago
"More than 30 volunteers, friends, and interested donors came to join our tailgate party at the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race over Memorial weekend, in Charlotte, NC. CustomInk helped us with superior service, design assistance, and awesome T-shirts! A couple of our guys really love their beer, and have requested next time we include some XXL's on the T-shirt order!! Thanks for all your help."
Custom Ink Sponsored Shirts at "WERC" by WERC Shirts - about 1 year ago
"When the Wolf Education & Research Center has an important work project, we make sure to put our volunteers in event shirts printed by Custom Ink. This particular project was replacing a boardwalk that connects visitors to this Idaho wolf sanctuary welcome center to the enclosures where our wolves live. Since the path crosses a marsh, we have to build a boardwalk and every few years, replace the boards. This fun shirt was titled MeadowWalk 2011 and I provided one to all 15 volunteers as a gift for their generous service. "