Participant Teams T-Shirt Designs And Photos

Stand tall and proud with custom team participant t-shirts! As you can see from the smiling faces of our customers in the photos below, it feels good to make a difference. Whether you need Autism awareness t-shirts or breast cancer awareness t-shirts, we have tons of team design ideas and team name ideas for inspiration.

Team Matthew! by - about 1 month ago

Team Matthew!  T-Shirt Photo

"We walk annually in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Out of the Darkness Community Walk in our family member's memory. In this picture there is his sister, niece, and 5 cousins. Thi..."  

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Team Lillyan Grace Buddy Walk 2016 by Tiffany Conkle - about 1 month ago

Team Lillyan Grace Buddy Walk 2016 T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken by Daniel Rochford. We attended the 2016 Down Syndrome Buddy Walk. We love our shirts and it really made our team stand out! "  

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Jamie Lynn JDRF One Walk by Jamie Lynn - about 1 month ago

Jamie Lynn Jdrf One Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the JDRF One Walk in Yonkers, NY. My daughter, Jamie Lynn, is. Type One Diabetic and many of our family and friends walk to show solidarity in her ongoing fight that day. Cu..."  

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Sarah's Sassy Striders by Tania Guidry - about 1 month ago

Sarah's Sassy Striders T-Shirt Photo

"Sarah and her friends at the 5Th Annual Beaumont Buddy Walk ,Oct.22 in Beaumont, Texas I had a great experience working with CustomInk. I will use them again next year for our team shirts."  

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JDRF One Walk Blackwood, NJ by Team Crabbie Abbies - about 1 month ago

Jdrf One Walk Blackwood, Nj T-Shirt Photo

"Our daughter was diagnosed as a Type 1 diabetic when she was 11. This was our first Walk for a Cure. The walk was at Camden County College in Blackwood, NJ on October 23rd, 2016."  

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#teaMStevie MS Run for Research by #teaMStevie - about 1 month ago

#Tea M Stevie  Ms Run For Research  T-Shirt Photo

"We are a BIG FAT GREEK family supporting our family member with MS! Over 40 of us came to support MS research sporting our NEW CustomInk shirts!!! Thank you for the wonderful quick and courteous s..."  

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JDRF One Walk Team Jonah 2016 by JDRF Team Jonah - about 1 month ago

Jdrf One Walk Team Jonah 2016 T-Shirt Photo

"JDRF One Walk at Liberty State Park,Team Jonah 2016 walking to find a cure for T1D. Jonah (little bit in center of photo) walks proudly surrounded by family and friends. He's had T1D since he was 2..."  

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PS/IS 41 Steppin For A Cure by PS/ IS 41 - about 1 month ago

Ps/Is 41 Steppin For A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"My school walks every year to support the fight against Breast Cancer. The event took place on October 16th, and we order the jackets because it is often cool and the jackets were perfect for the f..."  

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Team A Thompson Sizemore Raises Awareness For Alzheimer's Disease by Jamie Knowles - about 1 month ago

Team A Thompson Sizemore Raises Awareness For Alzheimer's Disease T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of my family and I at the Alzheimer's walk in Aiken, SC this morning. We participated in this event to honor our family members who have passed away from Alzheimer's disease. Than..."  

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Semmes Murphey's 2016 Race for the Cure by SMC Race for the Cure 2016 - about 2 months ago

Semmes Murphey's 2016 Race For The Cure  T-Shirt Photo

"Semmes Murphey Clinic is walking fight for the Race for the Cure! We are a Brain & Spine Clinic located in Memphis, TN. We chose the ribbon with the brain to symbolize our specialty and team name-..."  

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