We’re inviting dads across Australia to take part in the 2019 Fathering Facts Survey. The survey will help us identify what fathering looks like today, what we are doing well and the areas that need improvement.

Tell us how you Dad.

Fathering has changed and it's always changing. The roles of mums and dads in the home, the workplace and in society mean that the expectations are changing.

You don’t dad like your dad did, and he didn't dad like his dad did. So, we've decided to find out how fathering is evolving to fit the times we live in.

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We're for the kids.

What we do or don't do as Dads, has an enormous impact on the happiness and health of the kids we love.

We're here to raise-up the role of Fathering and inspire men to be the best Dads they can be.

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Dads Groups:

What is a Dads Group?

We're building communities of Dads through the formation of Dads Groups.

The Dads Groups are formed through schools, workplaces and community groups and aim to be fun, interactive and supportive. They provide a community of like-minded Dads to discuss and address the importance of being an involved and effective Father or Father figure to create better outcomes for their kids.

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The work of the Fathering Project is supported by the generosity of our community - people like you.
Every donation helps us to continue building communities of men, inspiring and equipping them to be positively engaged fathers and father figures, and improving outcomes for kids in areas including mental health, family violence and substance abuse.

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“The Fathering Project has highlighted the central importance of fathers in the lives of all children.”

Michael Chaney AO, Chairman of Wesfarmers & Woodside Petroleum, Chancellor of The University of WA.

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