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Walk T-Shirt Design Ideas & Free Money-Raising Tools
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. Plus we now offer free tools for you to raise money for your cause selling t-shirts!
OG Biggest Loser 5K for Big E!! by CKim and the Wolf Pack - 9 months ago
Team Kaidynce by Cortney - 9 months ago
"Team Kaidynce was formed in honor of Kaidynce Olsen. She has Cystic Fibrosis. Every year for the past 3 years we have been raising money through fundraising events such as car washes and raffles. All of the money goes to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in hopes to soon find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis! Team Kaidynce participates in the Great Strides walk every year which is approximately 3 miles. This year we decided to make Team Kaidynce look more united with our Custom Ink shirts & we absolutely loved them! Each year our team has grown and this year doubled in participants & we could not be more thrilled with all the love and support from our friends and family. This year we raised over $2,000 for Cystic Fibrosis! "
Holly and Daddy by Holly's Berries - 10 months ago
"Holly with her Daddy at the halfway point of the EFEPA Summer Stroll for Epilepsy walk. We loved our Holly's Berries shirts. Holly even had her own 'My Berries' shirt, thanks to the helpful and friendly T-shirt Ambassador, Sean Love (his idea). Thanks so much, we will be ordering again next year."
STRONGWILL for the Beggs Lab by STRONGWILL - 10 months ago
"12-year-old Will has a severe neuromuscular disorder, but he is such a strong kid! He was the captain of our team at the walk for Boston Children's Hospital on June 9th, and together with our awesome team and supporters he raised $8,500 for the Beggs Laboratory which is involved in groundbreaking research for his disorder. Our CustomInk shirts proclaiming "Boston Strong and Research On" were a big hit with the team! Now, we're hoping to win this contest and order more t-shirts for our community's upcoming family conference."
Team "Refuse to Lose" Fights against Cancer! by Christina - 10 months ago
"Team "Refuse to Lose" is made up of 8 high school girls who participated in the Relay For Life event teamed up with the American Cancer Society in the fight against cancer! Refuse to Lose raised over $1,300 on their own through bake sales, fundraising, and donations! The Relay for Life event gave them the opportunity to remember, celebrate and fight back! "
Team Cup Cakes by Cup Cakes - 10 months ago
Let's Not Be Rash by Amber - 10 months ago
NKF Walk by Kidney Krusaders - 10 months ago
"The photograph was taken at the National Kidney Foundation Central Jersey Walk on June 2, 2013. My husband donated his kidney to me and now it's time to give back. We participate in the NKF walks annually. We have had such a positive experience working with CustomInk. The customer service is unlike any other, everyone is so nice and friendly and always wanting the best for you. We LOVE CustomInk!!"
Read for the Cure by Hanging out in our READ FOR THE CURE Shirts! - 10 months ago
"Students at Washington Elementary school wanted to support a staff member that is walking in the Susan G. Komen Walk in honor of her mother. Thus, "Change for Pink" week was born! Students participated in collecting change and making donations. However, the highlight of this week was the Read for a Cure "Read-a-thon" that raised over $800. Students were also tickled pink to wear their new Read for the Cure T-shirts on that Friday! The decision to order the t-shirts was made at the last minute, but Custom Ink got the shirts to us in less than a week, and at a price we could afford! All together, the students raised over $1900.00 in one week! WE ARE WASHINGTON!!!"