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ends 12 Oct 2017, 11:59 PM
Together with Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YSTCM), Centre for Fathering (CFF) is throwing a charity concert for all classical music lovers and you're invited!

Date: 12 October 2017
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: YSTCM Concert Hall, NUS

The concert theme this year is "The Gift of Wings". This resonates strongly with CFF's ethos of fathers cultivating, nurturing and building resilience in their children. An evening of light classics inspired by real and mystical birds awaits, as the renowned T'ang Quartet leads the performance of Vaughan William's "The Lark Ascending" with violin soloist Korniev Oleksandr. The concert will also showcase performances by the talented Yong Siew Toh piano students and the Conservatory Orchestra.

Through your generous donations and/or ticket purchases, CFF hopes to raise $250,000 to fund our initiatives this year. They include increasing engagement with parents of new-borns, setting up father groups in more schools, supporting the marginalized families, incarcerated fathers and ex-convicts, and partnering strategic partners in driving nation-wide active fathering campaigns.

Price Category for *Tickets
Cat A - $300
Cat B - $200
Cat C - $100
*Seats allocation is based on best available seats for price category at time of purchase.

For enquiries, please call us at 6769 1238 or email Connie at [email protected]

Thank you for your support in advance and we look forward to receiving you and your family at the concert!

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.


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