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Welcome to Dads House

Dads House set up in 2008 to help single dads in the practicalities of looking after their children on their own...

There are over 2 million non resident dads in the UK and over 200,000 looking after children on their own. In London there are 20,000 dads who are the main carers for their children.

Donations

Dads House is in constant need of funding to keep going, all donations big or small are gratefully received, if you'd like to get involved please get in touch.

 

 

Donations via paypal please: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Thank you.

 

Billy.

 

Help

Dads House is here to help. Dont be afraid to ask, we've probably been there and someone has helped us. Dads House has already helped many single Dads as well as their children over the last 6 years in a whole variety of ways. We are passionate and tenacious about enabling change and improving peoples potential.  Get in touch via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. call 07765183504 or get leave us a message via the contact form here >

If you would like to help Dads House then again please get in touch via the details above.

Thank you.

Billy :-)

"Dads House offers dads a fantastic way to relax with the 5 a side football for dads and I love playing when I am in the UK"
Chris Shiflett, Foo Fighters

Latest News...

Written submission to House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee Inquiry on “Fathers and the Workplace”

We are submitting this evidence to this Inquiry, as we hear from and help a great deal of fathers who are either struggling to be recognised as ‘hands on’ fathers in the workplace – or as will be clear from this particular submission – are completely denied the opportunity, and thus enter unemployment reluctantly.

The issues, we believe, are a mixture of employers failing to recognise a shift in the structure of families in the modern age, as well as significant prejudice and discrimination towards fathers, who want to break away from the traditional stereotype of fathers and the workplace....

Read the full paper (PDF opens in a new window)

Events...

We are walking with the Lord Chief Justice and thousands of lawyers to raise funds for the London Legal Support Trust which funds Law Centres and pro bono agencies in and around London. Dads House is going to be walking in aid of Dads House and aiming to raise £5000 to support singles dads.

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