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The Fathers Across Cultures Program Aims to serve a Two-Fold Purpose:

1. To build a generation of enlightened, emotionally intelligent mentors, and “would-be ” fathers, by providing them with the tools and resources to empower themselves, enhance their natural abilities as leaders, and take their rightful place as role models within the family and community.

2. To help raise individual and public awareness on the importance of increasing the number of young people who enter into a mentoring relationship. This will be done through a framework of striving for academic and personal excellence, compassionate support, and empowerment through mentorship.


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Fathers Across Cultures

Honouring: Fathers, Mentors and Fathers-to-be at the our annual "Celebrating Fatherhood" dinner and show

Fathers Across Cultures - Press Release

This family event will recognize fathers, mentors and young men for the high value and level of importance
they bring to the family system. It will highlight the contributions of men in our community who emulate
consistent leadership qualities in conjunction with our “Father of the Year” honouree.

Join us on On Saturday, June 20th, 2015, “Celebrating Fatherhood” Dinner and show, to honour fathers, mentors and fathers-to-be.

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FREE Volunteer Rally

Our 2011 Fathers' Celebration

Our third Annual Fathers' Celebration - Dinner & Show Fundraiser made the news!
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Our symposium: 'Family Jubilee' was a great success!

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Thanks all those whose generous contributions of time and resources made the Jubilee a great success. Special thanks to:

Sick Kids Hospital & The Canadian Pediatric Society "Speak, Read, Sing" Literacy Program contributed a Literacy Booth, providing Free Books & Giveaways for kids and families.

Greg Lovering Scott Funeral Home - Weston Rd. Chapel for his generous support.

David Milligan facilitated our blog workshop. A former CBC producer/writer & broadcast professional, David has created a wonderful & witty blog entry about the workshop on his blog gottausewords.com