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City Dads Group

City Dads Group is a dynamic and diverse national organization that helps men navigate fatherhood together. This growing community of more than 5,000 fathers in 19 major U.S. metropolitan areas is dedicated to being active parents and, by example, redefining what it means to be a “modern dad.” City Dads Group organizes social gatherings for dads and kids, educational events for parents, and outreach campaigns to help local and national parenting causes. City Dads Group also works with reporters, brands and entertainment outfits to encourage more accurate and positive portrayals of fathers and fatherhood in media and advertising. Go to to find our blog, podcast, and links to all of our groups.



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Life of Dad

Life of Dad celebrates the adventure of fatherhood.

Every day, our worldwide community of fathers and parents comes together to find entertainment, humor and discussion.

We showcase thousands of blogs, podcasts, videos, celebrity interviews and other creative content, and as a social network, we connect people around a shared experience, the greatest experience a man will ever know — the experience of being a dad.