The National Coalition for Men, which was founded in 1977, is the oldest men’s issues organization in existence, and has a veteran status in the online men’s issues community. It is a “general issues” men’s website in that it focuses on a broad range of men’s issues. A few chapters have a narrow focus, however; for example, NCFM-Carolinas focuses exclusively on false accusations in higher education.
NCFM made history in 2012 when it became the first full-fledged Men’s Rights organization to establish a chapter at a major university (Montana State University), and it aims to create many more through its new project called NCFM-U.
I’d like to extend a special thank-you to NCFM for awarding me with their 2014 Award of Excellence in the Advancement of Men’s Issues. This is what the text reads:
That is high praise, and I am thankful that NCFM chose to describe me and this website in such a fashion.
Also, thank you to everyone who supports the work I’ve been doing. We’ve had a great 2014 and 2015 looks like it will be even better.
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