Father's Day

Father’s Day is a time to honour our father figures who have loved us unconditionally. It’s a celebration of all fathers, from the traditional to the step-dads, to those no longer with us.

It’s the parent, step parents, foster parents, the uncles, grandfathers, teachers, siblings, neighbours, colleagues, friends parents, even the mums that doubled up as dad!

Whoever has been a dad to you, show them some love and appreciation with a unique gift from Compton or honour their memory with a dedication and donation.

Let your Dad's memory live forever
For the Dad who has everything

Your Dad or father figure may no longer be here in person, but their legacy will live on forever. He’ll live through your words, your actions, and the way you treat others.

This Father’s Day, why not keep his legacy alive by creating a digital tribute in his honour.

For a donation of your choosing, you can create an online dedication to your Dad, complete with your favourite photo. The digital tribute will be available to view any time and available to share on your social media pages or with your family should you like to do so.

What’s more, the money you donate will ensure Compton can continue to help families living with incurable conditions.

Click here to create your digital tribute with pride.

For the Dad who has everything why not touch his heart with a donation of your choice to Compton Care in his name.

Gifts come and go, however a donation to support the families in Compton’s care will be cherished for a lifetime. Compton makes it so that people living with incurable conditions are comfortable and cared for, so they can focus on spending time with their loved ones. A donation in your dad’s name will ensure families can make precious memories that will stay with them forever.

Once you’ve made your Father’s Day donation, we’ll send you a link to download a beautiful presentation voucher to personalise before gifting it to your Dad.

Click here to donate and make your Dad’s day.

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