Charity T-Shirt Designs - Raise Money for Your Charity with T-Shirts

Step by step, our customers are doing their part to raise money, promote their causes, and they're having a great time doing it! Custom charity t-shirts are an ideal way to make sure your team stands out from the crowd during the event, and they serve as keepsakes for years to come. And if you're out for a charity walk or promoting your cause in the colder weather consider customizing charity sweatshirts to stay warm as well!

Serena Style team by Serena Poulson - about 24 hours ago

Serena Style Team  T-Shirt Photo

"We wore our shirts as a team at this year's Grayson County Tx Relay for Life. Our team "Serena Style" formed to support cancer research because I am not only the team captain, I am a brain cancer s..."  

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Fighting Cancer is Personal by Team M2Gen - 1 day ago

Fighting Cancer Is Personal T-Shirt Photo

"M2Gen Corp. participated at the 11th annual Miles for Moffitt held on May 14, 2016. This is 2nd time we ordered company tees from Custom Ink. M2Gen CEO, Bill Dalton, (pictured on left) was form..."  

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Team Robison - Walk for MS - 2016 by Rain won't stop this MS walk crew. - 1 day ago

Team Robison   Walk For Ms   2016 T-Shirt Photo

"This family put together a crew of 30+ to walk in support of Aunt Bevy who is in a wheelchair due to MS. Rain or shine they put one foot in front of another and raised some money!"  

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Team Super Zoey Representing in the Rain! by Team Super Zoey - 1 day ago

Team Super Zoey Representing In The Rain! T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the Walk to Cure Arthritis in Annapolis, MD. My daughter Zoey suffers from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. We are walking to raise awareness and funds for this rare disease t..."  

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Cancer Curing Cheetahs by Cancer Curing Cheetahs - 1 day ago

Cancer Curing Cheetahs T-Shirt Photo

"Our team raised almost $4000 for cancer research at our Farmington Valley Relay in Farmington, CT. We had a great experience with Customiink. Everyone was so nice to work with and it was so easy!..."  

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The Breathe Easy Brigade Walks to Cure Cystic Fibrosis by Kristi - 1 day ago

The Breathe Easy Brigade Walks To Cure Cystic Fibrosis T-Shirt Photo

"The Breathe Easy Brigade, in honor of Kristi, participated in a walk in Charleston, WV on May 14th to help find a CURE for cystic fibrosis. Great Strides holds several walks nation-wide to raise fu..."  

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MD Anderson Sprint for Life by Hayley's Hot Pink Lovebugs - 1 day ago

Md Anderson Sprint For Life T-Shirt Photo

"Sprint for Life in the Houston Texas Medical Center raises awareness about ovarian cancer and raises money for research."  

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Peg's Legs Fighting Back! by Peg's Legs - Relay for Life Morgan Hill 2016 - 2 days ago

Peg's Legs Fighting Back! T-Shirt Photo

" Every year our family participates in the relay for life event in Morgan Hill California. This year we were really late and ordering our shirts and relied upon CustomInk to come through in a pi..."  

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Team Ellie by - 2 days ago

Team Ellie  T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered shirts for the JDRF walk. From designing the shirts to setting up a team page for ordering was so easy. Will definitely order next year! Thanks for the great service "  

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Erin's Shamrocks 2016 by Erins shamrocks - 2 days ago

Erin's Shamrocks 2016 T-Shirt Photo

"My daughter Erin has Cystic Fibrosis and for 8 years we have been paricipating in the nationwide Cystic Fibrosis Great Strides Walk. For all 8 years Custom Ink has provided the shirts for our team..."  

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