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 020 3475 3933  | 07495 843 104

Turning the hearts of the fathers to their children,

and the hearts of the children to their fathers


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'AWARD WINNING'

Winner of the National Mentoring Awards 2019 

Special Recognition

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OUR MISSION

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.

Please register below for
RIDE DMC (Dads, Mums & Chrildren)

5th December 2020, 9.30am


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Father 2 Father and partners presents RIDE DMC

(Dads, Mums & Children)


"We Ride Together" taster day

Saturday 5th December 2020, from 9.30am


This amazing family activity is a great way to relax, exercise, connect and bond with the family


Located in Enfield, Haringey and Hackney

Places are limited and Government guidance will be applied

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PLEASE NOTE:

Only 30 spaces available

9.30am Arrival, 10am Start


Maximum 6 people per family

Must be able to ride, Helmet required

Must live in Enfield, Hackney & Haringey


Supported by Blaksox, VCPB, Enact Youth Club, Hackney Quest,

Escapism and We care homes

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Men Chat Too Online Discussion

A safe place where African/Caribbean men (18ys+) living in Hackney can come together to discuss what's on their mind, network and support one another in a non-judgmental environment



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Tools for the Teenage Years

Online Taster and Enrolment Session

Wednesday 2nd Dec 2020



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NVR addresses challenging and harmful behaviours in children and adolescents and restores individual strength and self-respect in parents. It also supports caring and respectful relationships in the family and wider communities.


Key concepts of NVR in parenting:

• De-escalating conflicts

• Increasing parental presence

• Recruiting and utilising supporters

• Taking a firm stand against violent or destructive

behaviours.

• Announcing your commitment to your child or adolescent

• Breaking the cycle of shame and silence

• Arranging sit-ins

• Creating reconciliation gestures that are not linked to the

young person’s behaviour but increase positive

interactions between parents and young people

Youth

Young people are at the core of our work.


We run the 'Boy Genius' and soon to launch 'Girl Genius' programmes which


1. Gives Information on strategies and development

2. Hear from other Young people
3. Provide downloadable worksheets and handouts

4. Share videos, quizzes and interactive activities

5. Allow Young people to complete sessions at a time that works for them

6. Provide weekly support from our mentors


We believe in the importance of having young people involved in all areas of what we do by allowing our strategies to be well informed by those who will be most affected by them.

Parents​ & Family

We recognise that the Family plays a big role in the success of young people, however being a parent comes with it’s challenges.


We run the 'Informed Parents' programme which:
1. Gives Information on parenting strategies and child development

2. Hear from other parents
3. Provide downloadable worksheets and handouts
4. Share videos, quizzes and interactive activities
5. Allow parents to complete sessions at a time that works for them
6. Provide weekly support from our course experts.

Comm​unity Growth

Father 2 Father C.I.C aims to build better communities by making  major change  to build a more aspirational future for our young people.

We enjoy colaborating with other organisations to work together towards a shared vision to create safe, inspiring communities in which we all can thrive.


Community Growth and 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.

Education

Designing, implementing and learning from educational and research projects is vital if Father 2 Father is to achieve its aims.


At Father 2 Father we work with students, educators, academics and other researchers to help generate the knowledge and insight needed to address the multitude of challenges within our communities.

Why Father 2 Father Mentoring?

Mentoring is the best way to unlock a persons potential. It improves their chances of success and lets them thrive in their learning, sense of self and emotional health.

We don’t think mentoring is just a tool to address poor behaviour, negative attitudes and the needs of vulnerable children and young adults. Mentoring is about spotting potential and helping it grow – it’s why we train staff, parents and volunteers to become amazing mentors

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Be a part of the solution - You can make a difference

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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.
MORE DETAILS


Distance
Distance willing to travel to meet with your mentee
All, General Youth Population, Academically At-Risk, Adudicated/Court Involved, Foster/Residential, Gang at Risk, Gang Involved, Gifted/Talented/Academic Achiever, Mental Health Issues, Single-Parent Household, Special Education, Other
Age of Youth served
Type of Mentoring
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