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!

Catalina Conservancy Half Marathon by Benefiting Helping the Hospices - about 3 years ago

Catalina Conservancy Half Marathon T-Shirt Photo

"While vacationing in the area, a friend from England wanted to continue his charitable work raising funds for a Hospice group that recently assisted his sister in her last weeks of life by completi..."  

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Juvenille Diabetes Walk by TN FFA - about 3 years ago

Juvenille Diabetes Walk T-Shirt Photo

"TN FFA is supporting Juvenille Diabetes Awareness as a service project for 2013-2014. The State FFA Ofiicers are shown sporting their Custom Ink shirts that are being used a part of this cause. Thi..."  

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Welcome back home Eric! by Rafy1963 - about 3 years ago

Welcome Back Home Eric! T-Shirt Photo

"We are welcoming Eric Miller back home from his journey in Spain. He walked 150 miles on St. James Path ("El camino de Santiago"). Eric is suffering from cancer and going through chemo. More on ..."  

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Team TJT - Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes by Brenna McCormick - about 3 years ago

Team Tjt   Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"Here is a group shot of Team TJT at the 2013 Step Out: Walk to Fight Diabetes start line. The walk took place this past Saturday, October5. The cute blond boy in the center is TJT. My nephew and my..."  

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Walkin' WiseGuys prepare to take down childhood cancer by Walkin' WiseGuys - about 3 years ago

Walkin' Wise Guys Prepare To Take Down Childhood Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"We created the t-shirts to show our support for a child who has cancer. We wore the shirts to a walk-a-thon that benefited a camp for children with cancer. My experience with CustomInk was amazing..."  

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Team Addie - JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes 2013 by Sara Schmitt - about 3 years ago

Team Addie   Jdrf Walk To Cure Diabetes 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"My 5 year old daughter Addie (seen here front row in face-painted kitten whiskers) was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 2. This is our 3rd year doing the Central Wisconsin JDRF Walk to Cure D..."  

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For Linda by No Taste Baker - about 3 years ago

For Linda T-Shirt Photo

"The photo is of our team of runners/walkers for a 5k race on September 28th in Albany, NY. Our team ranged in age from 2 to 67 years. The purpose of the race was to raise money to support local pa..."  

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JDRF Ron Santo Walk 2013 by Team Jordan - JDRF Walk - about 3 years ago

Jdrf Ron Santo Walk 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Team Jordan at the 2013 JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes."  

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Susan G Komen Race for the Cure Walk by Jodi - about 3 years ago

Susan G Komen Race For The Cure Walk  T-Shirt Photo

"University of Central Florida on 10/6/13 Race for the Cure walk. Great job on our shirts."  

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Paul Botteron Memorial Ride 10-05-2013 by Gail Adams - about 3 years ago

Paul Botteron Memorial Ride 10 05 2013 T-Shirt Photo

"We ordered shirts for family members to wear on a ATV ride in memory of my brother, Paul Botteron, who died 1-08-13. The ride took place last Saturday, 10-05-13 at Mt. Magazine, Arkansas. There w..."  

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