Charitable Donations

Each month, TM International asks the public to submit their favorite charity to receive 5,000 free custom temporary tattoos, which are perfect for fundraisers and to raise awareness. To nominate your charity, please visit our blog and nominate a charity in the comments. Here’s a list of just a few of the charities we’ve worked with recently:

  • Soulquench
  • Alzheimer’s Association Chicago
  • Ben’s Bells
  • YMCA Stingrays, San Gabriel Special Needs


Read more about some of our past charitable partnerships:

Ronald McDonald House: Upper Midwest, “Sometimes when a child gets sick they have to go to a hospital far from their families. Parents want to be with their child every second during such a difficult time. That’s exactly why there is Ronald McDonald House Charities, Upper Midwest. Ronald McDonald House charities have been a staple in the community for many years. Providing housing for the families of sick children who want to stay close to the hospital is an invaluable service to loved ones. We were excited to help Ronald McDonald House, Upper Midwest celebrate 35 years of helping children heal!” Read the full Ronald McDonald House blog post on the Tattoo Sales blog here.

Amazing Grace the Dog, “Meet Amazing Grace, a little Black Lab who has become a remarkable symbol of abuse survival and recovery to victims worldwide with her story. She was sniffing through a trashcan when a 12 year-old boy flung a whole pot of boiling water on her to get rid of her. Instead of just scaring her off, the water scorched most of her fur and skin causing severe painful third-degree burns all over her bod. Since recovering with the help of the Sabine Human Society, Grace is training to become a service dog so she can visit burn hospitals, burn camps, and schools. Her remarkable recovery and happiness shows people that they too can live a happy and fruitful life even after suffering a severe trauma.

The Diaper Bank of Arizona, The first of its kind in the nation, the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona was the brainchild of Hildy Gotlieb and Dimitri Petropolis, partners in a small, Tucson-based consulting firm. In 1994, the duo held the first diaper drive and five years later they had collected 300,000 diapers. The organization became a freestanding organization in 2000 and this year expects to distribute more than 700,000 diapers and incontinence products throughout Southern Arizona.”

The Comfort Zone Camp, the nation’s largest bereavement camp. Comfort Zone Camps are offered free of charge to children ages 7-17 who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver. The camps are held year-round in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey and Virginia.

The Ronan Thompson Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to finding a cure for neuroblastoma, a form of childhood cancer. They are currently fundraising to create a world-class neuroblastoma research and care center dedicated to funding both traditional and non-traditional treatments to reduce the number of children affected by this disease and increase survival rates. Read the full post on the Tattoo Sales blog here.

Serengetee, “Recently, we had the chance to create some custom tattoos for our friends at Serengetee. These awesome individuals are spreading awareness to the poverty and hardships that still exist in different countries across the world. They began to create t-shirts from fabrics collected in these places and what has sprung from that is awesome and unexpected. Serengetee’s inception was inspired by the countries visited, and motivated by the opportunity to give back. These fabrics were made into pockets and put on t-shirts, allowing our customers to ‘Wear the World’, with a portion of all sales going back to a charity within the region of purchase.” Read the full post about Serengetee on the Tattoo Sales blog here.

Mama Bear Effect, “The Mama Bear Effect educates, encourages, and stands up in the fight against child abuse. They provide parents with the resources to teach their children what is right and wrong when it comes to their bodies, they advocate for children who have been abused in the past, and the encourage everyone to take a stand against child abuse in their everyday life. Read the full blog post here.

To nominate your charity, click here and submit the charity name and why they deserve to win in the comments.