Every child deserves a NURTURING FATHER. a cultural based 8 week training course designed to teach parenting and nurturing skills to men. Each 2 hour class provides cultural skills, for healthy family relationships and child development. Make the first step and sign up.

Why Fatherhood

Global Fatherhood Foundation works to increase father involvement by equipping communities and our partner human service organizations with the father engagement training, programs, and resources they need to be father inclusive.

Since 2021 we have re-imagined our mission to include diversity to health and vaccine equity, career, and workforce readiness, rent assistance, and community housing stability; our target participants are below the 150-200% federal Poverty guideline. We work with both local, and global partners

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Message from the Founder

Sam Mwangi

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Are you a fatherhood doer?

Then stand out TODAY.

Let us point this out. A fatherhood doer is dynamic and works hard to support their family and spend time together. A fatherhood-doer is devoted to much greater power and adds value to the community. Most fatherhood-doers don’t get recognized by the community.

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State Programs

New State Program

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Home Plan Program

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Pathway to Parentshood

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Brooklyn Park Projects

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What Is Your Purpose as a Father?

Do you know new studies suggest that having a sense of purpose makes dads healthier, happier, and more robust in the face of challenges we’re all facing?

Sooner or later, our kids will make us suffer. When they’re babies, their crying keeps us up at night. Later, their teenage shenanigans might rob us of more sleep. Some of us stay at jobs we hate so that our kids will never have to wonder where their next meal will come from. We can battle with our co-parents over housework and discipline, testing love we might have once thought would last forever.

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The evolution of purpose

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The chances are good that your purpose differs from those held by your father and grandfathers. Scholars say that fathers of previous generations saw their purpose as financially supporting their families and providing discipline to their children. Some saw themselves as leaders and role models for their families, especially regarding religious instruction. Inherent in these missions is a sense of authority, which could sometimes become authoritarianism— “the enforcement of strict obedience to authority at the expense of personal freedom,” as the dictionary says.

As a group, today’s fathers see their role somewhat differently.

What does this have to do with purpose? As women made more money, men’s participation at home started

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we call to action for individuals to become active participants in the mission and work of the foundation This could include volunteering, participating in events and fundraisers, or becoming a regular donor. By staying involved, individuals can have a direct and meaningful impact on the foundation’s work and the communities it serves.

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