We at the BFSG are having our annual Fathers and Daughters dance and are asking every Black father out here to join us. 

Welcome to the Black Fathers Support Group website

 

On this website you can find out more about our organisation, the things we do in the community and our goals and ambitions for the future.

The organisation exists to ensure that the often forgotten part of the community, the black man, have a support structure in place to help guide them troublesome times. Our members come from all walks of life, each one bringing valuable experience to the weekly meetings.

“Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the bodies of men.”

                                                                                   Marcus Mosiah Garvey

The BFSG meet on every Tuesday* 

Next Meeting Scheduled

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Location:

St Andrew’s Community Hall,  285 Brockley Rd, London, SE4 2SA

8 PM – 10 PM

What we do:

Our Meetings

The weekly meetings give the group the chance to support black men of the community through what may be a troubling time in their life.

The Africa Project

Our organisation feels a responsibility to the Motherland, which is why we have created many solutions to problems faced by our people on the continent.

The BFSG Radio Show

Our weekly phone-in show allows the community to pose questions to the group as well as discuss some of the hottest topics in the community other people won’t touch.

What we are watching

 

At the BFSG we trail the internet looking for different videos that reflect our existence as black people in the diaspora. Our stories of our struggles require as much attention from mass audiences   Some of these videos are not creations of the BFSG Media Team, therefore, we do not take responsibility for the language or the views represented in these visual presentations. What we can guarantee is that any and every one of the videos shown will get the conscientious viewer asking questions about themselves, our culture and who we are as a people.

“Take advantage of every opportunity; where there is none, make it for yourself.”

– Marcus Garvey

Disclaimer: We are not advertising the brand behind this video. We just think it is a great example of a black man overcoming problems and achieving greatness. Well Done Mr Joshua.