Taking Action For Dads in 2011

Can you help us take action to help every dad in Brighton & Hove be a great dad in 2011?

As part of ongoing campaign to give more the opportunity to volunteer this year – and support any man or woman who wants to take action for men and boys too – we are launching are Dads Action Team in March.

So now we are looking to build a great team of volunteers dedicated to supporting dads in Brighton & Hove and help us develop a variety of projects including:

* Our popular Dads’ Groups

* Weekend activities for dads and lads (and daughters on demand)

* Support for separating dads

* A young fathers project

* The Best Fathers’ Day Ever!! (we don’t know what it is yet???)

* Fathers’ Story Week (June 2011)

The first project for our new Dads Team will be to help create an Easter Dads Day extravaganza in April

If any of this inspires you to take action and help men and boys in Brighton & Hove this year then come and join our campaign team by:

Emailing glen@glenpoole.com now or calling Glen on 07981 334222

The first meeting of The Men’s Network Dads Action Team takes place Tuesday 1st March (5pm – 7pm)

We welcome expressions of interest for two key communities:

Our community of identity – MEN & BOYS (and particularly dads)

And our community of interest – anyone interested in working for MEN & BOYS

So if you are a member of one of these communities and you want to join our Dads ActionTeam today then:

Email us now at: glen@glenpoole.com today or call Glen on 07981 334222

 

 

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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