Friday, March 29, 2019

Three Ways to Get Involved with the National Center for Fathering

A senior account executive, Matthew Musheno has worked at Johnson Controls since 1999. During his time with the company he has received numerous awards for his accomplishments, including the Masters of Sales Excellence Award for 13 consecutive years. Beyond his professional responsibilities, Matthew Musheno is a loving father and counts the National Center for Fathering among the organizations he supports.

A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, the National Center for Fathering (NCF) was founded in 1990, when it was created to address the economic and social impact of fatherlessness in the United States. Today, it helps children by supporting fatherhood through free parenting materials, training for fathers, and local affiliate groups around the country. Here are three easy ways to get involved with NCF.

1. Help to train other fathers in the local community by joining the Train the Trainer program on

2. Hold a live event or small-group initiative at a church or other community organization with assistance from NCF.

3. Support NCF's online presence by regularly engaging with its social media platforms, including its Facebook, Youtube, and Twitter accounts.