Young dads project wins first Dads Included Award

11 November 2010
Tim Loughton, Rob Williams and the St Martin's Fellowship team

Tim Loughton and Rob Williams present the DI award to the St Michael's Fellowship team

St Michael’s Fellowship, a south London charity which empowers young fathers through a range of activities including film-making and market gardening, is the winner of the first ever Dads Included Award – announced today.

The Dads Included Award recognises projects which work hard to forge empowering partnerships with fathers. The winners will receive a £500 cheque from Minister for Children and Families Tim Loughton at today’s Fatherhood Institute national conference, Engaging Fathers as Partners, in central London.

Two other projects received commendations: Safe Ground, an arts-based educational organisation which works with male prisoners and their families through its family relationship and parenting programmes, Family Man and Fathers Inside; and PROFF (Promoting the Role of Father Figures), a male carers’ group in South Lanarkshire.

We will be featuring more information about the winner and commended projects in the coming weeks.

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