If your dad's the greatest hero you know, pay forward his kindheartedness to someone else this Father's Day.
We know you think your Dad is the most upstanding guy around, so honor him this Father's Day by helping others and passing on the lesson of integrity he's taught you.
Let Dad know he taught you to always think of others by choosing a gift for him that donates to charity.
For adventurous dads, nab a camping hammock that also donates a life-saving mosquito net to a family in Africa. For dapper Dads, choose a tie that allocates proceeds to fighting cancer.
Most of these items can be delivered in 48 hours.
Check out our slideshow of seven gifts that give back below.
This camping hammock by ROO allows your adventurous dad to rest easy knowing he's helping others. Purchasing a hammock provides a treated mosquito net or health education seminar to a family in need in Africa.
The Albert Necktie means business -- and it's also serious about helping cancer victims. More than 25 percent of the profits of these ties will be donated to The Life Tie Project portfolio, a cancer research, prevention and patient care program.
Help kick cancer's butt with these K-Swiss running shoes. The purchase of this Father's Day gift will donate funds to help researchers find a cure for cancer through Stand Up To Cancer.
For the on-the-go dad, The BUILT City Collection Slim Laptop Bag is a sleek and comfortable way to tote around a laptop. With the purchase of this water resistant bag, $14 will go to a charity of his choice.
For tech-savvy dads, nab these limited-edition Jambox portable speakers. With this purchase, $50 will be donated to charity: water to help fund programs that bring clean water to people in need.
Buy Dad a pair of Warby Parker glasses and he'll look good and feel good knowing his purchase donated a pair of optical glasses to someone in need.
This Common Threadz "Hand to Heart" collection was created by a 4-year-old named Nkosikhana. Your purchase will feed an orphan in Africa for one month, and you'll receive a brochure about where exactly your money went.