What Father's Day gifts do Bracelets Together offer?
When is Father’s Day this year?
This is question is probably running through all of our minds this year. It’s maybe the last thing on our minds with everything that’s going on in the world right now. For over a hundred years, we have been celebrating the Dads, Grandads, Step-Dads and Uncles in our lives. Maybe now, we should treasure this day more than ever. On 21st June 2020, families across the UK will present gifts, cards, hugs and kisses to their fathers.
However, on this day some of these fathers will be out on the frontline risking their lives. Some fathers will be doctors, policemen, nurses, supermarket staff, engineers and Covid-19 volunteers. While the world stops to cherish their fathers, these men keep on going to keep us safe.
Bracelets Together offer a range of gifts for the father figure in your life. This is a great opportunity to really show how much they mean to you. The ‘Together Bracelet’, priced at £17.50, lined with cobalt blue cord with an iron plated stainless steel clasp, symbolises our appreciation for our frontline workers. This bracelet signifies the unity of key workers alongside their families and the always grateful general public.
Some families will be forced to be apart this Father’s Day. Keeping a 2 metre distance between their loved ones, we have to adapt. Using technology to give virtual hugs, laugh for hours on video calls and presents will be delivered by post. It is for these reasons Father’s Day 2020 will be one which will never be forgotten.
The ‘Lockdown Bracelet’ could be the perfect gift for a lockdown Father’s Day. While lockdown has been slowly moving forward and the lockdown easing, the bracelet can provide both ‘IN’ and ‘OUT’ options on the clasp. This high quality cord bracelet is stainless steel and has a bold yet classic look. Retailing at £20.00, this signature bracelet can let your Dad know that he is still loved and thought of in this difficult time.
All proceeds from Bracelets Together contribute to NHS Charities Together, which helps our hospitals do more plus supports patients during Covid-19. By wearing these bracelets, we’re showing stupendous pride for our key workers during these unprecedented times. Please use #BraceletsTogether to join the movement this Father’s Day.