Walk T-Shirt Design Ideas

If you're looking for some inspiration, you've come to the right place! We applaud our charity walk customers, who show that you can truly make a difference and have a lot of fun doing it! Visit CustomInk to design your custom walk t-shirts. And if you need some design help, check out our charity design ideas for some inspiration. Our customers have designed tons of charity t-shirts to raise money to beat Cancer, Autism, Juvenile Diabetes, AIDS and may other deadly diseases.

Smith-ereens by Smith-ereens - over 4 years ago

Smith Ereens T-Shirt Photo

"I have enclosed a photo of my best friend and cousin Beth. She was diagnosed with rare form of Lymphoma at 30. Beth has completed her first round of chemo and is currently in remission. In celebration and support to fight this battle with Beth and others our family and friends participated in Light the Night a walk for Leukemia & Lymphoma. We created a shirt to display our team name Smith-ereens. Custom Ink ensured my design would translate to print with the best quality possible. They also worked with me to get the scale just right. Above all custom ink made sure my shirts arrived in time for the walk! Everyone was thrilled with the results. Thank you for adding that personal touch to a special day. We look forward to wearing these shirts walking along side Beth for years to come!"

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Amy's Angels by BensMom - over 4 years ago

Amy's Angels T-Shirt Photo

"This was the 2009 MS Walk in Ocean Springs. CustomInk could not have been better to work with and I can't wait to design and order the shirts for 2010."

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Team Ryder: Kidney Walk '09 by TeamRyder - over 4 years ago

Team Ryder: Kidney Walk '09 T-Shirt Photo

"Team Ryder walked 3 miles with the National Kidney Foundation in honor of 7 month old Ryder who was born with a condition that severely affected his kidney function. Custom Ink was awesome to work with, they even donated to our team! That's great customer service :)"

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Team Coffey - Good to the Last Drop by Connor - over 4 years ago

Team Coffey   Good To The Last Drop T-Shirt Photo

"Connor (age 8) was the Youth Ambassador for our area's American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk to Fight Diabetes. We ordered matching Custom Ink shirts for our team members to celebrate this special honor. The were perfect! We decided to name our team "Team Coffey...Good to the Last Drop!" because our last name is Coffey, and Brian & I love to drink coffee. "Good to the last drop" can refer to either a warm mug of coffee OR a drop of blood needed to measure blood glucose levels. Both Connor (age 8) and Brian (age 36) test their blood sugars before every meal, exercise or whenever they have symptoms of low blood sugar (under 80) or high blood sugar (over 180). It is a constant struggle to find the right balance of insulin and carbohydrates to get their blood sugars in range. 365/24/7 - it's a full time job to keep our family healthy. The word "Drop" makes our family automatically think of blood. What does it make you think of? We hope that one day we will think of drinking the last drop of coffee from a mug or feeling raindrops on our faces instead of blood on a test strip. Our team t-shirts this year were coffee brown color from Custom Ink. The front said "Team Coffey" with a picture of a cup of steaming hot coffee, and the back said "Good to the Last Drop!" with a picture of a child's finger with a tiny drop of blood on it. We heard lots of other walkers commenting on our clever shirt design. We beamed with pride throughout the walk. Thank you Custom Ink!"

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Kathy's Krusaders by JannaB - over 4 years ago

Kathy's Krusaders T-Shirt Photo

"My family participated in the Pancreatic Cancer 5k walk in Philly on November 7th. We were walking to support my Aunt Kathy Piccolo who was diagnosed with Pancreatic cancer last summer. CustomInk was great and even contributed to our cause!"

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Lung Cancer Walk by Fogel - over 4 years ago

Lung Cancer Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken at the 7th Annual Lung Cancer Walk in Woodbury, Long Island on Nov 8th,2009. My family took part in the walk in loving memory of my dad who recently passed away from lung cancer. Custom ink designed our great shirts to show our support"

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Walk to Action November 2009 by TeamMilAbrazos - over 4 years ago

Walk To Action November 2009 T-Shirt Photo

"The Walk to Action is a child abuse prevention walk held in our beautiful city of San Antonio, TX on November 7th, 2009. We raised money for Prevent Child Abuse Texas, and then walked 20 miles to make a statement! This picture was taken at one of the beautiful missions, since we are walking along the mission trail. We received many compliments on our t-shirts, which wouldn't have been possible without the gracious help from CustomInk!!! CustomInk provides great customer service and fast delivery!! Thank you CustomInk for helping us make a HUGE statement for our child abuse prevention cause!!!"

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Average Josh's 2009 - Step Out for Diabetes 5K by AverageJoshs - over 4 years ago

Average Josh's 2009   Step Out For Diabetes 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"The Average Josh's team walked in the Twin Cities Step Out for Diabetes 5K on September 26th, 2009 for friend and family member Josh! We raised over $2,000 for diabetes support and research. Thanks to CustomInk for helping to make AWESOME shirts at an affordable price and helping to make sure even our littlest walkers matched!"

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Pinkladies Breast Cancer Awareness by Abbiesmama - over 4 years ago

Pinkladies Breast Cancer Awareness T-Shirt Photo

"Every year we walk in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in San Jose. I had a great experience with customink and plan on doing business with your company in the future."

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Houston VisionWalk 2009 by EyesofTexas - almost 5 years ago

Houston Vision Walk 2009 T-Shirt Photo

"Blake's Eyes of Texas raised $28,700 for the Foundation Fighting Blindness as part of Houston VisionWalk 2009. Blake, a 23-year-old law student who is a graduate of The University of Texas, was diagnosed this year with retinitis pigmentosa, degenerative disease that causes blindness. Blake's family and friends walked in support of a cure to save his sight. Our team had nearly 70 walkers, and when we ran out of shirts two days before the event, CustomInk filled a reorder with time to spare. Yea CustomInk! Of course, the shirts were in Blake's favorite color, burnt orange, featuring his favorite team's mascot, a longhorn!"

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