This Fathers Day, join Dads across Australia and make a statement on social media to identify with your most important job – being a Father.

This Fathers Day, let’s all put fathering first.

We’re encouraging Dads across Australia to share this video and put 'Father', 'Dad', 'Step-Dad' or 'Father figure' as their job title on their Facebook and LinkedIn profiles.

As Fathers and Father figures, it’s so easy to get lost in our other roles and forget what our first job is. Yet it’s the most important job we’ll ever do.

This small but important gesture will help Dads across Australia and the world realise how important their job, their first job, is.

For more details on how to get involved, see our instructional guide below.

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About The Fathering Project:

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About The Fathering Project:

We're for the kids.

The Fathering Project isn't for those dads who feel they aren't doing the best of jobs or struggling with the role.
It's for each and every dad!
To show them of their significant importance to their children and assist and provide useful tips to raise and develop our children; the future of our society.


Aim for a Caramello Life

A fulfilling life is important. Listen to this podcast to find out the meaning of a Caramello life.


Be positive

A short humorous video featuring Peter Rowsthorn focusing on the importance of having and displaying a positive attitude around the children.


Avoid the good cop, bad cop trap

If you are separated from your partner, disciplining your children can become more difficult.


Family rituals are important

A family ritual is of high importance, particularly for those families who aren't spending as much time all together as they'd hope!

Schools Program:

What is a Fathering Project School Group?

The Fathering Project School Group is formed in your child’s school by fathers and father figures who want to be champions in their child’s life.
The group is aimed at being fun, building interaction and knowledge of fathers and father figures of the school to engage themselves more effectively in the lives of their kids.
Fathering Project School Group's aim to not only discuss and address important topics to the father's and the children involved, but to also bring the participating members together to develop strong bonds with like-minded people.
For further information or details on how to start up your very own School Group, check out the School Group page on our website.

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Upcoming Events:

The Fathering Project organises professional networking, fundraising and general events on a regular basis.
Some of the participatory events open to the public, coming up in the near future is "The Big Campout" occurring on 14th October 2017.
Another event that is a great and unique opportunity is "The Fathering Project Community Bike Ride" occurring on 4th November 2017.
For more upcoming events and relevant details, please visit our Events Page.

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Support Us:

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The work of the Fathering Project is solely supported by the generosity of our community - people like you.
When you donate, you will be supporting our mission to prevent kids from suicide, self-harm, substance abuse and other issues effecting the youth of today.
You'll be supporting our research and schools program also.
To help us continue our work and support the father's and their children all over the world, please make a donation today.

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“I would like to thank The Fathering Project for everything you’re doing for children and fathers. I have a very strong relationship with my stepfather. I’m positive the Fathering Project means the world to many children and their father figures in their life.”

Shae, teenager from New South Wales

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