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1. Help Fathers realise how important they are in a child's life
2. Give Fathers advice on how to positively engage with their children
3. Inspire Fathers to get involved with their children - become proactive
4. Develop programs and initiatives to assist with and promote the engagement of Fathers
5. Utilise research-based evidence to encourage positive change in Fathers
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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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.
A fulfilling life is important. Listen to this podcast to find out the meaning of a Caramello life.
Taking each of your children on a trip with you, whether overseas or just for a few days to the next town, is a great way to spend time with your child and help them feel special.
If you are separated from your partner, disciplining your children can become more difficult.
A family ritual is of high importance, particularly for those families who aren't spending as much time all together as they'd hope!
We're building communities of Dads through the formation of Dads Groups.
As Fathers and Father figures, it's too 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.
Because what we do, or don't do as Dads, has an enormous impact on the happiness and health of the kids we love.
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.
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.
Shae, teenager from New South Wales