Up to 10 Dad Cave Meet ups per month at a time that works best for you
- Our meet-up topics will range from disciplining children, cooking healthy meals, doing exercise, how to talk to your kids about consent, race and much more
Monthly Global Call
Workshops with Expert Guest Speakers
Roundtables that have the power to influence the content on Daddysdigest.com
Access to our private community of dads
Our meet-ups are typically 1-1.5 hours long, run by facilitators or moderators depending on the session topic or how deep the cave is.
You can always carry on the conversation one-on-one with members after the meet-up ends, or take it over to the cave wall.
We plan lots of sessions each week so that you can hopefully find at least one that fits your schedule. There is no minimum or maximum of meet-ups you need to attend. You're welcome to just join and interact inside our members portal, or join a meet up and observe/listen in while you're doing something else. Participation is not mandatory!
Our community is far more than just a few meet-ups a week, we have an entire members portal full of articles, resources, courses and conversations. Chat one-on one or in small groups with other Dads. You will soon realize there is a massive community of people surrounding you that have at least one thing in common.
We have members from all around the world! Our group is mostly North-American based, but our reach is global.
You want to join a space where you already know you have something in common, and that is wanting to the best you can for yourself and your kids. The Dad Cave is a unique space where you can bring your parenting successes and challenges to a group that gets it.
Have you ever walked into a room full of strangers and introduced yourself as 'Dad with two kids' as the first thing out of your mouth, instead of something along the lines of "I'm an electrician, I work for a small local company"? No, I bet you haven't. That's the power of the Dad Cave. It doesn't matter where you are from, what you do, how successful you are. You're a Dad in some shape or form, just like everyone else.