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Susan G. Komen 3-Day T-Shirt Designs & Fundraising Ideas
Show your team pride at the next Race For The Cure with fabulous Susan G. Komen t-shirts! As you can see from the uplifting photos below, custom charity tees are a great way to bring your team together and showcase your determination to win the battle against breast cancer. CustomInk makes it easy to design your own t-shirts online, and if youâ€™re in need of fundraising help, please take advantage of our new t-shirt fundraising tool.
Walk Dam It! by Dam Walkers - over 3 years ago
"The Dam Walkers is a group of National Park Service Employees, Family and Friends est. in 2002 when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I am the first on the left. We have walked in the 3 Day Komen event for the past 8 years and are still going strong. Each year we buy a t-shirt that tells our story. Our credo "early detection saves lives" always ends up on our t-shirts this year we played and added life is a gift you can't exchange as well as live love laugh walk and 60 miles of smiles.We thank custom ink for your support and look forward to "
Funraiser by Granny's Gang - over 3 years ago
CUREiously Strong Women by cureiously - over 3 years ago
"Team CUREiously Strong Women proudly walked across the finish line at the Twin Cities Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure in our customink.com t-shirts! Thanks again for your support, and for the fantastic apparel! We'll definitely be in touch for next year's event! "
3-Day For the Cure by letancer - over 3 years ago
"Our shirts were the customized shirt on the left. We made them to wear during the Susan G. Komen 3-Day For The Cure. Its a 60 mile walk to raise money for breast cancer. This picture is my mom and I walking into the camp on the first day, after we finished our first 22 miles."
2010 Paula's Peeps by ChristinaG - almost 4 years ago
"This is our team for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in St. Louis, MO on the morning of June 12th. Over 71,000 people came downtown to show support and help raise money to find a cure for breast cancer. We received many compliments on our shirts, and some people even took pictures to show the message on the back to their friends. Working with CustomInk was fabulous, the shirts came in plenty of time, every one was perfectly printed, and they even donated to our cause!"
Hasta la Vista Breast Cancer! by Cureminators - almost 4 years ago
"This photo is from the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Raleigh, NC on June 12th. Our team, the "Cureminators", raised over $2000 for breast cancer research in memory of my Mom and my husband's Mom who have both lost their battles with breast cancer in the past few years. Our teammates are friends from all over who supported us through the difficult times we've had, and it was amazing to get together for a celebration of life like this one. I even managed my goal to run the entire 5k for the first time! Thank you to CustomInk.com for helping us get our T-shirts just right to carry us through the event with team spirit and pride. We had a million compliments on them too, which only added to the wonderful time we had together!"
Bosom Buddies by JordanV - almost 4 years ago
Nancy's Spare Pair by NancySpare - almost 4 years ago
"We were walking in the Susan G. Komen Mother's Day Breast Cancer Walk on Sunday, May 9, 2010. This is my Mom's 4th year doing the walk since she became a survivor. She unfortunately had a single mastectomy because of the cancer, hence the name "Nancy's Spare Pair." The whole group came out in support of my mom, her best friend (a 10 year survivor) and her friend's sister (recently diagnosed, but now a survivor). We raised money and walked to support all survivors as well as to raise awareness for breast cancer research. It was a very successful day."
Doll's Dolls Walk for the Cure Team by maribeth - almost 4 years ago
"Our photo was taken at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Mother's Day, May 9, 2010. We are 4 sisters who's mother passed away from a brave battle with breast cancer. Her nickname was Doll and we chose Doll's Dolls in her honor. We take turns being captain of our team and my sister used CustomInk last year and had a good experience. I decided to use CustomInk again and was thrilled with the outcome! It gives me great pleasure to use a company that is willing to give back, too. It was easy to design and the site was easy to navigate. We look forward to next year's race and designing a new shirt for our team."