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.

Breast Cancer Walk by Mondi's Team - 4 months ago

Breast Cancer Walk  T-Shirt Photo

"Mondi's Team is a group of friends and family coming together in memory of Mondi Curtis, who lost her life to Breast cancer at the young age of 53. This picture was taken at the Susan G Komen race ..."  

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Central Park Breast Cancer Walk by TeamUla - 4 months ago

Central Park Breast Cancer Walk T-Shirt Photo

"The Cancer walk took place October 18th in Central Park. Maria Acosta (age 39), my sister in law to be passed away October 11th after a tireless fight against breast cancer. She beat breast cancer ..."  

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JDRF Walk Atlanta Team Nathan by Team Nathan - 4 months ago

Jdrf Walk Atlanta Team Nathan T-Shirt Photo

"We had CustomInk create team tee shirts for our JDRF team. My nephew is a type 1 diabetic and we made a team to raise money for the JDRF. We wanted to all wear red, so we created a team tee shirt..."  

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Andrew's Team by Andrew's Team - 4 months ago

Andrew's Team T-Shirt Photo

"The Greater Boston Walk Now for Autism Speaks took place at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA on Sunday, October 18th. Andrew's family are season ticket holders at Xfinity Center so friends, fami..."  

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BRCA-Buster Annual Breast Cancer Walk by Lauryn Meehan - 4 months ago

Brca Buster Annual Breast Cancer Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This photograph was taken at our annual breast cancer walk. This is our 6th year participating. 6 years ago my mother in law was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer; 3 years later my sister in law..."  

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I WALK FOR MY HERO by KEANUCARE2016 - 4 months ago

I Walk For My Hero T-Shirt Photo

"Montrose Harbor, Chicago IL A walk for the Bear a walk to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer, and walking in honor of my son, my hero Keanu. I was so happy with my experience with ..."  

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TEAM Turnbull 2015 ALZ Walk by heather - 4 months ago

Team Turnbull 2015 Alz Walk T-Shirt Photo

"TEAM Turnbull took home a win with the 2015 Montcalm County Alzheimer Walk Spirit Award. Huge THANKS for the awesome service and support from CustomInk when designing & ordering our TEAM T-shirts w..."  

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#teamforward by chin up - 4 months ago

#Teamforward  T-Shirt Photo

"After a two month battle with pancreatic cancer, my cousin Javier went to take his seat up in heaven in June. It was a very hard it for us as we had not fully come to terms with the diagnose before..."  

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Team Eyes & Shine, 2015 Houston Vision Walk by Tashawc - 4 months ago

Team Eyes & Shine, 2015 Houston Vision Walk T-Shirt Photo

"On October 3, our team of family and friends walked in the Houston Vision Walk to raise funds and awareness for people with degenerative eye diseases. My dad is one of these people - he's lost most..."  

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Bad to the bone by Cherie - 4 months ago

Bad To The Bone T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken on Oct 10th 2015, in Erie,PA at the start of the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk. We walked for a co worker who was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2015. My experien..."  

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