The National Center for Fathering
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Location: 10200 W. 75th Street Suite 267 Shawnee Mission KS 66204 USA
Our goal is to end the crisis of father absence in America by helping to create a national movement that will change the current culture of fatherlessness and replace it with a culture of Championship Fathering characterized by men who are committed to Loving, Coaching and Modeling for their own children and are reaching outside their own families by Encouraging a fatherless child and Enlisting other men in the Championship Fathering movement. We are seeking to enlist 10% of the fathers in America - 6.5 million - to join our team by making and living out the Championship Fathering commitment.
Programs: Championship Fathering is a movement conceived to change the culture of America by enlisting 10% of the dads in America (6.5 million) to make a commitment to 1) loving, coaching and modeling for their children, 2) reaching out to a fatherless child and 3) encouraging other men to join the Championship Fathering team.
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I am so honored you let me be a part of the "What my Father Means to Me" essay contest and celebration. I look forward to this event every year and am always willing to help out. I feel this is one of the worthiest causes I could be a part of. The National Center for Fathering not only has helped my husband grow as a father but it has also helped me grow as a mother and an individual. I am very pleased with the organization and tap in to your website frequently. It was so good to see you again and I definitely look forward to working with you again for next year's event and staying in touch until then. Thank you again for letting me be a part of this worthy cause.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
individual families I work with through my daycare who have been referred to the National Center for Fathering.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
seeing how proud the fathers are of their children when each essay is read at the celebration event.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
the kindest people I have ever had the pleasure knowing and working with.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
get the proper marketing tools to reach out to communities so it can help influence fathers to step up and play an important part of their families
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