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!

Team Charlie's Angels by Lori Wood - about 2 years ago

Team Charlie's Angels T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the Lustgarten New England Walk for pancreatic cancer research in memory of my Dad, Charlie Breen, in Boston on 9/27/2014. Working with Custom Ink was not only an incredib..."  

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JDRF one walk Dexter Mi by Dynamic Duo: Frank & Dexter - about 2 years ago

Jdrf One Walk Dexter Mi  T-Shirt Photo

"Here is my jdrf walk team in support of me. 29yrs of type 1 diabetes and my family and friends all had shirts to show their support of me at the walk. The only day I felt bigger then diabetes. "  

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Lyla's Little Valentines by Sue - about 2 years ago

Lyla's Little Valentines T-Shirt Photo

"This is our team for five-year-old Lyla, who has type one diabetes. We are at the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes in Provo, Utah. Not even a little (or a lot) of rain slowed us down! "  

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4th Annual 5K to raise money for Cancer Research by Rucks Girls - about 2 years ago

4th Annual 5 K To Raise Money For Cancer Research T-Shirt Photo

"Before the walk, a little rain but all smiles!"  

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Team KO TNBC by beach - about 2 years ago

Team Ko Tnbc T-Shirt Photo

"This was a team I created for the Susan Komen race for the cure of breast cancer. My team represents knocking tripple negative breast cancer. Which is one of the most aggressive forms of breast can..."  

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Ranger Jim's Walkers by Ranger Jim's Walkers - about 2 years ago

Ranger Jim's Walkers T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered shirts for The Light The Night Walk. It is a fundraiser for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The walk was held all over the US, but the one we participated in was in Minneapolis, MN on S..."  

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Vincenza's Chiefs (Susan G. Komen NYC) by Paul Perez - about 2 years ago

Vincenza's Chiefs (Susan G. Komen Nyc) T-Shirt Photo

"This Susan G. Komen 5k Walk/Race is held annually in hopes of raising money and finding a cure to breast cancer. I assembled some of my closest friends and family members to walk/run in honor of my..."  

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Brian's Bunch at the Greater Hartford JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes by Brian's Bunch - about 2 years ago

Brian's Bunch At The Greater Hartford Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"Our JDRF Walk team, Brian's Bunch, proudly sported our CustomInk shirts at the Greater Hartford Walk to Cure Diabetes on September 28, 2014, Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT. We received many co..."  

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Give a Quack and Give Hope by Bucks For Ducks Fund - about 2 years ago

Give A Quack And Give Hope T-Shirt Photo

"In the photo are my parents, sister, grandparents, and I at Bucks For Ducks Walk/Community night. The shirts say "I Gave Hope to a Child today", and that's exactly what the Bucks For Ducks Fund is ..."  

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After the Winship 5K by Rucks Girls - about 2 years ago

After The Winship 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered t-shirts for our family to wear and show support for the Winship Warrior 5K to raise money for cancer research. I was pleasantly surprised to have called on a Saturday and received frien..."  

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