Dance :60 | Fatherhood Involvement | Ad Council

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Dads, show us your moves and #DanceLikeaDad with your child!
About 1 out of every 2 working dads (48%) say they spend too little time with their kids and want to do a better job at parenting. To inspire and support fathers everywhere, The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), along with the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, and Ad Council have launched a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs), showcasing dads and their kids sharing a moment and dancing together. The campaign tagline “Make a moment. Dance Like a Dad” is part of an ongoing effort to encourage dads to play an active role in their children’s lives.
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Having an involved father significantly contributes to happier and healthier children, and this is true whether a father lives with his child or not. The Fatherhood Involvement campaign inspires and supports men in their commitment to responsible fatherhood. The PSAs communicate to fathers that their presence is essential to their children's well-being. The campaign also serves as a resource for fathers by providing the information they need to become more involved with their kids at Fatherhood.gov. Click here to learn more:
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