Team Participant T-Shirt Designs And Clipart

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 fundraising t-shirt ideas, team design ideas and team name ideas for inspiration.

In addition, we now offer a service called Booster that allows you to raise money selling custom shirts with our new t-shirt fundraising program! Start a fundraiser for your team today.

Perfectly Imperfect Puppies by Cortney Scott - over 1 year ago

Perfectly Imperfect Puppies T-Shirt Photo

"I designed these shirts for our Race for the Cure team. The event was October 20, 2012 in Little Rock, Arkansas. The shirts turned out beautifully...they even won the Judges' Favorite award! So proud! CustomInk was WONDERFUL to work with. All of the reps I dealt with were patient and kind, the production and shipping was super fast and the shirts are of WONDERFUL quality. Will DEFINATELY use CustomInk again for any shirt needs!"

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Girls just want to have fun! by Save the Hooters - over 1 year ago

Girls Just Want To Have Fun! T-Shirt Photo

"Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk Ocean City, Maryland In honor of our two breast cancer survivors and all others fighting and hopefully winning the battle with cancer of any kind."

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Getting ready to Make Strides! by Team Martin Banks - over 1 year ago

Getting Ready To Make Strides! T-Shirt Photo

"Team Martin Banks took to the streets of Philadelphia on Saturday, October 20, 2012 for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Pictured is less than half of our team, it was organized chaos to say the least, with a huge overall turnout due to the beautiful weather we had. Thanks to CustomInk for making our awesome shirts and helping us with a great experience!"

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Joey & Crystal's 5K by Joey - over 1 year ago

Joey & Crystal's 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"Me and my cousin do the Dallas Susan G Komen Race for the Cure alot, and this year we decided to have shirts made for the event. My mom passed away from breast cancer when I was 10, so I do this in memory of her. My cousin's mom is a cancer suvivor, Praise the Lord, and she does this in honor of her. We both have emotional ties to this race and we love doing it every year. Thank you custom ink for making this year a little more memorable. Yall were great. And everyone loved our shirts!"

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Team Leflett Autism Walk by Team Leflett - over 1 year ago

Team Leflett Autism Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is our group that walked for Autism in Grand Prairie, TX on 20 October 2012. In July my youngest son (the blonde one in the back yelling at the camera) was diagnosed with Autism and then in September my oldest son (2nd row with glasses) was diagnosed with Aspergers. This was our first Autism walk and it wont be our last. Our shirts say "Live Life Loud. Team Leflett. Autism Walk 2012" We chose this saying, because life around our house with our boys is constantly loud. Our experience with Custom Ink was far beyond what I'd expect. I will for sure use them again and spread the word."

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Autism Awareness Walk Participants by campdirector - over 1 year ago

Autism Awareness Walk Participants T-Shirt Photo

"Jennie Dean Elementary Staff and Teachers join forces to raise Autism Awareness. The teachers and staff will be participating in area Autism Awareness Walks and have collected donations for the walks. "

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Mitchell's Magic Team by Mitchell's Magic - over 1 year ago

Mitchell's Magic Team T-Shirt Photo

"Mitchell is our 8 year old son that was born with hydrocephalus caused by a malignant brain tumor. At six days old, he had a craniotomy and tumor removal. After his crani, he had a stroke. He had bleeding in two parts of his brain. This bleeding left him with left sided weakness that he still battles. At one month of age, he started chemotherapy. At the age when most babies and their parents are still learning what the other needs, our son was receiving chemo weekly. Shortly after starting chemo, he received a VP shunt. This is a tube that helps his spinal fluid to drain. These are just a few of the major obstacles he has overcome in his short life. 6 months ago, he received another surgery on his left leg to release contractures (severe scar tissue) caused from the stroke he had as an infant. That day, he set a goal to RUN A RACE with his new, strong leg. That is just what he did. On October 20, Mitchell, accompanied by his closest family and friends completed a 5K run!! His team is called Mitchell's Magic-- and we could not be any prouder of our little Superman! (Mitchell is the little guy in the front row in the center)"

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Team Believe by Jackly - over 1 year ago

Team Believe  T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered these shirts for the Breast Cancer walk on October 21st. My aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago and this is the first year we participated in the walk and was walking with a survivor, my aunt (along with many other amazing survivors). The front of the shirt says "Team Believe" which is for my aunts team name. The back of the shirt says "Cancer.. You picked the wrong biotch". The back means that my aunt wasn't going to let cancer take over her but she was going to dominate cancer and guess what ... She won ! Customink was an amazing process and the shirts were a success. A lady e-mailed me in regards to the fundraising and customink even donated towards my aunts team. "

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by Making Strides - USP Lewisburg - over 1 year ago

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Making Strides Against Breast Cancer - National Event 0 10-20-2012. This event was held in Montoursville, PA. Staff and family members at USP Lewisburg raised $500.00 for the event. We were proud to have our cancer survivors on the walk with us: L. Thomas, A. Feltman, B. Haas, T. Sears. Thank you for all the support!"

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CHOC Walk in the Park - TEAM NINA by Nina's Mom - over 1 year ago

Choc Walk In The Park   Team Nina T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter, Nina was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia last October when she was 10 months old. She endured 4 rounds of chemotherapy and several nasty setbacks, but a year later, she is in remission and thriving. On October 14th, we walked 3.1 miles through the Disneyland Resort in honor of her to raise funds for the Children's Hospital of Orange County. The doctors, nurses and staff literally became part of our family during Nina's treatment. Included in the photo are some of the many people who assisted our family while Nina was in the hospital including family, neighbors and very close friends. They were and still are our greatest support!"

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