Custom T-Shirts for support

Gettin' Dirty 2012 by Jill Yates - over 1 year ago

Gettin' Dirty 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"Some of us girls decided to do the Henricus Dauber Dash on June 23rd, 2012 located at Henricus Park in Chester, VA. This was a charity run with obstacles like mud pits and barrels of hay. We, as women, bonded together to do this run in honor of an awesome lady in our lives that had been recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Since she had started her chemo prior to the race, she could not do the run but came to support all of us. The shirts were made to commemorate the race ('Gettin' Dirty 2012' is displayed on the front) and support our girlfriend with some girl power ('Fight Like a Girl' is displayed on the back). The girls and I could not have been happier with the results. You guys did an absolutely fantastic job. We were so proud to wear them. The shirts even won best costume at the race which was rewarded with a nice mug. Thank you so much for all the help in designing this shirt and making us excited to wear them."

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Ironman 70.3 Lake Las Vegas by Team Danny - over 1 year ago

Ironman 70.3 Lake Las Vegas T-Shirt Photo

"I made these shirts to show my amazing brother our support while he competed in the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Las Vegas!!"

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Team Cody & Ethan by Team Cody & Ethan - over 1 year ago

Team Cody & Ethan T-Shirt Photo

"We are a family team that will walking to find a cure for type 1 diabetes. Cody and Ethan are cousins that both have type 1 diabetes."

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Obertronobot likes to swim a lot! by Joha - over 1 year ago

Obertronobot Likes To Swim A Lot! T-Shirt Photo

"My friend was doing the swim for life event in Seattle and we surprised him at the finish point"

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Katelyn's warriors by Danielle - over 1 year ago

Katelyn's Warriors T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at a charity yard sale in Homer Glen IL on August 2, 3 and 4th, 2012. The event was organized in order to raise money for a local family in need. One of the young ladies in this family (Katelyn) was diagnosed with small cell ovarian cancer. Teal is the cancer ribbon color for ovarian cancer, hence the color of our shirts. Our shirts displayed "Katelyn's warriors." A Tshirt was given to everyone that took part in organizing the sale. During the course of the yard sale, we were a united team of Katelyn’s warriors (recognized by the team t-shirts), and everyone that came to buy or donate knew who to interact with in terms of paying for items/donating... plus we just looked cool. Thanks Customink! "

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Kickbutt Cancer Crew by Team Kickbutt - almost 2 years ago

Win Kickbutt Cancer Crew T-Shirt Photo

"These t-shirts don't represent an event, but rather a journey ... one that I am making with the help of my amazing friends. These women are scattered across North America, and have come together to support me as I wage war against Stage IV ovarian cancer. I was diagnosed in 2010 and then had a recurrence in March of this year. The first time around I was upset; the second time I was MAD! Hence, the slogan on the shirts (the back reads CHEMO SUCKS!). I think they accurately reflect the fighter in me - and also some truths about dealing with this disease. I have a lot of living left to do, and am determined to get through this round of treatment and get on with my plans! I sent my girlfriends these shirts and asked them to pose with their city name. I have them surrounding me in the photo because that's exactly how I feel - surrounded by their support, their friendship, and their love. They wear their shirts on the days I have chemo and knowing that makes me feel less alone as I take my place in my 'chemo chair'. It's no surprise to me that when all the other patients in the clinic see my shirt, they first have a good laugh and then soon admit to feeling the same way. It's amazing how a t-shirt can inspire conversation and bring people together. It's the same with my friends. Although they're not physically present with me, my 'team' is with me in thought and in spirit and as always, in my heart. I could not do this without them. The Customink experience was pleasantly easy - and the emails from Laney (including a charitable donation on my behalf) demonstrated the spirit of this company. I have so many requests for more shirts from friends, family, and complete strangers, I have no doubt that my 'Kickbutt" design isn't finished just yet!"

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Give Hope, Show Hope: For Adoption by Amy H - about 2 years ago

Give Hope, Show Hope:  For Adoption T-Shirt Photo

"My husband and I are int he process of adopting our first child. We're very excited, but very nervous about the cost! We decided to sell shirts as a fundraiser. The shirts declare our purpose: "Hope". We are hoping for a child, and we are longing to give hope to a child in need. This picture shows some of the teachers at my school who are proudly sporting their shirts. All our friends who have taken shirts support us but also find their own reminder for "hope" in their lives. CustomInk offered the perfect mode for creating a custom design, worry-free! So helpful and affordable! Thank you!"

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Walking for the Frechette/Prather Family - Beating CHD! Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow by Team Frechette/Prather - Beating CHD! - about 2 years ago

Walking For The Frechette/Prather Family   Beating Chd!  Yesterday, Today, & Tomorrow T-Shirt Photo

"I had these shirts made in support of my BFF of over 30 years, and her two kids, who have spent their lives battling their Congenital Heart Defects. Once again, CustomInk and their customer service exceeded my expectations with the ease of design, quality of their products, and generous & unexpected donation to our cause! The day of our walk for was rainy and cold, but I really believe that having custom shirts inspired everyone to come out and support us anyway! Together, we raised over $600 towards beating CHD! "

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FIND A CURE! for Sarcoma Cancer by Team Marco - over 2 years ago

Find A Cure! For Sarcoma Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Our family on Thanksgiving sporting our support for our cancer warrior Marco Mendez. His battle with cancer has allowed our family and friends to show support in many ways. After starting to lose hope we had shirts made to raise awareness and money to give back to City of Hope in Duarte, Ca. Funds raised have gone back to the place that has given us HOPE and we wish they FIND A CURE! for those unfortunate to have their lives taken over by cancer. This was the best spirit lifter. The shirts are awesome and the attitude they give all who wear them is amazing! "

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A father welcoming his son home from the war. by ekirk - over 2 years ago

Win A Father Welcoming His Son Home From The War.  T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk did a wonderful job on my families t-shirts! My father is in the blue USMC t-shirt that I designed for our family to wear when we welcomed my older brother home from Afghanistan. He and his fellow marines loved our shirts and thought they were a great idea!"

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