Yellow Ribbon Fund - US Marine Corps

Support Our Service Members & Their Families

194 shirts $1,860 raised

Thanks to our supporters!

Support Our Service Members & Their Families

In honor of the t-shirt's US Military origins, and the 100th birthday of the t-shirt, CustomInk is hosting a series of monthly t-shirt fundraisers for each branch of the United States Armed Forces. This month's branch is the US Marine Corps.

CustomInk will donate 100% of our profit (at least $10 per shirt) to benefit the Yellow Ribbon Fund, which supports recovering veterans and their families at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

This premium American Apparel shirt is made in the USA and is available in Youth, Ladies and Unisex sizes. Sizing Tip: Style runs small, you may want to consider sizing up. Ladies, please note the girly fit.

194 shirts $1,860 raised

Thanks to our supporters!

About our designer: Lance Corporal Michael Martinez, USMC

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Marine Lance Corporal Michael Martinez was five months into his first deployment when he lost both of his legs in an IED blast in Helmand Province, Afghanistan on March 11, 2010. Lance Cpl. Martinez endured more than twenty surgeries, physical therapies and rehabilitative treatment at Walter Reed, where he and his family benefited from the services of the Yellow Ribbon Fund. Now retired, Michael enjoys an active lifestyle including fishing, hunting and scuba diving. He currently lives in Virginia and is pursuing his Bachelor’s degree.

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About The Yellow Ribbon Fund

The military provides world-class care while injured service members are in the hospital. But sometimes gaps open up between the support the military can provide, and the support the injured and their families need.

The Yellow Ribbon Fund helps bridge the gaps while they’re recovering in the Washington, DC, area at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital.

Even after they return to their hometowns, YRF continues to help.

The Yellow Ribbon Fund has not-for-profit status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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