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8 Best Mobile Apps for How to Give Back on Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a time to celebrate dads and show gratitude for all they do for their kids and their families. After you do something nice for the dad in your life to show your appreciation, you can suggest an outing or an activity that will help others be happier as well. The best part is, you can also use technology and mobile apps as a way to give back on Father’s Day.

Giving Back is Easy

Father’s Day is a great day to encourage all dads to think about giving back. We all know that giving makes us feel good and isn’t Father’s Day a great time for all dads to feel good about themselves – while helping others?

Mobile apps provide an easy way for everyone to access information and they also create an easy way to give. We have done some of the research for you and found some of the best apps that dads can download to make giving fun and EASY.

8 Best Mobile Apps for Dads to Give Back:

WoofTrax is a way for Dad to support a favorite local animal charity by walking the dog! After downloading the mobile app, and choosing his favorite animal charity, every dog walk earns a donation that unleashes love for all shelter pets.

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Donate a Photo allows dads to support various charitable causes by simply sharing photos from their smartphones. Dads can choose a cause they care about, take a photo related to it, and share it through the mobile app. For each photo shared, a donation is made to the selected charity.

Charity Miles allows dads to track their walks, runs, or bike rides and earn money for a charity of their choice based on the distance covered. Dads can stay active while simultaneously contributing to causes they believe in, making their workouts more meaningful.

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Be My Eyes connects dads with visually impaired individuals who need assistance with tasks that require sight. Dads can lend their eyes remotely through live video calls, helping visually impaired individuals with various daily tasks or challenges. The app has facilitated countless acts of kindness and support, fostering a sense of community and gratitude.

ShareTheMeal allows dads to contribute to the United Nations World Food Programme and help provide meals to children in need worldwide. With just a few taps on their mobile devices, dads can donate as little as $0.50, providing vital meals to children suffering from hunger. ShareTheMeal has launched successful campaigns, including providing meals to schoolchildren in Lesotho and supporting refugee families.

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Forest is a unique app designed to help dads stay focused and avoid smartphone distractions. Each time dads successfully resist the temptation to use their phones, a virtual tree grows in the app. Over time, accumulated virtual trees can be converted into real trees planted by the organization behind the app. Dads can improve their productivity, reduce screen time, and contribute to reforestation efforts.

Tab for a Cause turns each new tab opened in a web browser into a small donation to charitable organizations. By browsing the internet as they normally would, dads can generate funds to support education, clean water initiatives, and other causes. Tab for a Cause has built a strong community of users who have collectively raised significant amounts of money for various charities.

Round Up is a donation app that elevates your purchasing experience to include charitable giving every time you make a purchase online.  The app will round up your change to the nearest dollar and donate it to your favorite charity, making giving easy. Round Up proves that every little bit counts.

Giving Back with Mobile Apps

By encouraging the Dad in your life to check out any of these mobile apps to give back on Father’s Day, you will be helping him make a difference in our world. And you will give him the gift of feeling good on Father’s Day. It’s a win-win for everyone!

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