VISION (Mission Statement)
To encourage, promote and support mothers and fathers being
fully involved in their children’s growth and development.
To assist and educate each other to become the best possible
parents/parental figures we can be.
To be socially conscious, help others in need and give back
to the communities, we live in when possible.
-That every child has a right to have equal access to both parents regardless of the relationship status between the parents.
-That every fit parent has a right to be equally involved in their
children’s lives whenever possible.
-Those children who have strong, healthy relationships with both parents excel in all aspects of life.
-That an active, positive relationship between parents and
children not only benefit the family but the entire community.
-That shared custody should be implemented and become the
standard in all child custody matters when two fit and
willing parents are involved.
-To raise awareness that fathers can be just as loving, nurturing
and providing as mothers.
-To raise awareness that fathers should be viewed by today’s
society as a parent, not a babysitter or part-time parent.
-To raise awareness to fathers of the important role they
play in the healthy development of their child’s life.
-To raise awareness of a community need for education for
fathers to assist them with being a successful parent.
-To form a strong support network for mothers and fathers
to have access to and draw from when needed.
-To celebrate fatherhood by developing and partaking in
community charitable events for all families.
How did we come about?
Long gone is the stereotype that dad goes to work and mom
stays home to raise the children.
The household, workplace and parenting roles today for mothers and fathers have drastically changed. Both parents
usually, desire to work outside the home and both desire to
assist in raising the kids.
Regardless of the relationship status of the parents,a strong
co-parenting(#SHARENTING) is highly recommended
for the benefit of all family members involved.
A community need to address and educate families,