Dollars for Dads – Father’s Day Sweepstakes helps Dads in Need

In the month of August, spend $20 at participating retailers and have a chance to win one of four $250 Springett’s Visa Gift Cards – and just in time for Father’s Day!


To make this even better,  for each entry Springett’s Arcade will donate $2 to Dads4Kids, a harm prevention charity committed to excellence in fathering.


According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 870,000 children, around 1 in 6, live without their biological father at home. The data shows that fatherlessness contributes to nearly all the social issues facing our nation today. The statistics are grim, but there is hope.


Since 2002, Dads4Kids has worked tirelessly to turn the tide of fatherlessness. Each year, they reach millions of people with messages of excellence in fathering through our Community Service Announcements on TV, Social Media, Radio, and Print Media. Since Father’s Day 2002, the weekly Dads4Kids email newsletter has reached tens of thousands of men, making it the longest-running weekly fatherhood email newsletter in the world.


Dads4Kids has hosted hundreds of fatherhood success seminars, conferences and national summits, developed the online Courageous Fathering Course, and the high-level Good to Great Fathering Course. Dads4Kids has campaigned against child sexual abuse, and in 2008 we helped pioneer a National Men’s Health Policy in government. Through their efforts, the lives of more than 2,500 men have been saved.

Learn more: www.dads4kids.org.au



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