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Support an incarcerated father/youth in reconciling with their family
Support a couple in strengthening their marriage & welcoming their new-born with the Beginning Parenting Programme
Support a father-child pair in strengthening their relationship through Father-Child Experiential Programmes
Your donation will enable us to minimise the effects of fatherlessness, strengthen families, & allow children to grow up with confidence, accountability & resilence
The Centre for Fathering (CFF) was founded in 2000 to promote active & involved fathering, & address issues of fatherlessness in Singapore. For more than 16 years, CFF has helped countless families, fathers in particular, through father-child experiential programmes & fathering workshops conducted in schools, communities, prisons, religious organisations & corporate companies. We organise three national events annually, namely the Back To School With Dad, Eat With Your Family Day and Celebrating Fathers Campaign, to encourage fathers to be with their families, & create a culture that promotes Active Fathering. CFF also champions the "Dads for Life" movement to inspire fathers to be good influencers in the lives of their children, & to those without father figures in their lives.
Father-child relationship is a significant factor in the emotional and cognitive development of a child. CFF organises father-child programmes, shared parenting talks and fathering workshops. One of our father-child programmes is "Adventure Camp With Dad", which provides a platform for fathers to bond with their pre-teens through adventure-learning.
With increased engagements in the various ethnic communities and Singapore Prisons, we keenly look forward to more father-child bonding programmes, confidence-building programs for "At-Risk" and "Protected" Youth, further and deeper outreach to more fathers, which include fathers with special needs children, single fathers and those who are incarcerated.