We give young African American fathers – ages 17 to 24 – the skills and support they need to be better fathers for their children and better men in their communities.
We believe in the power of being present.
We believe in owning up to the responsibilities of fatherhood — both emotional and economic.
We believe in the positive impact young fathers can have not only on the children they help raise, but on generations of children to come.
We believe in providing young fathers with a deeper understanding of felony street law to ensure those relationships remain unbroken.