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NCF Announces the Launch of Its New Website and Logo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (June 27, 2014) – The National Center for Fathering (NCF) is excited to announce the launch of its fully revised and redesigned website and logo.
NCF understands that time is precious for most dads. Because of this, the organization redesigned its website with the goal of providing easily accessible tools and resources for dads and father figures. The plan was to make it significantly easier to be engaged and involved in children’s lives.
The new site offers a number of user-friendly features, including responsive design (meaning it is mobile-friendly and will conveniently work on any device). The site also has a new Resource Center, which offers ideas and tips for specific parenting and mentoring situations. Additionally, dads can take NCF’s unique Fathering Profile to gain insights about their personal fathering style and ways to improve for their kids.
Alongside the launch of this new website, NCF has also introduced a completely new logo, demonstrating strength, protection, family and many other values vital for NCF’s mission. After seven years with the previous mark, the new logo is designed to better reflect the important role of “Dad” in a child’s life.
There is no easy-button to being a great dad. If there were, fatherlessness wouldn’t be an epidemic-level crisis in America. But, with its recent improvements and upgrades, NCF is working to show fathers that being a good dad can be simple, and with a little help, it can even fit into a busy schedule.
To learn more about NCF and to see the new website and logo, visit

The National Center for Fathering ( is a leading national nonprofit organization, with widely-implemented programming such as WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students), a one-of-a-kind school based father involvement program that works to support education and safety. NCF also offers innovative tools and resources that inspire and equip fathers to be more involved with their children to give each child a better future and to create a positive fathering legacy.
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Chelsea Mudd