Find inspiration from these communities, causes & individuals who have used Teespring:
The Matty Fund teamed up with the University of Rhode Island School of Business and Teespring to help spread the word about Epilepsy during National Epilepsy Awareness Month. Using Teespring as not only a vehicle to spread awareness and raise funds for the Matty Fund, The URI business school has turned their campaign into a teaching tool.
Plan International is a 75-year-old organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in developing countries around the world. With Teespring, PI was able to broaden their social media outreach and connect with a younger donor demographic. Teespring is now a tool they regularly use to spread their brand and raise money.
AAS’s National Center for the Prevention of Youth Suicide (NCPYS) informs youth about the warning signs for suicide. During National Suicide Prevention Week, NCPYS used Teespring to promote the idea that it’s okay to ask friends how they’re doing when things don’t seem right. Their campaign engaged and spread their message to thousands of new supporters.
Nationally syndicated podcast/radio station This Week In Tech used Teespring as a way to sell merchandise directly to their fans. After advertising their campaign on their radio shows, over Facebook and over Twitter they eventually sold over 2,600 shirts. They plan to continue to use Teespring to offer limited-edition merchandise to supporters.
@BMW_lifemorals is a popular Twitter account for fans of the TV show “Boy Meets World”. During the 2012 Presidential Election season, they designed a parody campaign shirt for their followers using an illustration of the beloved character, Mr. Feeny. Using only Twitter, the owners of the @BMW_lifemorals account drove thousands of fans to their Teespring campaign.
Cecelia Webber is a New Hampshire artist working primarily in digital photography and acrylic painting. Using Teespring, she was able to print one of her paintings on a t-shirt just by uploading her design. This provided Cecelia a new way to sell her art and offered something new to her followers.