Case studies from the Who Let The Dads Out? family

The Who Let The Dads Out? family is made up of over 280 groups in the UK and overseas.  This growing network of groups is one of the core strengths of Who Let The Dads Out?, giving us the critical mass and credibility to liaise and partner with other national and international organisations.

To explore the Who Let The Dads Out? family go to our Directory.

Below are links to case studies from some existing Who Let The Dads Out? groups. 

Case study 1: The Lighthouse Project, Middleton
A community centre offers courses and training alongside a regular Who Let The Dads Out? group.

Case study 2: Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire
How 'Dads, Lads and Lassies!' has grown and expanded to impact the community.

Case study 3: Mulbarton – a rural context
How does Who Let The Dads Out? apply in a smaller, rural context? 

Case study 4: Involving grandads, Poynton, Cheshire
Being inspired by grandads who come to Who Let The Dads Out?

Case study 5: The Men and Boys Sunday Breakfast, Hoole Baptist Church
Sharing faith through a pre-church breakfast.

Case study 6: Mark's story, St Stephen's Tonbridge, Kent
How one man came to faith through his experiences at Who Let The Dads Out?

Case study 7: The story of a foster carer, Holy Rood, Stubbington, Hampshire
The value of Who Let The Dads Out? to male foster carers.

Case study 8: Standing firm, All Saints, Crewe
Running a Who Let the Dads Out? group with steady but not spectacular numbers.

Case study 9: Greenhill Methodist Church, Sheffield
The ups and downs of running a Who Let The Dads Out? group.

Case study 10: Just4DadsStChads, Romiley
Learn how one church on the edge of Manchester is pioneering a midweek group specifically for dads and their toddlers.

Case study 11: Father's Day, Bidborough
Discover how a Who Let The Dads Out? group in Kent led an ‘alternative’ service in celebration of Father’s Day on 17th June 2018