How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Support an underprivileged couple on the Shared Parenting Program.
Support an incarcerated father or youth in reconciling with their family, as part of the rehabilitative work we do.
Support an underprivileged couple in the Beginning Parenting Programme, which strengthens marriages of couples welcoming a new-born into their lives.
Support an underprivileged father-child pair in strengthening their relationship through our diverse experiential programmes - Adventure Camp with Dad, ICAN and more.
About Campaignends 30 Oct 2018, 11:59 PM
We will be holding our inaugural "Dads on the Greens" Charity Golf this year and we need your support!
Date: 14 September 2018, Friday
Time: 12.30pm to 9pm
Venue: Singapore Island Country Club
GOH: Dr Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister For Foreign Affairs
Special Guest: Mr Seah Kian Peng, MP for Marine Parade GRC
Hole-in-one Prize: Mercedes Benz E400 Avant Garde
We hope to raise $200,000 that will make a powerful difference to the lives of many children and underprivileged families in our community.
In 2017, CFF engaged 281,243 families and equipped more than 13,000 fathers in 175 programmes and five nationwide events, helping parents of new-borns, setting up father groups in schools, supporting incarcerated fathers, ex-convicts, families in distress and youths at risk.
CFF also champions the Dads for Life Movement that seeks to inspire, mobilise and involve fathers to become good influencers in their children's lives... for Life!
Hence, this year, we humbly seek your support of our inaugural charity golf tournament by way of donations.
CFF is a registered Institution of Public Character and donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction.
However, should you wish to purchase flights, please call us at 6769 1238 or email Hema at [email protected]
We look forward to receiving your support and seeing you on the Greens!
About the Charity
The Centre for Fathering (CFF) is a non-profit founded in 2000 to promote active & involved fathering, and address issues caused by fatherlessness in Singapore. For more than 20 years, CFF has helped countless families, beginning with fathers, through workshops and experiential programmes conducted in schools, communities, prisons, religious organisations & corporate companies.
Our four annual flagship campaigns, 'Back To School With Dad', 'Eat With Your Family Day', 'Paktor with Mom', and 'Celebrating Fathers', encourage fathers to be present with their families.
CFF also champions the DADs for Life movement to inspire fathers to be good influencers of their children, and a father figure to those who do not have fathers.
Marriage is a partnership and men can become even better fathers with their wives' support. Mums and Dads play irreplaceable and complementary roles in parenting. In 2019 DADs for Life partnered with a group of mother volunteers to launch another national ground up movement; MUMs for Life, to complement the work of DADs for Life.
MUMs for Life celebrates a Mum's identity as daughter, woman, wife and mother. When Mums are confident in their unique identity and multiple roles, they can better nurture our children and support Dads in building a stronger family in an increasingly complex world.