So you didn’t get him a father’s day gift.
Don’t worry, it’s not too late. Whether you want some ideas to honor your dad or husband, boo, the uncles, brothers, cousins and friends who are killing this whole fatherhood thing, we got you.
Here are a few digital father’s day ideas that will come through in the clutch or may be worth sharing long after the holiday ends.
1. Donate To The Father’s Taken Fund In His Name
For as little as $5 The Fathers Taken Fund distributes money to families who have lost black fathers due to racial injustice.
Dove Men+Care created the fundraiser on behalf of the Players Philanthropy Fund and are working closely with Cordale Q Handy In Remembrance of Me Foundation in the fight for justice. The goal is to invest $1,000,000 in families.
Another great incentive for donating is being able to customize your own Father’s Day card for $5. Click this link to get started.
2. Dedicate A Song To Him
Joshua Luke Smith is reminding us that dads deserve songs too with his track, “To Our Fathers.” The British rapper and poet finds a way to touch on every type of fatherhood experience from the dads with tough skin to those stuck in prison.
Whether you want to use the song to recognize the dad in your life on social media or just send a heartfelt text message, check it out here:
3. Get Him A Digital Book
If the dad in your life is a reader, you can’t miss by getting him a digital book. The instant delivery factor means you don’t have to wait days or weeks for him to receive it.
If you need a book idea, authors Ezekiel Azonwu and Kiyanna Azonwu recently released a digital copy of their book, “The Whole Man.” The book gives actionable methods for men to pursue an improved mindset, better relationships, and a better future.
Check it out here.