Celebrate fatherhood with Me and My Dad

8 May 2009
  • Exciting new online project looks at dads and the unique contribution they make to their children’s lives
  • Browse pictures and upload your own at www.MeandMyDad.org.uk

Families Need Fathers, as part of National Family Week, are delighted to introduce www.MeandMyDad.org.uk, an online gallery celebrating the role fathers play in enriching their children’s lives.

Dads are encouraged to submit photos of themselves with their children enjoying activities and special moments together, which are then collected and catalogued for visitors to the site to explore. This interactive and innovative resource is intended to demonstrate the importance of father-child relationships and explore the fun activities children and their dads do together.

Jon Davies, CEO of Families Need Fathers says “We are delighted to launch this fun and entertaining project which celebrates the special role dads play in their children’s life. We are asking all dads to submit photos to the website, whether it is building sandcastles on the beach with their child or playing games in the park. All photos contribute and provide confirmation of dad’s important role”

To find out more, please visit http://www.meandmydad.org.uk or e-mail Becky Sibert

For more on National Family Week please visit http://www.nationalfamilyweek.co.uk 

Families Need Fathers (FNF) is a registered charity providing information and support on shared parenting issues arising from family breakdown, and support to divorced and separated parents, irrespective of gender or marital status. Our primary concern is the maintenance of the child’s relationship with both parents. Founded in 1974, FNF helps thousands of parents every year.

For comment, case studies or information please contact:

Nick Barnard, Director of Communications 07979 206 384
Jon Davies, FNF CEO 07976 935 986
Becky Sibert, Policy & Information Officer 020 7613 5060
John Baker, FNF Trustee 07881 644 917 
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