Participant Teams T-Shirt Designs And Photos
Stand tall and proud with custom team participant t-shirts! As you can see from the smiling faces of our customers in the photos below, it feels good to make a difference. Whether you need Autism awareness t-shirts or breast cancer awareness t-shirts, we have tons of team design ideas and team name ideas for inspiration.
Ma walk by Keira Bailey - about 1 year ago
"May 18th 2013 a group of my family and friends came together and walk with me as we tried to find a cure for Multiple sclerosis. I was diagnosed with MS June of 2010. I had the best time with my family and friends. Everyone loved my shirt thanks custom ink for making this possible!!!!"
Keep Calm and Fight On by Team Sjoggie - about 1 year ago
Bergner's For St. Jude "After A Fun Day of Raising Money for A Good Cause" by Bergner's For St. Jude - about 1 year ago
"Bergner's for St. Jude ! We are very excited for our event and yes it's a charity event to raise money for St. Jude! This is our 3rd year and we collect money until the telethon. We have several events leading up to our main event that includes: Craft Show, Classic Car and Motorcycle Show! bake Sale, Hot dog plates, and Car Wash. We had 60+ people in these wonderful custom ink tees, yet to get everyone in a picture on this very busy day was almost impossible. We all LOVED the tees and will order again next year. Thank you Custom Ink!"
Team Pinwheeling for a Cure by Erin Mahaney - about 1 year ago
"This is my team, Team Pinwheeling for a Cure, in Green Bay, WI on May 18, 2013. We were walking to help find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. Our team raised over $9,000 and we are still fundraising! I have cystic fibrosis myself so everyone was walking to support me and everyone else with this disease. We are all holding our pinwheels in the picture! We loved having team t-shirts! :)"
Team Kenzie~Boise Heart Walk 2013 by Nicole - about 1 year ago
"We came together to walk at the annual Boise Heart Walk in honor of my daughter Kenzie who we lost to dilated cardiomyopathy last December. We are striving to raise awareness and help to fund treatment and a cure, so hopefully other families will not have to go through what we did. I LOVED working with CustomInk to design these shirts! It was so easy and the customer service reps were AMAZING! This is one of the best companies have ever had the privilege of working with, even going so far as to donate towards our cause! I will definitely be using them again in the future!!!"
JDRF WALK FOR A CURE 2013 by TEAM SGT - about 1 year ago
"Hinesburg VT's JDRF walk. Connor Sargeant (13 yr old team captain with Type 1 Diabetes) brought our team over from New York when our local walk was cancelled. Nothing can stop us from finding a cure. Connor and his team work by fundraising themselves and volunteering as advocates to work with our Congressmen and Senators to secure funding for research for a cure. We donate as much as we can because 80% of every dollar goes directly back to research. it can happen because of all these great volunteers. Wearing our awesome Custom Ink shirts allows us to put even more of our money to research and look great at the same time."
New Breaths for Nikki by Boodenjen - about 1 year ago
"Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides Walk to support our loved family member, Nikki, in her struggles with CF and her strength to re-build her new life with her new lungs. We all love the shirts we designed through Custom Ink and people said we had the best shirts at the walk! Even had people asking where we got them done at and of course had to share our wonderful experience!"
Team Ethan's Angels by Amanda Wyllie - about 1 year ago
"Team Ethan's Angels at the Walk for Autism Speaks Cincinnati at Coney Island on Saturday May 18th. Our team came together to show our support for Ethan Fromeyer and other who have been touched with Autism. CustomInk made making team shirts fast and easy. Their great art team helped put our ideas into a beautiful design. Plus, they were kind enough to make a donation to our team as well for which we are truly thankful."