Down Syndrome T-Shirt Design Ideas & Fundraising Tools
As you can see from our customer photos below, there's some awesome events like the Step Up for Down and the Buddy Walk to promote social advocacy and education for those with Down Syndrome. When you create custom t-shirts for your group or event, you can unite those involved in the cause is a unique, fun way. There's even free t-shirt fundraising tools to help you raise money for down syndrome programs and research as well!
"I serve on the board of the Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky (DSACK) and am the mother of four children, one of whom has a third copy of his 21st chromosome--Trisomy 21, also known as ..."
"2017 Buddy Walk at Jacksonville Beach, Fl., This is an annual benefit supporting activities such as special Olympics, supplemental speech, occupational and physical therapy, and living with Down S..."
"This was our second Buddy Walk to celebrate our son Charlie, who has Down syndrome! He has lots of support and his friends and family had a great time (and everyone LOVED their Custom Ink shirts, w..."
"Our 1 year old son has Down Syndrome and we are active in the Down Syndrome Association of Central Oklahoma. The association organizes an annual 5k and festival that we participate in to raise mone..."
"This photo was taken in Aug of 2017 at a fundraiser for team SuperJack at SweetFrog in Glastonbury, CT. Team SuperJack was created in 2016 in honor of our son Jack for the CT Down Syndrome Buddy Wa..."
"GiGi's Playhouse Sugar Land Fun Run - event benefiting a Down syndrome achievement center our family attends often with our daughter, Lily, who has Down syndrome. CustomInk was incredibly responsiv..."
"Purchased these shirts for the Down Syndrome of Nevada Cool 21 Team Buddy Walk. They walked in memory of their friend Natalie who passed away in Feb. On the back of the shirts is a circle of hands ..."
"On November 12th we walked a mile at the Sam Houston Race Park in Texas. Our team raised money, awareness and inclusion for the Houston Down Syndrome community. Team Noah had yet another successfu..."