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Our First Honoree
To help keep young males on track and give them a chance at leading successful lives requires many hands. We've got many successes under our belt, but we need more help, and that's where you come in.
While you can volunteer with us directly, even traveling to provide needy families with materials for school and Christmas gifts for the holidays, there's much you can do on your own. Contact us to learn more about opportunities and ideas for donating, fundraising, hosting events, campaigning, buying gifts, and involving your school or company.
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Honor Thy Father Inc. was established as a platform to recognize and honor men who care enough for the next generation by standing in alongside single mothers to assist them in raising their children. In doing so, such men ensure that these children grow up with a sense of self-worth, morals and social values needed to build a strong foundation as productive citizens. These men should be recognized because of their sacrifice, guidance, wisdom, council, loving hearts and unselfishness; thereby teaching by example.
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Eric Clark (pictured to the right) is our very first honoree. The award is named for him. Mr. Clark is a father in every sense of the word even though he never biologically fathered a child.
More than 25 years ago, he voluntarily mentored my four sons and several of my nephews and countless young men of single mothers like myself. He has always been respectful and expected nothing in return except to see these young men grow into productive citizens.