Daddy Don't Go

Captured over two years, “Daddy Don’t Go” is a feature length documentary about four disadvantaged fathers in New York City as they struggle to beat the odds and defy the deadbeat dad stereotype.

The official site of the feature length documentary "Daddy Don't Go" directed by Emily Abt. Captured over two years, “Daddy Don’t Go” is a feature length documentary about four disadvantaged fathers in New York City as they struggle to beat the odds and defy the deadbeat dad stereotype. 

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DONATE TO THE CHILDREN IN OUR FILM

In anticipation of viewers' response to “Daddy Don’t Go”, we have set up a trust for the much beloved children in our movie.  The trust will be evenly divided among the 8 children featured in the film - Alex Jr, Caiden, Amiyah, Olivia, Brandon, Milagros, Omar Jr. and Andreas.  They will be able to access the trust funds once they turn 18 with the understanding that the money be used for educational purposes - either college or vocational school.  Please click here to donate to the “Daddy Don’t Go" Children's Trust.

Note:  Donations to the "Daddy Don't Go" Children's Trust do not qualify for a charitable tax deduction or the gift tax annual exclusion. We take your privacy seriously and will not sell, rent, loan, give or share your personal information with anyone else. All contributions are final and not refundable. Please contact us prior to making a contribution if you have any questions.

BECOME OUR OUTREACH PARTNER

If your organization is interested in hosting a screening of “Daddy Don’t Go", we welcome you to become an outreach partner with our production. Please contact us if you or your organization is interested in becoming a “Daddy Don’t Go” outreach partner. Benefits include reduced screening fees and promotional opportunities.