Kent County Month in Review August 21
Delaware Fatherhood and Family Coalition - Tuesday, August 31, 2021
August 2021 Kent County Month Review
On August 5, 2021 The Project Coordinator was in Georgetown to submit requisitions for upcoming Kent Community Day. I also disseminated DFFC information to the ACE center in Georgetown De.
On August 7, 2021 The Project Coordinator was in New Castle to meet with DFFC IT person to retrieve incoming shirts for Kent leadership team. .
On August 12, 2021 Coordinator was in attendance to a FSCAA benefits meeting held virtually on zoom. I also met with DAPI manager in Camden De. to discuss the next school year and DFFC completing 24/7 Dads training with the students.
On August 17, 2021 The Project Coordinator went to Harrington De. to delivery Supplies to a representative from the University of Delaware after school 4H programs.
On August 18, 2021 Project Coordinator completed a training at the ACE center in a effort to market DFFFC to Southern Kent residents.
On August 19, 2021 The Project Coordinator hosted and facilitated the statewide CLC meeting virtually. In attendance were over 25 residents to here and dialogue about DFFC initiatives and promotions throughout the state.
On August 20, 2021 The Project Coordinator attended a meeting with the University of Delaware 4h programs site director in Milford De to discuss the upcoming school year and possible ways for DFFC to partner with their program.
On August 24th The Project Coordinator received supplies from Connections as their contract with PSSF/DFFC has come to a close. Materials were distributed between both New Castle and Kent county in an ongoing effort to keep momentum for DFFC throughout the state.
On August 25, 2021 Project Coordinator was in attendance at the FSCAA Kent County Strong Community Initiative meeting held virtually. At this meeting Kent County resources are shared and communicated to residents and service providers collaborate to assist attendees.
Lastly on August 31, 2021 The Project Coordinator received book bags and supplies for the upcoming Kent County Community day which is to be held on September 4 in collaboration with Expand church. The expectation for this initiative is that over 150 people will be in attendance.