Our children – our future – our bridge to the future have spoken. They are asking us to protect them. And one of the key “pieces of the puzzle” to protecting our children is the development of additional resources and support services for parents, particularly Fathers, who are entrusted with the responsibility of positively shaping the minds and souls of our children – our future – our bridge to the future. The responsibility for developing additional resources and support services and maintaining mechanisms of support that already exists for parents, particularly Fathers, is a responsibility that should and must be shared among individuals and institutions that reside outside of the family structure. Educators, religious leaders, Fatherhood Practitioners, Fathers’ Rights Advocates, health care professionals and providers, journalists, artists, musicians, publishers, law enforcement professionals, legal professionals, social services professionals and providers, social entrepreneurs, community grassroots organizations, the business community, and concerned individuals must form partnerships and strategic alliances which will ensure that existing resources and support services are maintained and equitably distributed. Every voice must be heard. Every idea is important. We must share information and resources, and examine existing programs which – no matter where in our global village they may be located -- have a proven track record of success. Where warranted, we must create new programs that yield resources and support services that parents, particularly Fathers, can utilize to strengthen themselves . . . create an efficiently functioning family unit . . . and protect our children – our future -- our bridge to the future. We must do this for our children – our future – our bridge to the future. After all, isn’t it really about the children?