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Men Empowering Men
West Garfield Park Youth Council and Alderman Jason Ervin of the 28th Ward join together at our Community Empowerment and Healing event.
This was truly a day to remember. The community was out in large numbers to witness Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Youth Council, present one of their many Bridging the Inter-generational Gap activities to promote a safe and drug-free community.
Fathers Who Care's focus has been to advocate on behalf of fathers in the areas of Responsible Fatherhood Involvement, Healthy relationships, Father's Rights, Re-entry Opportunities, Men's Health and Wellness and Youth Leadership and Development. For additional information, please contact us at 773-287-5821.
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For more than 20 years, Fathers Who Care has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can contribute to the future of someone in need through donations of money and/or time. .
those in need
an end to Poverty, Drug-Abuse and Violence
Fathers Who Care
Rev. Walter Jones
Founder and Executive Director
Locally and nationally, Fathers Who Care is a vocal advocate for the Youth, Seniors and for those who willing to Work together for Social Change and Responsible Fatherhood Involvement. We travel to every corner of the community to help children and families in need. We are committed to Empowering Our Communities.
Fathers Who Care is the Proud Fiscal Agent for the West Garfield Community Stakeholders, a strong and passionate groups of community sector partner, that is committed to Bridging the Inter-generational Gaps, between Young People and Mature Adults, while Creating and Promoting A Safe and Drug-Free Community. We have meetings every second Wednesday of the Month at 6:00 pm at 4540 West Washington, Blvd.