Special thanks to our generous supporters.
Your donations help to further our mission to create a supportive space in our community for dads and their kids to pursue together our pillars of education, athletics, and giving.
Please check out the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse promoting responsible fatherhood and strong communities
The Weston Community Children’s Association (WCCA) is a volunteer organization dedicated to fostering friendships and connections among families with young children in Weston and surrounding communities.
Visit them at wccakids.org
Weston Cub Scouts invites all boys in grades 1-5 to join at any time. Cub Scouting offers fun and challenging experiences that boys and parents do together. Boys learn to do their best, make new friends and help their community. The boys see FUN, but everything in the program supports the aims of Scouting: character development, citizenship training and personal fitness.
Visit the website for more information and upcoming events at www.cub157.org
The Weston Council on Aging is dedicated to supporting the welfare and interests of the town’s seniors and those who care for them.
Also known as the Weston Senior Center, the COA serves Weston residents of all ages with information and referrals concerning issues of elderly health, housing, health insurance, in-home assistance, and legal matters as well as related property and income tax concerns.
The WDF is proud to be a partner with the COA and we always look forward to our annual Fall Spaghetti Luncheon with the COA and the WCCA
Check the monthly newsletter for current COA news and events.
For more information and contact information, please visit the COA website.
The Weston Forest and Trail Association is a volunteer organization responsible for working with land owners to encourage land conservation or land development consistent with Weston's rural character, and for stewardship of existing conservation land. WFT has helped to build and supports the maintenance of approximately one hundred miles of trails. The Association also sponsors trail walks and activities to encourage Weston residents to use and become more familiar with the more than 2000 acres of conservation land in town.
For more information, Visit the website at www.westonforesttrail.org
Please view our Newsletters to see what we have been up to, and what is coming up over the next few months.