Looking for ethical and eco-friendly father’s day gift ideas? Don’t worry – I’ve got you sorted!

Father’s Day is in just a couple of weeks – in 2022 it falls on Sunday 19th June. As such, I thought I’d post a little round-up of some ethical or eco-friendly Father’s Day gift ideas on a budget.  All gift ideas are under £25 and start from just £4.95.

Eco-Friendly Fathers Day Gift Ideas

Check out my ethical Father’s day ideas. EF denotes eco-friendly and FT denotes fair-trade, and the * denotes that a link is an affiliate link. Moral Fibres may earn a small commission – at no extra cost to readers – on items that have been purchased through those links. This income helps keep this site running.


From top left, clockwise:

Hand Trowel & Fork set from Crocus – £24.99 (FT).   Beautiful garden tools made in the UK from FSC certified timber.

The Bluebeard’s Revenge Shaving Cream* from Ethical Superstore* – £9.99 (FT).  Made in the UK, it’s vegetarian and vegan-friendly, paraben-free, and housed in recyclable packaging.  That’s a lot of eco-friendly father’s day boxes ticked!

Lexon Toiletry Bag from Frank & Faith – £17 (EF).  Made from recycled bottles! This one is no longer available, but try this one made from recycled inner tubes*.

Half Pint Mug from Doris & Co*. – £19.95 (FT).  Hand cast in traditional methods in Stoke-On-Trent by skilled local craftsmen.


Bamboo Socks* by Thought Clothing – £4.95 a pair (EF / FT).  You can never go wrong with a good pair of sustainable socks, especially bamboo ones.

Fairtrade Divine Chocolate* from Ethical Superstore – £5.35  (FT).  A tasty fair-trade treat for your dad

Recycled Leather e-Reader Case from Frank & Faith – £18 (EF).  If your dad’s a gadget man, like mine! This one is no longer available but try this sustainable cork one instead*.

Monty Don’s Gardening at Longmeadow (£7.99), if your dad’s a Monty fan (aren’t we all?!).

If none of these eco-friendly father’s day gift ideas have inspired you then my big ethical gift guide, featuring eco-friendly, plastic-free, and zero-waste gift ideas for all is available here.

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