Plan a Virtual Gathering
Nothing compares to seeing your folks in person, but you can create a feeling of togetherness with your newfound-favorite video conferencing platform. If you’re in self-quarantine or just separated by miles and miles, this Father’s Day you can feel a little closer with the help of technology.
Have a Meal Together, Share a Meal With Others
This day usually comes packed with a good hearty meal. So how about also providing for people facing hunger on Father’s Day? Since the pandemic began, some food banks are seeing a four-fold increase in demand. Consider matching what you spend on your own meal with a donation to children and families in need.
Show Dad You’ve Been Listening!
Here’s your chance to show your dad that you know what his values are and that he’s done a great job instilling them in you. Consider finding an organization that’s taking on an issue your dad cares deeply about and making a donation in his honor.