How about a disaster kit for the car? Yes, it's not sexy but . . . nothing says "I care" more.
For the car - well, if you want a completely insane list (very ,very complete) there is this.
For the rest of us, we need a kit tailored to our primary driving location and our driving plans. By "plan" I mean that if you intend to drive into the remote corners of Nebraska or Wyoming or driving the "loneliest road in America" in Nevada in the dead of winter or tour the great American deserts in the summer, you might want to pack a kit that will help you survive a problem 200 miles from nowhere.
On the other hand, if you are driving local roads you may need something - uh - less. So, if I may,
- Cell phone and charger
- Jumper cables
- Mechanics gloves
- Space blanket
- First aid kit
- Duct tape
- Spare tire, lug wrench and a little board to put under the jack
- Kitty litter
- A quart of oil
- Extra engine coolant
- An LED lantern and a couple of LED headlamps with extra batteries
- A roadside reflector
- A couple of reflective safety vests
- 4 pints of drinking water
- A few zip lock baggies (gallon size)
- About 6 tie wraps/cable ties
- About 10 feet of plastic sheeting
- Some plastic garbage bags
- Ice scraper
- A roll of paper towels
It's not a diamond necklace, but if things get rough for your loved one, this stuff may help them more than a piece of jewelry.
Wrap it up nicely. Give it with love.