30 Year Retirement Gift Ideas

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Selecting a 30-year retirement gift requires consideration of the retiree's preferences. When you combine a person's history of contributions with personal likes and dislikes, you can choose a great personal gift.

Personalized Gifts

  • When the gift is intended for a person you work with professionally or a gift presented on behalf of a group, the personalized gift is a strong choice. Websites like Gifts.com offer many gifts you can customize, including hats, T-shirts, framed magazine covers and awards, golf balls, plaques, mugs, hats, sweatshirts, clocks and keepsake cases. Focus your creativity on choosing the right combination of words and imagery for a personalized gift.

Unusual Gifts

  • Unusual gifts represent your reflection on the perfect gift. Collect information from colleagues, family and friends of the retiree to find out what unique talents, interests and hobbies he or she enjoys. For example, if a person collects Art Deco lamps, purchase an unusual lamp after searching near and far and consider adding a personal inscription on the lamp's base. Reject obvious ideas like buying a new set of golf clubs for a golf enthusiast unless a casual gift is your intention. Another option is to provide travel arrangements for a trip of personal significance. If the retiree has always wanted to see Europe but never been, buy a refundable ticket voucher for a major European airline. The gift recipient can select the date at his or her convenience.

Monetary Gifts

  • Considering the special retirement circumstances of an individual may indicate that giving cash or gift certificates is the best choice. For example, if someone takes a 30-year retirement due to a disabling condition or company buyout, the retirement may not be a happy occasion. When you know the special circumstances of the retiree and find a monetary gift would make a big difference, you can organize a fundraiser or special collection to raise funds for the gift. Because gift recipients may be proud, humble or otherwise unable to accept gifts, the gift giver should find out if a monetary gift is welcomed by speaking with a spouse or close family member first.

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