With Valentine’s Day on the horizon and men begin to think about how we’re going to express our appreciation for our love ones, Chick-Fil-A presents us an opportunity to take care of one order of “love” business. Each year Chick-Fil-A host Daddy Daughter Date Night. In restaurants across the country fathers and men caretakers put aside a night to spend with the little precious ones in our lives; our daughters.

Research speaks to the fact that when fathers are actively and lovingly involved in the lives of their daughters, they prevent many social obstacles; like teen aged pregnancy, homelessness, substance abuse; etc. Even given that, there is one bonus that we don’t take a seriously as we do. For many of our daughters, their fathers serve (or should serve) as the example and model of healthy manhood.

Fathers Incorporated thanks the Chick-fil-a in Dunwoody, GA and its operator, Grant Wells, Lisa and his staff for allowing us to co-host, serve, talk to and enjoy the over 40 fathers who came out. We also salute Chick-Fil-A for providing at least for one night the opportunity to spend time with our girls and treating them like the princesses they are.

@ChickfilA

Posted by Fathers Incorporated

Fathers Incorporated (FI) is a national, non-profit organization working to build stronger families and communities through the promotion of Responsible Fatherhood. Established in 2004, FI has a unique seat at the national table, working with leaders in the White House, Congress, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Family Law, and the Responsible Fatherhood Movement. FI works collaboratively with organizations around the country to identify and advocate for social and legislative changes that lead to healthy father involvement with children, regardless of the father’s marital or economic status, or geographic location. From employment and incarceration issues, to child support and domestic violence, FI addresses long-standing problems to achieve long-term results for children, their families, the communities, and nation in which they live.

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