The first Heartlines Fathers Matter Conference took place in October 2023 at the Good News Convention Center in Muldersdrift. People from different walks of life came together to discuss and unpack what it means for men to be actively and positively present in children's lives.
Watch the Fathers Matter Ambassadors Conference video
If you are looking for support in your fatherhood journey, you can sign up for our Fathers Matter WhatsApp Coach.
If you are interested in sharing and creating spaces for connection with other men, why not check out our Connect Group resources that have small group outlines to help facilitate important conversations about fatherhood.
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