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  • Celebrating Fathers

    Celebrating Fathers 2021

    Being an involved father is certainly not an easy task today, because a father plays many roles in the lives of his children and family. These roles comprise provider, protector, playmate, comforter, cheerleader, counsellor and coach. Highlighting the "Roles of a Father" during this season, Celebrating Fathers 2021 encourages Mums and children to appreciate Dads as they juggle multiple roles, so as to be the best for their families.



    Celebrate Father's Day and spend some family time together with your dad. Register now and get a Celebrating Father's Family Pack! (limited to 2000 packs).

      

      


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  • Let's Celebrate Father's Day

    Fathers, like mothers, are important pillars of support in the family. They shower the family with love and care, and provide emotional and physical support to their wives and children in times of need.

    This Father’s Day, let us celebrate the many roles that our fathers play in our lives, and the special moments we share with them. Let us show our love and gratitude for their unconditional support, by honouring them through our words of appreciation and spending quality time with them.




    'Roles of a Father' Online Contest

    This Father’s Day, honour and show your appreciation to your Dad for his selfless sacrifices and dedication to the family. Fathers, like mothers, are essential pillars of strength, support and guidance in the family.

    Share with us the role your Dad plays in your life! Is he the protector of the family, ready to defend you on any occasion? Or is he your cheerleader, cheering ever so loudly during your sports meet?

    All you need to do is to leave a comment on our Facebook contest post with a photo of you and your dad, along with a caption to describe the role of your Dad in the family! You might be one of the 10 lucky winners to walk away with $20 worth of Families for Life Limited Edition NETS FlashPay Card Set.

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  • Events and Workshops

    Join us for an exciting line-up of online activities and workshops this month! Together with your dad, take part in the father-child bonding games and fun.




    'Roles of a Father' Online Contest

    This Father’s Day, honour and show your appreciation to your Dad for his selfless sacrifices and dedication to the family. Fathers, like mothers, are essential pillars of strength, support and guidance in the family.

    Share with us the role your Dad plays in your life! Is he the protector of the family, ready to defend you on any occasion? Or is he your cheerleader, cheering ever so loudly during your sports meet?

    All you need to do is to leave a comment on our Facebook contest post with a photo of you and your dad, along with a caption to describe the role of your Dad in the family! You might be one of the 10 lucky winners to walk away with $20 worth of Families for Life Limited Edition NETS FlashPay Card Set.

    Terms and Conditions apply.



      

    #AskFFL Father’s Day Special

    Date: 20 Jun, Sunday
    Time: 12.10pm – 1pm

    Tune in to CNA938 radio station on 20 Jun at 12.10pm for #AskFFL Father’s Day special programme. FFL Council member, Dr Mathew Mathews, will be sharing about his marriage and parenthood journey, importance of active fathering, and his aspirations for young couples in Singapore.

      




      

    Celebrating Fathers 2021

    Being an involved father is certainly not an easy task today, because a father plays many roles in the lives of his children and family. These roles comprise provider, protector, playmate, comforter, cheerleader, counsellor and coach. Highlighting the "Roles of a Father" during this COVID-19 season, Celebrating Fathers 2021 encourages Mums and children to appreciate Dads as they juggle multiple roles, so as to be the best for their families.

    Celebrate Father's Day and spend some family time together with your dad. Register now and get a Celebrating Father's Family Pack! (limited to 2000 packs).

      

      




      

    #ToDadWithLove Online Talks

    Date: 12 – 27 Jun
    Time: Various Timings

    What does it mean to be a father? Join us on our SAFRA Clubs Facebook pages for a series of six exclusive live-stream talk shows on a range of topics dedicated to our Dads. Each session duration is about 15 to 20 mins.

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    Families for Life 365 Parenting Seminars

    Date: 12 – 26 Jun (3 sessions)
    Time: 5pm – 7pm

    Join us for the Triple P’s Parenting Seminars and be provided with an introduction to the principles of positive parenting and tips that will help with your parenthood journey!

    The Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P) is an evidence-based programme that equips parents with techniques to promote their children’s (aged up to 16 years) psychological, social and emotional competence. Triple P is built on a tiered system that provides different degrees of parental support.

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  • Relevant Articles

    ”Another tie…?” is a common lament heard in June every year. While elaborate and practical gifts are nice gestures for Father’s Day, the greatest gift of all is expressing your love and appreciation for him. Keep scrolling to learn more about the important roles fathers play in our lives, and for interesting articles as well as tips on how to celebrate the occasion meaningfully at home



      

      

      

      

      

      


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