Fatherhood centre in Singapore

16 February 2007

Singapore’s Centre for Fathering was founded by three young fathers who share a deep conviction that fathering involvement makes a difference in the development of their children.

This conviction led them to set up a non-profit charitable company to pursue their vision of turning the hearts of children towards their fathers by inspiring fathers to be more involved with their children.

The three childhood friends (Raymond Koh, Wong Suen Kwong and Edwin Choy) have already created much public awareness on the importance of fathering involvement in children’s lives, and the Centre for Fathering now runs pioneering personal, corporate and adventure-based ‘family life education’ programmes; as well as publishing a regular newsletter, Fathering Matters. To find out more, and to subscribe to the newsletter, visit the Centre for Fathering website.

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