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Our mission is to increase the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible fathers and male role models
We achieve this by supporting and providing adolescent boys, fathers and their families with mentorship, information, advice and guidance that will enhance their personal, social and economic well-being. We engage fathers and listen to their needs then provide support, training and awareness.
Community engagement is an undeniably critical part of ensuring that mentoring isn’t left to chance. Whether you’re a public official, teacher, counselor, school administrator, or business leader, we need your help and involvement to close the mentoring gap
You can stay up to date on new resources, events, opportunities to advocate, national initiatives, and news about Father2Father and mentoring by signing up for our newsletters to stay connected
Father2Father impacts by developing and supporting a national network of affiliates. These affiliates are non-for-profit, public-private organisations that galvanize local or statewide mentoring movements
Father Figure And Children Engagements Services
Fathers bring your CHILDREN and let's PARTY, PARTY, PARTY with Face Painting, Storytelling, Arts & Craft, Party Games and so much more....
Father's remember your children are the FACE of the future, so let's invest in their Personal, social, health and economic wellbeing through play
A place where men come together to discuss what's on their mind, socialise, network and support one another in comfortable and safe environment.
Past topics have included:
Fatherhood, Health & Mental well-being
Drugs & Alcohol, Keeping Fit & Eating well,
Relationships (Communication), Time Management and Work life
These are 1:1's and Group mentoring sessions which aim to improve life chances for future generations of young black men aged 11-18yrs as well as coordinate support and opportunities for those who are 18-25 now.
The focus of this programme is on harnessing successful young black men's potential, increasing their visibility, and tackling inequalities where they exist.
Commission by Hackney Council
BECOME A MENTOR
BECOME A MENTOR
When you were young, did you know how to study for a test or make plans for college/Uni?
Do you remember wanting your first car or looking for a part-time job?
Simple things that may seem easy or straightforward to you now may be a complete mystery to a young person.
To help you decide which type of mentoring program you want (One-to-One, Group, E-Mentoring etc...), ask yourself the following questions:
- What time commitment can I make?
- What age of youth would I like to work with?
- Would I like to work with one child or with a group of children?
- Would I like to team with other adults to mentor a child or a group of children?
- What types of activities interest me? Do I want to help a youth learn a specific skill, pursue an interest, help with schoolwork or just be a caring adult friend?
- What mentoring location would I prefer?
Before you are able to start volunteering with F2F you will need to undergo a DBS check (criminal records check) by completing a short online application.