Father’s Day Presents Galore @ RNLI

12 June 2010

footie I am a huge fan of getting presents from charity organisations (of my choice, of course) that suit the intended victims. If they are selling what I have in mind then I’ll automatically purchase it from them unless the price is that little bit too high. However, the RNLI are selling some rather lovely Father’s Day presents for reasonable prices and everything goes to a good cause.

So who are the RNLI? The Royal National Lifeboat Institution was founded in 1824 and relies  voluntary donations and legacies for its income. They provide a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service to 100 nautical miles out from the coast of the UK. They offer free safety advice, watch out for us on busy beaches and do all sorts of good things.

The presents on offer in the Father’s Day specific section are not that varied – you can choose from an Industrial Revolution Map, a Helmsman Bear or some tea towels. However, the sale that they are currently glassrunning is of infinitely more interest.

In the sale you can find gifts, outdoors, at home, clothing and seasonal products to suit all wallet shapes. Have a look and see if something appeals to you, it will make a difference.

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