We Did It! Our Custom Ink Fundraising Campaign Has Closed
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Interested In Fundraising With Custom T-Shirts? Start Your Own Custom Ink Fundraising Campaign
For the Live campaign please copy and paste this link into your browser! https://www.customink.com/fundraising/unstoppable2018
About this campaign
Stroke is a relatively common occurrence among children and yet many are still surprised to learn that a stroke can happen to a child at any age. Pediatric Stroke Warriors is dedicated to a mission of building community awareness for pediatric stroke among general and medical communities alike, and hope and support to all impacted children and their families.
Every October, we are honored to team up with the American Stroke Association at the annual Heart & Stroke Walk in Seattle and be the voice for children! Whether physically or virtually you can join "Team Pediatric Stroke Warriors" in making a difference by honoring an angel, celebrating a warrior and bringing awareness to pediatric stroke through our team t shirt design.
This is much more than a fundraiser to us. Over 700 Warrior names have been incorporated into this years design, making this a powerful opportunity to build visibility and a community that stands for and believes in our pediatric stroke warriors!
Sizing note: Please review the sizing line up in the short sleeved tees and hoodies as they are available for both youth (YXS= 2-4 size) and adults (up to xxxl).
To View a full list of the names includes on the back of this t shirt design, please copy and paste the following link http://pediatricstrokewarriors.org/2018-t-shirt-design-names.html
We simply could not continue to do what we do without the support of a generous giving community and we thank you for joining us! Funds from this t-shirt campaign go to support our National Warrior Bags and Brave Box program, along with our Helping Hands therapy grant program.
We invite you to learn more about the importance of stroke recognition in a child and how PSW makes a difference not only for families but the communities we serve. Visit our website www.pediatricstrokewarriors.org
Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org