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Christian focused commercial site, using sports metaphors and star athletes as role models for fathering network.
Nonprofit in Singapore, affiliated with WWW sites to support fathers who desire to 'make a difference' in their children's lives.
Organization of men with daughters that provides tools to build relationships & understand the socialization of female body image and how to re-construct their self-image.
Dads Can is a Canadian organization that promotes responsible and involved fathering by supporting men's personal development into fatherhood and healthy fathering patterns in society.
Offers links and information on Christian based relationship sites.
UK charity exists to support the welfare of children by the positive and active involvement of fathers and male carers in their lives.
The mission of the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative is to end father absence by connecting Children and fathers and promote responsible fatherhood by equipping men to be better fathers and father figures.
A non-profit, non-partisan organization that aims to improve the well-being of children through promotion of responsible and involved fatherhood.
Provides support and resources for fathers and families of children with chronic illness and developmental disabilities.
An organization that is working to promote the involvement of Latino men in their children's lives.
Organization to support fathering and other fatherhood related organizations.
The Centre promotes involved fathers through public awareness and education activities and online self-assessment. Based out of Austin, Texas.
The goal of the Fatherhood Alliance is to educate fathers on how to enhance their fathering skills -- therefore, enhancing their family life.
The first is to initiate men into a mature masculinity, to lead lives of integrity, connection to feeling.
Offers a masculine approach to parenting sons, borrowed from Native American practice.