Custom T-Shirts for suicide prevention

Run For Life by Run For Life 5K - about 1 year ago

Run For Life T-Shirt Photo

"The Run For Life 5K came about as a project for a group of juniors at Coppell High School. All of the money raised went toward the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in honor of our dear friend Jonah, who committed suicide back in October 2012. The tshirts we created theough CustomInk were a huge part of the fundraiser. Each one of the 200 runners received a tshirt in memory of the event and who it was for, Jonah."

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Team Ari Runs 13.1 Miles for Active Minds and Ari Johnson by Emily Lerman - about 1 year ago

Team Ari Runs 13.1 Miles For Active Minds And Ari Johnson T-Shirt Photo

"This photo of Team Ari was taken at the finish line, after we completed the ODDyssey Half Marathon in Philadelphia, PA on June 9th, 2013. Team Ari was formed after our dear friend, Ari Johnson, committed suicide this past February. No one even knew he was struggling. Ari's friends and family decided to turn this tragedy into action by running in his honor (Ari was a huge sports fan, so a run seemed particularly fitting) and raising money for Active Minds, a suicide prevention and mental health awareness organization that aims to fight the stigma associated with mental illness and encourage help-seeking. In less than 3 months, we raised $62,824 for this organization in Ari's name. Our hope is that this money will ensure that no one else has to experience the tremendous loss we did, and no one struggling has to struggle alone. As for CustomInk, you were amazing to work with throughout this process! Your staff was so friendly and genuinely interested in our event and the cause we were running for. Because we had people joining our team up until the last minute, I had to repeatedly call back and change the numbers on the order, and you could not have been more patient and helpful every time. It was truly a fantastic experience working with you guys and I will DEFINITELY be using CustomInk in the future, as Team Ari intends to make this run an annual event! THANK YOU!"

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Journey Out of the Darkness with Conversations With Tigers by Conversations With Tigers - about 1 year ago

Journey Out Of The Darkness With Conversations With Tigers T-Shirt Photo

"The pandemic of suicide claims the lives of more than 38,000 people in the United States alone. Every 14 minutes someone dies from suicide in our country. It's the second-leading cause of death among college students. These gruesome statistics unearth a population of millions of survivors such as myself and my friends and family members who are left paralyzed in the wake of such inexplicable losses. Six months ago I lost the most important in my orbit to suicide. No one should have to experience this type of loss. From June 1-2, I walked 16.5 miles with the four other members of my Conversations With Tigers team and thousands of fellow Americans across our nation's capital to bring national focus to the issue of suicide prevention. We exceeded our team goal of raising $10,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the leading national not-for-profit organizations dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education and to reaching out to survivors of suicide and those who suffer from mood and mental disorders. This shot was snapped just before the long journey. Our team felt extra optimistic about the cause donned in our sunny Custom Ink tees. As the captain, I had the wonderful task of designing the t-shirts, and the staff at Custom Ink was amazing to work with. Not only did they answer all of my questions promptly; every staffer provided real-time updates on the order status. I was also touched, moved and inspired by their donation to the cause :)"

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AFSP Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk by Truckin for Michael - about 1 year ago

Afsp Out Of The Darkness Overnight Walk T-Shirt Photo

"These shirts were designed in memory of my brother, Michael, for the 2013 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk. On the evening of Sat, 01 June we walked 17 miles thru the streets of Washington, DC to bring awareness to mental disorders and suicide prevention. Over 2000 walkers participated plus several hundred volunteers. We also walked in memory of other friends, family, and co-worker's loved ones lost to suicide under the "never to be forgotton" on the back of our t-shirts. The sleeve included an image of my brother and our team name, Truckin for Michael. I recently reordered these t-shirts to share with friends and family; everyone absolutely loves them. CustomInk was amazing from day 1 and helped me every step of the way to make this the best t-shirt we could have. We received rave reviews during the walk and also referred CustomInk to everyone who inquired. I will most definitely work with you again. Thank you!!"

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TEAM TORY WALKING FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION by Team Tory (AFSP) - about 1 year ago

Team Tory Walking For Suicide Prevention T-Shirt Photo

"This is a pic of family/friends of my son Tory who died by suicide in 2009. Each year we walk to raise funds for suicide prevention/education at the AFSP Houston walk."

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WenRuth by Tracie - almost 2 years ago

Wen Ruth T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered shirts for a community event. Sunday, October 21 was a walk for suicide prevention & to help raise awareness. We raised over $1,000 as a team. These shirts helped us by remembering my aunt & doing it as a team. Thank you customink for your support and for the beautiful work. "

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Doug's Guild by Doug's Guild - over 2 years ago

Doug's Guild T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the "Walk Out of the Darkness" a fund raiser for Suicide Prevention. In memory of our Son who passed away 11/29/10."

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Team Bootz by Team Bootz - almost 3 years ago

Team  Bootz T-Shirt Photo

"We got together and walked in the Capital District Walk for R.I.T.A. Suicide prevention. In Saratoga NY on September 18th 2011. My brother commited suicide 4 years ago and this is my way of trying to help other people out! I loved getting our shirts from customink. The shirts came out exactly how I wanted them to and they were very caring towards my order. I will get all my needs from here on out from Customink!! "

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SPI's Walk for Life by Suicide Prevention International - about 3 years ago

Spi's Walk For Life T-Shirt Photo

"At the start of our annual Walk for Life! We had a beautiful sunny morning in Riverside Park, New York City. WE WALK BECAUSE…Each year, over 1 million people take their own lives worldwide. In the U.S. alone, there are over 30,000 suicides every year. The suicide rate of young people 15-25 has tripled since 1950. Suicide is the 2nd major cause of death among U.S. college students SPI is the leading not-for-profit organization developing, implementing, and funding suicide prevention initiatives in the United States and worldwide. As a longtime, repeat customer, I have used CustomInk for all of my clients, whether they are non-for-profits, lax academies, bat mitzvahs or personal trainers. CustomInk always provides quality work, quick turnarounds and that extra nod to superior customer service."

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Some of the crew with Sam Adams by Will - about 4 years ago

Some Of The Crew With Sam Adams T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of several of the guys on the concert crew with the headline of the show we put on, Sam Adams. Our high school lost two students this year because of depression, one whom my group of friends all loved and held very close to us. As a response, we held a concert to raise money for depression awareness and suicide prevention. We sold over 1500 tickets and produced an amazing show. We also sold out of the other customInk t-shirts we sold at the event. The event was held at a local amphitheater in Acton, MA on Saturday the 19th. CustomInk was very helpful in the process and made sure everything arrived on time for the show. The profit alone from the shirts helped to raise over $2,000 for the cause."

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