dads and daughters*This may not be a new story, but it is still a relevant one.

As we all know, being incarcerated affects more than the person doing time, it affects entire families, and sometimes, entire communities.

But the bottom line is: it’s the kids who always suffer the most.

So when Angela Patton, Founder and Director of CAMP DIVA, spoke to a group of girls about their relationships with their fathers, it was clear that the topic struck a chord. Many of the girls needed a way to connect with fathers who were no longer in the picture for a myriad of reasons that included deceased dads, divorced dads, and incarcerated dads.

So, these young, bright minds, came up with a solution to invite daddy into their lives and the result was a real tearjerker.

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