If you’re racking your brain trying to think of an original—and useful—gift for Father’s Day, look no further. The American Red Cross has dozens of items any dad would love.
For the Preparedness Junkie—or the Woefully Unprepared
Does your dad have such a stockpile of food and supplies that he could open his own store? Or does he run to the market when bad weather threatens?
Deluxe Family First Aid Kit
Either way, he would surely appreciate a gift like the emergency preparedness kit, which contains more than a dozen items, including food bars, water, blanket and a first aid kit.
For on-the-go, the deluxe personal safety emergency pack will give him (and you) some peace of mind for those “what if?” scenarios. For the ultimate in portability, give the pocket first aid kit—small enough to fit in a back pocket!
For the Stylish
What’s better than looking sharp for a good cause? Your dad will turn heads wearing the Red Cross track jacket or the environmentally conscious organic tee.
If he’s more of a baseball cap-wearing type, no problem—the classic ball cap has him covered.
For the Nostalgic
Does your dad see every WWII movie that comes out? Repeatedly? Then feed his nostalgia with vintage Red Cross items.
The popular Red Cross vintage tee sports the Red Cross Field Services logo, which represents the organization's long-standing commitment to U.S. service members.
Designed to resemble one of the first Red Cross first aid kits, the 100 year anniversary first aid kit contains all your essential first aid items in a stylish khaki-green case.
If he’s looking to lounge on the beach vintage-style, the lifesaving and water safety beach towel is the perfect gift for dads heading to the water this summer.
Check out the many other gift-worthy items in the Red Cross store and use the promo code FATHER for 10% off your total order, valid from June 5-20.
About the American Red Cross:
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies nearly half of the nation's blood; teaches lifesaving skills; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a charitable organization — not a government agency — and depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit www.redcross.org or join our blog at http://blog.redcross.org.