Race For the Cure T-Shirt Design Ideas & Money Raising Tools

Design your Race for the Cure t-shirts online at CustomInk! You've done so much to raise money and prepare for the big day - why not honor your team members with custom t-shirts? CustomInk makes it easy for you to create the perfect Race for the Cure design online. Take a look at the customer photos below to get inspired! We even provide some great walking team names, breast cancer slogans, and free t-shirt fundraising tools to help you and your cause!

Mary's Angels by Mary's Angels - about 4 years ago

Mary's Angels T-Shirt Photo

"Customink added pizzaz to the 2012 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by shirting Mary's Angels. Working with custom ink has been like heaven. I've experienced detailed, rapid, and over-the-top custo..."  

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MIL CARES for the CURE! by The MIL Corporation - about 4 years ago

Mil Cares For The Cure! T-Shirt Photo

"The MIL Corporation, a mid-sized government contractor, recently participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event in Washington, D.C. Our community outreach program, "MIL CARES", was prou..."  

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Save the War in my Rack- Team Doing it for Momma Tomkins by Jaime - about 4 years ago

Save The War In My Rack  Team Doing It For Momma Tomkins T-Shirt Photo

"Every year my team runs the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in DC to honor my mother, Momma Tomkins who lost her battle to breast cancer 5 years ago. Since it was the 5 year anniversary year of he..."  

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WMDMS Race for the Cure 2012 by Alex Collada - about 4 years ago

Wmdms Race For The Cure 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken as we approached the finish line of the Race for the Cure 5k in Hartford, CT (6/2/2012). The Race for the Cure is a Susan G. Komen event raising money and awareness in the fig..."  

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Race for the Cure Columbus, Ohio 2012 by Poody's Posse - about 4 years ago

Race For The Cure Columbus, Ohio 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered shirts for the 2012 Columbus Race for the Cure. This is our team "Poody's Posse," we ran/walked in honor of my aunt who is battling breast cancer. During the race multiple people compli..."  

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Race for the Cure 2012 by Charlotte's Angels - about 4 years ago

Race For The Cure 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of our team, Charlotte's Angels, for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Philadelphia on May 13, 2012. We race in honor of our mother, grandmother, and hero Charlotte Kelly w..."  

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Deaf Pink Warriors by Melinda - about 4 years ago

Deaf Pink Warriors T-Shirt Photo

"Komen Race for the Cure in Charleston, WV 5.5.12. We gathered our 3rd year (2nd year using CustomInk t-shirts). 2 of our friends are Survivors. It was a great experience working with the Cus..."  

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Race for the Cure-Race Day-Tarrant County by McKesson Warriors - over 4 years ago

Race For The Cure Race Day Tarrant County T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered team shirts for our McKesson Warriors to wear the day of the race. This design was the winner from our t-shirt contest."  

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TuTu Fabulous for Breast Cancer by Karma_Queens - over 4 years ago

Tu Tu Fabulous For Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"The Karma Queens are at it again, but this year are even bigger and better than before. We rally together every year in the fight against breast cancer, but this year we are just "tutu fabulous f..."  

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Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by Sheena - over 4 years ago

Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Saturday, October 29th, 2011 in honor and memory of all breast cancer survivors!"  

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