Mobile Toggle

Get Involved
With Fatherhood

subpage-image

NFI's mission is to improve the well-being of children by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, and committed fathers.

There are a number of ways that you can get involved and help us to ensure a brighter future for America's children.

Show your Support for Being a 24/7 Dad®

24/7 Dad Tee Shirt $20 free shipping

We've partnered with clothing brand fodada on a high quality, meaningful, 24/7 Dad® T-shirt. 

Purchase your 24/7 Dad® T-shirt and fodada donates $5 to NFI. It's that easy!

  • You’re a person who thinks 24/7 Dads are as important as, say, jelly is to peanut butter.
  • You’re a fatherhood practitioner and you run the 24/7 Dad® program. You’ve seen the changed lives.
  • You’re a dad whose life was changed from attending a 24/7 Dad® class. You have a renewed purpose in life.
  • You’re a person who thinks 24/7 Dads are as important as, say, jelly is to peanut butter.

No matter who you are, you know that children benefit from having an involved, responsible, committed father 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

THIS shirt tells THAT story.

 PURCHASE NOW   

 

Start a Fatherhood Program

Direct-Service-Fatherhood-Program-eBook-050114-1Have you thought about offering a fatherhood program but aren't sure where to start? Learn the seven (7) steps to starting a fatherhood program:

  1. Making the Case for a Fatherhood Program
  2. Assessing the Father Friendliness of Your Organization
  3. Focusing Your Efforts on the Type(s) of Fathers You Will Serve
  4. Selecting the Right Resources and Programs
  5. Preparing for a Sustainable Fatherhood Program
  6. Funding Your Fatherhood Program
  7. Launching Your Fatherhood Program and Measuring the Results
                    download ebook            

Become a Double Duty Dad™

DDD_200x200There are 24 million children in America living in father-absent homes. As an experienced dad, you can step into the life of just one of these children to make a huge difference.

Just by looking in your own neighborhood or family, you can find a child in need of a father's guidance. You can be a Double Duty Dad™.

New Call-to-Action

Share This Page