The 'Gee Dads' Fathering Project

 

"Things happen in life, like difficulties with work or finances, the breakdown of a relationship, overwhelming family responsibilities, or a significant setback. These challenges can take a serious toll on your mental health, if left unchecked. Many men tough it out and struggle alone.

Establishing and maintaining relationships, talking about the hard stuff in life and taking action when times are tough are proven ways for men stay mentally healthy and cope with the stress of everyday life". (Source: Movember Australia)


MAYEIGHT!! is a perfect opportunity to catch up with a mate, even just sending someone a short message to simply "check in".


The 'Gee Dads' would also like Caralee dads/father figures to save-a-date and book some time with your kids and a growing band of fellows who understand the importance of catching up, which helps to improve self-esteem and also benefits mental health and relationships.  


Sunday, 10th June of June

3pm to 5pm

10 Pin Bowling Comp!


(more details to follow)

  

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Champion DadsLast year, our Champion Dads of Caralee (renamed the “Gee Dads”) formed a group and commenced a program of activities with fellow male parents and father figures within school.

 

More information regarding the program, how it can help you, your child, our school and the wider community, will be appear here regularly.

 

Want to know more about The Fathering Project and receive weekly tips? Visit thefatheringproject.org. 

The Fathering Project