Fathers in Education Day - May 14, 2014

Join Fathers all over the
State of Florida on May 14,2014
for Fathers in Education Day

As part of the Fathers in Action & Advocacy Week May 12-16, 2014

A National Movement to Promote Fathers' Involvement in the Schools
For more information, call 305-812-4000.

To celebrate Fathers as Educators, Senator Dwight Bullard and the Fatherhood Task Force have partnered to present a State Resolution that designates May 14, 2014 as Fathers in Education Day and May 12-16, 2014 as Fathers in Action & Advocacy Week. During that week, fathers will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of ways to show their support for children’s education and their communities.


The Fatherhood Task Force is reaching out to community businesses and organizations to actively engage and support the May 14, 2014 Fathers in Education Day and other FTFSF Projects by becoming a contributor. To get involved or for more information contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 305-812-4000.
Your tax deductible contribution can be made out to:

Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida
7800 Red Road Suite 211
Miami, FL 33143

Your donation will help The Fatherhood Task Force create a bright future for children, fathers and families in the state of Florida.

Fatherhood Reading Squad

Leaders for Readers in Neighborhood Schools

The Fatherhood Task Force values fathers as educators.
A father's role as an educator takes learning to another height. Be a role model for children to learn, read, explore, think and imagine. They will soar. Fathers are an important resource for the success of children. Their presence, support and interaction leads to significant positive changes in their academic and social future.

Inquire about the Fatherhood Reading Squad: Leaders for Readers program and volunteer your time to read or tell stories in your child's school.

FTFSF Wins Innovation "ALL STARS" Award of Miami-Dade's Non-Profit Community from Switchboard!

Switchboard salutes the "ALL STARS" of Miami-Dade's Non-Profit Community, October 2013

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the groundbreaking work of the Fatherhood Task Force of South Florida.
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About Us

The Fatherhood Task Force's mission is to facilitate the involvement of fathers and father figures in the lives of children. We value the importance of fathers’ engagement with children from before they are born through adulthood. and work toward helping them to have closer and more productive relationships.

  • 10% of fathers experience post-partum depression and need support to connect with their new baby. (Journal of the American Medical Assocation)
  • When non-custodial fathers are highly involved with their child's learning, the children are more likely to get A's at all grade levels - U.S. Dept. of Education, 1997
  • Children can learn how to deal with higly charged emotions in the context of playing with their fathers.(Father facts from the National Fatherhood Initiative - NFI)
  • Sustained contact with their father is the strongest predictor of a son's self esteem, while the most important single factor for daughters is affection from their fathers. (NFI)
  • Father love is a better predictor than mother love for certain outcomes including absence of delinquency and conduct problems, absence of substance abuse, overall mental health, and well being. (NFI)

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