How to support the Father’s Group?
The Father’s Group (TFG) is still a fledgling organization and we rely upon the generosity of individuals, business, and organizations to help us grow. TFG is a 501(c)3 organization so donations are tax-deductible. There are four ways you can support us, using one of the buttons below. Please consider supporting us by using one of the many support options below. If you prefer to make a direct donation or support a project that you see, please contact using one of the buttons below. Join our email list and receive updates for upcoming events and activities.
Become a supporter by making an online donation at Paypal.
Contact us direct via email to make a direct donation.
Contact us direct via email to support a project.
Stay informed for upcoming events and activites.
In order to carry out our ambitious agenda, The Father’s Group needs support from the community. If you can provide (or can help us identify someone else who can provide) the following items and resources that would be extremely helpful and allow us to reach more people:
- Facility for our afterschool program
- Volunteers to serve in specific roles for TFG (treasurer, social media publicist, accounting, fundraising, supporter recruitment and support, etc.)
- Volunteers to lead classes or presentations during or after school
- Support for field trips (vans or access to vans/bus)
- Equipment and supplies for TFG programs (e.g. computers, athletic equipment, games)
- Culturally appropriate books and articles
Partners and Supporters
A Big Thank You to the following organizations, businesses and individuals who have provided and/or are providing funding, in-kind services and volunteer time to The Father’s Group!
Awarded several grants and accepted us as part of the Black Student Success Network (BSSN)
Co-sponsored the John Lewis film, “Good Trouble” and donated ticket sales and services to TFG
Allow us to meet/network with similar organizations around the state
Allyship in Action
Donated for diversity projects
Partnering on the development of an afterschool program
Provided space for regular meetings and events
Served as fiscal agent on several grants before TFG received 501(c)3 status