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Father Stereotypes Redefined

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John

Westborough, MA
United States
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I wanted to be a better father than mine was. I wanted to be a good and reliable husband. I work at my local food pantry. I believe that I have talked 5+ young people out of committing suicide.

Bill

Worcester, MA
United States
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I contribute a substantial sum to non-profit organizations every year
Why are you participating?: 

Have seen the booth at a number of events I have attended over the past several years and decided it was time to participate

Matt

Taunton, MA
United States
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You would never know by looking at me but I have saved lives working as a 911 EMT. On your worst day I bring my best.
Why are you participating?: 

I've updated every year since I started going to the tattoo and arts festival in MA and just believe in the message. Hate is destructive.

James

Malden, MA
United States
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I've run multiple 5Ks and walks for charity. Mentored a middle school boy in the MAAV (Melrose Alliance Against Violence) program.
Why are you participating?: 

I thought it was an interesting project.

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