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Sponsors & Friends

Thank You!

Thanks to the following organisations and business for their help in producing the Fathers in Families Document for their kind sponsorship:
BCH Printing, Wollongong, NSW, Alexander Moir & Co Pty Ltd, Erskineville, NSW, Cover-All Roofing, Berkeley, NSW, Harback Joinery, Hobart, TAS, GA & PL Jasper, Moama, NSW, Woodenboy Graphics, Wollongong, NSW, Bicycling Australia, Family Life International, Family Training Institute and Men of Integrity.

Thanks to the following organisations and business for their help in producing the Sexual Integrity Forum, DVD and Booklet:
Punch Productions, Australian Heart Productions, Nathaniel and Jodi Marsh, Australian Family Association, Australian Family Association (ACT Branch), Australian Federation for the Family, Bicycling Australia, Dalsteel Stainless, In My Fathers House, Advocacy and Relief for Children Association Inc, Brooks Buildings Pty Ltd, Family Council of Queensland, Focus on the Family, Ian and Wanda Taylor, Life Centres Wollongong, National Civic Council, One Heart for the Nation, Respect for Women, Silent No Longer, Festival of Light, Choicez.com.au, EMU (NSW), Families for Life, Living Waters Ministries, Mary-Louise Fowler, Men of Integrity, NACL, Sydney Community Church, National Marriage Coalition, Catholic Women’s League Australia, Celebrate Love, Endeavour Forum, Ministry to Men Australia, Oz Family, Straight Talk, Trophy of Grace, Australian Christian Lobby, Pure Desire Australia, Rise Up, Life Ministries WA, NRG Youth, YWAM, Breakthru Options, Australian Christian Academy, Majura Medial Centre, IIF for World Peace, Goulburn Catholic Church, Social Impact Regional Group, Goulburn Valley Community Action Against Porn and many others too numerous to name.

Thanks to the following people for their dadication to making the Fathers Online Newsletter available each week since 2002: Ron Hellyer for his faithful editing of the Fathers Online newsletter, and Neil Porter for his assistance, we sincerly appreciate all the countless hours you have put in to making the newsletter an inspiring read each week.

Thank you to the following fathers groups:

‘Lone Fathers’ was established in 1973 by Barry Williams. Lone Fathers Association (Australia) Incorporated is a national peak body with a national network of branches. The organisation joins with other groups in promoting the status of family, maintaining family values as a priority in community welfare programs and promoting family as the foundational building block in our society. Lone Fathers is devoted to serving the fathers, mothers and children of Australia as a welfare and educational charitable organisation.
Lone Fathers Association
PO Box 492, Canberra ACT 2600
Ph: 02 6258 4216, Fax: 02 6259 2947
Email: president@lonefathers.com.au
Website: www.lonefathers.com.au

‘dads in distress’ was started in 2000 by Tony Miller, the father of three children. Since its inception dads in distress has helped thousands of fathers and saved many lives. dads in distress have recently opened a Men’s Survival Centre in Coffs Harbour and are working towards opening similar centres all over Australia. The goal of dads in distress is to be a support group for men and to help stem the present trend of male suicide due to the trauma of divorce or separation.
dads in distress Inc
PO Box J395, Coffs Harbour Jetty NSW 2450
Ph: 1300 853 437
Email: dids@nor.com.au
Website: www.dadsindistress.asn.au

Many thanks to those organisations and individuals who have supported the cause of the Fatherhood Foundation over the years to encourage and inspire Fathers.


Become A Sponsor or Partner of the Fatherhood Foundation

The Fatherhood Foundation believes that life is about relationships. That’s what being a good father is all about, developing close relationships with your loved ones. We gratefully accept one off gifts or offers of regular support. The Fatherhood Foundation is a fully tax deductible Harm Prevention Charity. Our goal is to develop long term friendships with those who give. Our preference is for regular giving partnerships. Giving partners are really another name for long term regular supporters who are friends of the Fatherhood Foundation and want to make a difference in Australia by helping Australian fathers become the best in the world. Regular giving helps us plan our budget and enables us to do more to help fathers and families. We plan our life and our time. It is also important to plan our giving. Many people who support the Fatherhood Foundation give us $20 per month. Others are able to give large annual donations of $12,000 or more. Other companies are able to sponsor our TV shows or give goods in kind. Whether large or small your partnership is important to the team at the Fatherhood Foundation and your gift will ultimately help the children of Australia. Your Tax Deductible gift will help us prevent the harm caused by fatherlessness and change Australia for the better, one father at a time.

Fatherhood Foundation
Sponsorships & Partnerships

1. Major Sponsor - annual agreed amount

2. TV Sponsor - naming rights sponsorship

3. Gold Partner - $12,000 pa or $1,000 per mth

4. Silver Partner - $6,000 pa or $500 per mth

5. Bronze Partner - $3,000 pa or $250 per mth

6. Excellence in Fathering Partner - $1,200 pa or $100 per mth

7. Fatherhood Partner - $ 240 pa or $20 per mth



The Fatherhood Foundation is a Harm Prevention Charity listed under Subdivision 30_EA of the Australian Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 with Tax Deductible Status (DGR) for donations. Please contact us on 61-2-4272 6677 or email for more details – support@dads4kids.org.au

If you would like to give a one off gift, arrange a sponsorship or become a partner, please contact the Fatherhood Foundation today.


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The Fatherhood Foundation is a Harm Prevention Charity listed under Subdivision 30_EA of the Australian Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 with Tax Deductible Status (DGR) for donations.