Examining the Fathers Incorporated’s Real Dads Read Program: Barbers’ and Fathers’ Reflections and Experiences
The Fathers Incorporated’s Real Dads Read program places little libraries in barbershops to encourage fathers to read to their children while they wait for a haircut.
APS POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTNERS WITH FATHERS INCORPORATED’S ‘REAL DADS READ’ MOBILE SUMMER READING INITIATIVE
The APS Police Department and Fathers Incorporated will roll out “Real Dads Read” mobile units providing reading materials to children in various Atlanta neighborhoods.
Sesame Street in Communities Features Free Webinar with Fatherhood Advocate and CEO of Fathers Incorporated just in time for Father’s Day
As part of its Sesame Street in Communities program, Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit organization behind Sesame Street, will host a free webinar for fatherhood practitioners featuring Kenneth Braswell, CEO of Fathers Incorporated.
CEOs of Fatherhood-Focused Agencies Come Together to Celebrate Fathers Amidst COVID19 and U.S. Protests in a Show of Support and Solidarity on Father’s Day
They came up with an idea to celebrate dads around the world with “Dadifesto”, a virtual international Father’s Day celebration that will bring dads of all cultures and races together to celebrate one another with a commitment to creating ‘global citizens’ of their children through intentional parenting.
The Atlanta Gladiators are proud to announce their new partnership with Fathers Incorporated. The local non-profit organization, which is based in Dunwoody, focuses on furthering the involvement of fathers and their families throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan Area.
The University for Parents is proud to announce that Fathers Incorporated is the recipient of our SUSAN L. TAYLOR DISTINGUISED COMMUNITY PARTNER AWARD. This award is offered […]
The Drive to Five messaging campaign will equip and empower fathers with the necessary tools to understand the importance of and fully develop their role as fathers, encouraging them to engage positively with their children during the most formative years of life–up to age 5.