AFA Insurance

AFA Insurance, is proud to announce its partnership with The Fathering Project to sponsor The Australian Fathering Awards. The partnership will celebrate and honour the vital role of fathers in promoting the wellbeing and development of children in Australia.

The Fathering Project is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to empower fathers and father figures to positively impact the lives of their children by engaging and equipping them with programs, resources and support. AFA Insurance shares similar values with The Fathering Project and is excited to partner with the organisation in promoting the importance of fatherhood.

David Porter, CEO of AFA Insurance, commented on the partnership,

“We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with The Fathering Project in celebrating the importance of fathers across Australia. As a second-generation family-owned business, we deeply understand the profound significance of family values and recognise the pivotal role that fathers play in shaping the wellbeing of children and the whole family unit.

We are proud to support The Fathering Project’s outstanding efforts to empower fathers and positively impact children’s lives. It is an honour to be part of this worthy cause, and we cannot wait to make a meaningful difference in the community together.”

The Australian Fathering Awards is an initiative by The Fathering Project that recognises and honours fathers who have made a significant contribution to the wellbeing and development of their children.
The awards are an opportunity to celebrate and promote positive fathering, encourage more men to become involved in their children’s lives and provide a platform for showcasing positive fathering role models in the community.

Craig Foster father of the year

Craig Foster AM

2022 Australian Father of The Year 

Rick Pekan

2022 Community Father of The Year

Australian Sports Father of the year, Isaac Thomas

Isaac Thomas

2022 Sports Father of The Year 

KPMG Australia

2022 Australia’s Best Workplace for Father’s

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