Hall of Fame Village powered by Johnson Controls today announced event details for the Fatherhood Festival to be held Father’s Day Weekend, June 17-19, at its Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium by the Fatherhood Institute.
Fathers Incorporated (FI) released Mental Health Matters, Why Black Dad’s Positive Mental Health Is Good for Youth Academic Outcomes, the second brief in the series of educational briefs addressing fatherhood engagement for low-income African American students and their families.
Fathers Incorporated host 2nd Graduation of 40 Black Dads on 26th Anniversary of the Million Man March in Metro Atlanta
Since April 2021, Fathers Incorporated (FI) has touched over 800 dads in Metro Atlanta, seeking responsible fatherhood services. October 16th marks the 2nd in-person celebration of Metro Atlanta dads completing 90% of the agency’s 40-hour fatherhood and life skills curriculums. The graduation will take place at Pittsburgh Yards in Atlanta from 1 PM – 3:30 PM.
FATHERS INCORPORATED NAMED A RECIPIENT OF THE LATEST ROUND OF THE MLB “HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS COMMUNITY GRANT” PROGRAM
Major League Baseball (MLB) and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) today announced the sixth round of recipients for the joint “Healthy Relationships Community Grant” program.
Atlanta-Area CEO Honored by Oprah in Fatherhood Television Spotlight For His Work Positively Impacting Black Fathers
Oprah co-hosted OWN’s first-ever Father’s Day special, “Honoring Our Kings.” Highlighted alongside their families was Dunwoody resident Kenneth Braswell, Sr., CEO of Fathers Incorporated (FI), for his three decades of working with fathers and their families.
Fathers Incorporated partners with Cbabi Bayoc celebrating ‘FatherhoodIsBrotherhood’ this Father’s Day ATLANTA (June 1, 2021)— In celebration of Father’s Day, Atlanta-based nonprofit, Fathers Incorporated has partnered with […]
Fathers Incorporated and the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, are saddened to announce the passing of our colleague and friend, Halbert Sullivan.