My Dad Is...

An Adventurer

Tell your dad (or another special person in your life!) what you love most about them this Father’s Day — and make an impact, too. Let’s be honest — they probably don’t need another tie or pair of socks! Instead, make a gift in their honor through the Presbyterian Giving Catalog, and you’ll be spreading hope, and helping to create lasting, positive change around the world.

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Step 1: Choose Your Gift

My Dad Is

An Adventurer

Fishery Kit

Help families fight famine and extreme hunger with a complete fishery kit that includes a fishing net, line, and fish finding radars.

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My Dad Is

Always Cooking Up Fun

Kitchen Kit

Food requires preparation, and families who have lost everything in a disaster often lack the basic tools needed to cook a meal. A kitchen kit contains cooking pots, utensils, bowls, cups and spoons.

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My Dad Is

Helping Me Grow

Community Garden

More than 23 million Americans live in food deserts, typically low-income neighborhoods where fresh, affordable food is nearly impossible to find. With few healthy food choices, residents in these areas often experience lasting health effects, like higher rates of diabetes. Community gardens supply nutritious produce where it’s most needed, while providing employment and educational opportunities that nurture communities.

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Step 2: Share Your Gift

Before purchasing your gift, share how you are making an impact with the person you’re honoring — and the world! You can celebrate them and your gift in one (or all!) of the following ways:

Print A Giving Card

Print a giving card to thank them for all they do — and let them know how your gift is spreading hope, and providing help and relief to families and communities in need. After printing, fold along the dashed lines and deliver to that special someone.


Share a Social Graphic

Celebrate your dad — and help us spread the word about the Presbyterian Giving Catalog — by sharing a Father’s Day social graphic to honor your special person and the gift made in their name. Make sure you tag @givingcatalog and use the hashtag #PGCFathersDay.


Post A Photo of Your Dad

A picture is worth a thousand words. Share a photo and a note of gratitude in a social post this Father’s Day. Don’t forget to tag @givingcatalog and use the hashtag #PGCFathersDay.

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Step 3: Purchase Your Gift

See how others are recognizing that special person in their lives below.

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