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!

PWSS Race for the Cure by Race_4_the_Cure_OHIO - over 6 years ago

Pwss Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"This was yesterday, May 16, 2009, where members of a professional womens group walked to support two of our members who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, who others who are cancer survivors, ..."  

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Team Te by TeamTe - over 6 years ago

Team Te T-Shirt Photo

"We are a group of coworkers and friends. Our co-worker is fighting the battle with breat cancer, and did the Race for the Cure walk with us only 10 days after her surgery. She is an inspiration t..."  

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AGaggleOfGiggles by AGaggleOfGiggles - almost 7 years ago

A Gaggle Of Giggles T-Shirt Photo

"We are a group of Friends, Family, and Coworkers who walk in our local Race for the Cure every year. Each of us has been touched by Breast Cancer in some way and want to do our part to raise aware..."  

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Charlie, Tovah, Steve, and Ellen Tripp by TovahTripp - almost 7 years ago

Charlie, Tovah, Steve, And Ellen Tripp T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of my family at the 19th annual Susan G Komen Race for the Cure in Philadelphia, which took place on May 10, 2009. We were only 4 members of a 36 person team (all donning t-shirts..."  

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The Moss Adams Team Supports the Cure! by TeamTana - almost 7 years ago

The Moss Adams Team Supports The Cure! T-Shirt Photo

"Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, in Spokane, WA, 7,000 attendess, April 19th. CustomInk was right on time and was a pleasure to work with. Thanks for your support!"  

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The Prima Donnas by Prima_Donnas - almost 7 years ago

The Prima Donnas T-Shirt Photo

"We had these shirts made to celebrate my mother, a cancer survivor, during the 2009 Tucson Komen Walk for the Cure. Since my mother's first name is Donna, we thought "The Prima Donnas" was a fittin..."  

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Hot Mamas Race for the Cure by Terri - almost 7 years ago

Hot Mamas Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was the taken the morning of the Komen Race for the Cure in Las Vegas (May 2, 2009). We wanted to help raise money and awareness to fight breast cancer! We loved wearing our team shirt..."  

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TeamESP by TeamESP - almost 7 years ago

Team Esp T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered the shirts for the Susan G. Komen Race for the cure. To bring awareness to the community about the fight against Breast Cancer. This was our first event and we raised an additional $50..."  

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Race for the Cure by UofOwomensSOCCER - almost 7 years ago

Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"The University of the Ozarks' Women's Soccer team has done the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure for the last three years. This was the second year we designed our own team shirts and they were a h..."  

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2009 Race for the Cure- Team Ortho by teamortho - almost 7 years ago

2009 Race For The Cure  Team Ortho T-Shirt Photo

"This is Team Ortho: a group of folks that work in the orthopaedic surgery department at University of Arizona/UMC in Tucson Arizona. Every year we form a team for the Susan G. Komen Race for the C..."  

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