May 23, 2019

South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families launches Reel Connection Campaign

The South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families (SCCFF) recently launched its second-annual Reel Connection Campaign to support the center’s fatherhood programs and celebrate the importance of fathers spending quality time with their children. The highlight of the campaign is a chance to win a unique day-long father-child fishing trip with Bassmaster Davy Hite.

Davy Hite is the 1999 Bassmaster Classic Champion, two-time Bassmaster Angler of the Year and, in 2016, he became cohost and analyst for “Bassmaster LIVE” and “The Bassmasters” television show on ESPN2. When not on the water or on the airwaves, he is a father to two sons.

A randomly selected father and child will join Davy on his boat for a morning excursion to spots where the big ones bite. After a lakeside lunch, afternoon fishing continues with casting, conversation and a few classic fish tales courtesy of Mr. Hite.

Quality time spent between a father and a child is invaluable. Even simple activities – like a day of fishing – can create memorable moments that shape a child’s future. SCCFF fatherhood programs help fathers build rewarding relationships with their children. When fathers are present, children thrive, families grow strong and communities prosper.

Father absence can be linked to most societal ills, including child poverty, substance abuse and teen pregnancy. Too many children grow up without knowing the love and support of their father. SCCFF works every day to change the statistics for children in South Carolina.

Learn more about the campaign and enter to win here. Entries must be received by June 13.

About the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families
In 2002, the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families was created to reduce child poverty through father engagement. Today, it is the hub of a statewide network of fatherhood programs providing education, resources and guidance for thousands of fathers and their families. A ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System, the Center is the longest running father-focused program in South Carolina. Through partnerships and generous community support, the Center continues to expand access to programs that are changing lives for fathers and families in our state.

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