Supporting Year of the Dad, Scottish Government.

Year of the Dad, to enspire organisations to engage, support and empower men both as employees and service users, to be the best fathers they can be!Year of the Dad Objectives.

Engage with a wide range of organisations to make visable their commitment to acknowlege and support the needs of fathers.

Mobilise early-adopters as high profile champions of the campaign.

Garner a substantial increase in the numbers of geographical reach of organisations within our fathers network in Scotland.

Develop a range of working tools that guide organisations to achieve their goals and their pledge.

Gather success stories on the impact of the pledgehas on father friendly practices within organisations.

Year of the Dad Outputs.

A schedule of events to launch the pledge.

A wide range of organisations that declare their commitment.

Delivery of a website that;

Gathers information through online pledge making.

Captures organisations progress on the said pledge using an improvement framework tool kit.

Publishes best practice, success stories and testimonies of users.

Schedule of events celebrating the achivements of pledge organisations.

Delivery of a CRM Database of organisations.

Year of the Dad Outcomes

Organisations understand fully the snificant and tangible economic benefits of engaging men as fathers.

Men become more confident in speaking up anout their needs as fathers within organisations.

Fathers are seen as assets both within businesses and service providers.

Fathers feel positively about engaging with and using with other service providers.

More information to follow soon, so please check this page weekly.

Dads Care is fully committed to this pledge and are committe members within the Scottish National Fathers Burea (NFAB) and members of the Fathers Network Scotland (FNS).

Dadscare wishes to send their best wishes to David Drysdale the founder of this pledge who is unwell at this time and dadscare wishes him a speedy recovery.