Key Campaigns and Initiatives (explore the following link to learn more about our projects)
Help Build Toronto’s First Shelter for Male Victims of Domestic Violence When Glen’s wife stabbed him with a knife and threatened to kill him Glen called for help, but nobody believed him and Glen was left homeless. Will you be a part of an historic campaign to open Toronto’s first family shelter for male victims and their children? We have a sponsor who will double every donation we receive but only until December 31st, 2017! Don’t miss this opportunity. Click here to learn more
Healthy Fathers = Health Families. Introducing Our Annual Celebration Both scholarly research and the lived experiences of our clients agree. Healthy and involved fathers make for healthy and strong children and families. A new annual series of events will unite Men’s Health Awareness Week and Fathers Day! Click here to learn more
Odyssey for Equality Arrives in Ontario and Quebec: “This is a difficult time to be a boy growing up.” – Dr. James Brown, CAFE President. Dr. Brown is the author of Rescuing Our Underachieving Boys, and several other publications dealing with how parents, the education system and society in general can help to deal with the crisis faced by men and boys in the current climate in society. Let’s do a better job at educating our boys. Click here to learn more
Parental Alienation and Fatherlessness: Our advisor Brian Ludmer, a prominent family law lawyer, has prepared a variety of resources and designed a blog on parental alienation. Brian was one of the drafters of Canada’s proposed equal shared parenting amendment, Bill C-560. Click here for more information.
Media Bias: A Study on Gender-Specific Approaches to Reported Violent Acts
Media Bias: A Study on Gender-Specific Approaches to Reported Violent Acts Authored by Jeiny Ruiz and Angel E. Alvarez Click here for the full Report Introduction Inspired by 1990’s Adam Jones ́article The Globe and Male, we decided to expand the initiative of analyzing media attention to the ̈physical suffering and institutionalized victimization of women
Touching Videos from our Fathers Day Picnic + A Photo Report from Healthy Families Week
2019 Healthy Fathers. Healthy Families Week A Photo and Video Report Earlier this week we reported on our Charger Foundation Golf Tournament Fundraiser. Now we’re excited to share photo highlights and touching videos from the rest of our 2019 Healthy Fathers. Healthy Families Week. Make a charitable contribution and support these unique programs. Fathers Day
Report on the 2019 Charger Foundation Golf Tournament Fundraiser
We just completed our third annual Healthy Fathers. Healthy Families Week and it was far and away the most successful to date. Every year we combine Men’s Health Week and Fathers Day to celebrate fatherhood, highlight the importance of father involvement in the lives of healthy children and families, and promote our programs and services.
Newly Revealed Statistics Canada Data Shows Significant Male Domestic Violence Victims
CAFE is reporting on a new publication which is challenging conventional wisdom on domestic violence in several significant ways. Our press release and full public statement are provided below. MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Male Victims of Domestic Violence Suffer Severe Effects, Canadian Study Reports TORONTO, ON – (April 15, 2019) Three Canadian
Inspiring Stories from our Fathering After Separation or Divorce Facilitators The first story occurred recently when a father was talking about his 5 year old son with Autism. He was mentioning some of the hardships he faces, such as other kids teasing his son. For example, when his son gets excited or scared he shakes