Here are some ways to celebrate your favorite Mom, Grammie, Sis, Aunt, cousin, niece or daughter on her special day, with real love but virtual togetherness.
Instead of a real bouquet of flowers, give her a lifetime supply, via a gift in her name to your favorite park.
Each year in Central Park, hundreds of thousands of tulips and daffodils bloom. Donate next year’s plantings in her honor.
With a tax-deductible donation of $50 ($1 per bulb), the Conservancy will plant your tulips or daffodils in Central Park, and she gets a mailed certificate or e-card notifying her of your gift.
Wherever you see tulips or daffodils in Central Park, you and she will know that yours and hers are among them.
Or contact 212.310.6675 or email email@example.com
You can also donate to other NYC parks, which we enjoy year-round.
The High Line offers a monthly membership, so you can donate for the Mother’s Day month of May, or for the month of her birthday.
Click here to donate to the Prospect Park Conservancy
Buy her a museum membership so that when they reopen she can visit as often as she likes.
The eagerly awaited Kusama exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden has been postponed for one year, until Spring 2021.
KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature was to have opened this Mother’s Day weekend, and tickets had been been selling briskly.
Buy her a membership to NYBG and she’ll get preferential access to tickets for the 2021 exhibit.
Everybody loves the American Museum of Natural History, one of the finest and most famous museums of its kind in the world.
A family membership offers unlimited FREE admission and FREE tickets to special exhibitions (currently T. rex: The Ultimate Predator) and to 2D and 3D shows each time you visit together.
Plus, your membership is 100% tax deductible.
Canon, the camera and printer folk, have a full page of DIY choices instructions you can print out and assemble.
FREE Virtual Mother’s Day Cards
Of course, you have to provide your email address and hers, too, which puts both of you on their future marketing list for handbags, scarves, perfumes and such. That’s the price of FREE.