Suicide Prevention T-Shirt Designs & Event Photos

Design custom t-shirts online to promote suicide prevention awareness and wear at charity walks & events. Not only do custom suicide prevention t-shirts help unite your group, but they help in the fight to save peoples' lives and honor those that have been lost. So be sure to check out some of the inspirational group & event photos below and join the cause today.

Walk for Hope 2015 by Kentucky Suicide Prevention Group - 10 months ago

Walk For Hope 2015 T-Shirt Photo

"These are our dedicated 2015 Walk for Hope volunteers who placed 700 luminaria around a city block to symbolize the number of Kentuckians who die by suicide every year and to honor the journey of g..."  

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Out of the Darkness by Tomorrow for Tucker - 10 months ago

Out Of The Darkness T-Shirt Photo

"My family and I participated in the Out of the Darkness walk in Ulster County, NY to raise awareness for suicide prevention. We walked for my brother Tucker, who we lost in 2002. I am so glad I cho..."  

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Johnny's Angel by Johnny's Angels - 10 months ago

Johnny's Angel  T-Shirt Photo

"We made these tee shirts in memoir of my brother & did the Walk for Suicide Prevention in Wakefield, MA. John was also a son, dad, uncle,& now a grandfather !"  

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2015 Suicide Prevention Walk for Hope by Joche's Army - 11 months ago

2015 Suicide Prevention Walk For Hope  T-Shirt Photo

"I designed shirts for my friends and family to wear in honor of our dear departed friend who took his life last February. Everyone who participated loved the shirts and how it brought everyone toge..."  

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TALK to SOMEONE, SOMEWHERE about ANYTHING by Troy Rivers - about 1 year ago

Talk To Someone, Somewhere About Anything T-Shirt Photo

"During this difficult time in our life my wife, family and I want to help prevent another tragedy. Our shirts were created to help spread awareness to our son's classmates, friends and community ..."  

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Ready to walk by Team Kovo - almost 2 years ago

Ready To Walk  T-Shirt Photo

"We were participating in a Suicide Prevention walk in honor of my friend Robert who committed suicide in August. CustomInk was there every step of the way with the t-shirts we ordered. Their custom..."  

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Team Millie & Harriet by Coach Margaret - almost 2 years ago

Team Millie & Harriet T-Shirt Photo

"To raise funds and awareness for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's "Out of the Darkness Walk" on the campus of the University of Connecticut in Storrs. CustomInk was awesome to wo..."  

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"Tanya's Team" 2014!!!! by Melissa - almost 2 years ago

"Tanya's Team" 2014!!!! T-Shirt Photo

"On February 15th, 2013 I received a phone call that would change my life forever. I lost my sister and best friend on that day to suicide. When I look back and think of Tanya, the biggest image I h..."  

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Team DEFAB 51 Raising Suicide Awareness by Dina DeFabrizio - almost 2 years ago

Team Defab 51 Raising Suicide Awareness T-Shirt Photo

"I had the shirts made for my team, DEFAB 51, who walked in the American Foundation for Suicide Awareness' Annual 'Out of the Darkness' Walk. We raised money and supported the cause in memory of my ..."  

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Out of Darkness Community Walk, Askov MN by Team Myrvold - almost 2 years ago

Out Of Darkness Community Walk, Askov Mn T-Shirt Photo

"Thank you for helping us pull together to show support for a great cause. The shirts looked great and helped show that we were pulling together to support those working through the grief of losing..."  

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