National PTSD Awareness Day

NATIONAL PTSD AWARENESS DAY | JUNE 27 Each year on June 27th, National PTSD Awareness Day recognizes the effects post-traumatic stress has on the lives of those impacted by it. #NationalPTSDAwarenessDay Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has a profound effect on the lives of those who suffer from it. The statistics alone are staggering, but […]

National Love is Kind Day

NATIONAL LOVE IS KIND DAY | July 27 Just as on July 4th Americans celebrate their independence, so is July 27th to be celebrated—a day to celebrate independence from the abuser. July 27th, National Love is Kind Day is the day to: Celebrate for all victims of domestic violence/domestic abuse their FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE from their […]

World Teachers Day

World Teachers’ Day on October 5th honors teachers and teacher organizations making vital contributions to the education and development of our future leaders. #WorldTeacherDay If you think back to your school years, you are bound to think of at least one teacher who made a difference in your life. Maybe they helped set you on […]

National Veterans Day

Veterans Day on November 11th honors military veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces. The federal holiday coincides with Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, which marks World War I. These observances reflect the end of significant hostilities at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 when the […]

World Kindness Day

On November 13th, as part of World Kindness Day, we are encouraged to spread kindness like an infectious cold. We want to share it more than usual because studies show when others observe kindness in action they are more likely to carry out an act of kindness, too. Santa Clause is Coming to the Eastwood […]

National Seat Belt Day

As the holidays approach, National Seat Belt Day on November 14th encourages everyone to buckle up to save lives. No matter where you sit in a vehicle, wearing a seat belt is proven to save lives. #NationalSeatBeltDay Just over 90 percent of Americans buckle up, saving an estimated 15,000 lives each year. However, according to […]

National Philanthropy Day

On November 15th, National Philanthropy Day honors those who give back to their communities. #NationalPhilanthropyDay The word philanthropy comes from Latin and Greek philanthropia which gives us kindliness, humanity, and love for mankind. From this, we take the philo (tending to, fond of) and join antropos meaning mankind or human beings. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ways Philanthropy Changes the World […]

Native American Heritage Day

National Native American Heritage Day on the day after Thanksgiving honors American Indians across the nation. The day celebrates the vibrant cultures, traditions, and heritages while recognizing Native Americans’ many contributions. When and Where will Frosty/Rudolph be on TV this Christmas Season? #NativeAmericanHeritageDay The day encourages listening to Native American voices and fostering pride in […]

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Each year in the United States, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors all those who lost their lives when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. More than 3,500 Americans lost their lives or were wounded on that solemn day. The day marked a turn in the United States’ position regarding involvement in World […]

Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day on December 10th annually seeks to honor the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Representatives from different cultural backgrounds all over the world drafted the UDHR. Once the United Nations formed, it was one of its first significant achievements. The UDHR contains a preamble along with 30 articles that […]

National Thank God It’s Monday Day

National Thank God It’s Monday Day encourages us to celebrate the first Monday of the new year with vigor and energy. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #ThankGodItsMondayDay Not only does the observance focus on the first Monday in January, but on every Monday throughout the year. Mondays are often full of new beginnings. New jobs […]

National Science Fiction Day

National Science Fiction Day promotes the celebration of science fiction as a genre, its creators, history, and various media, too. On January 2nd annually, millions of science fiction fans across the United States read and watch their favorites in science fiction. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #ScienceFictionDay The date of the celebration commemorates the birth […]

National Trivia Day

What National Day on January 4th celebrates those who accumulate and hoard tidbits of useless trivia? National Trivia Day, of course! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalTriviaDay The holiday recognizes the collectors of unconnected, irrelevant data, facts, history, and quotes each year. They are the ones who usually proffer these sometimes astounding bits of history […]

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

National Cut Your Energy Costs Day encourages consumers to explore their options and keep up with scheduled maintenance. Each year, on January 10th, the observance provides information designed to help homeowners and businesses to reduce energy costs and improve efficiency. Did you know that tuning up your heating system can save you up to three […]

National Sticker Day

National Sticker Day on January 13th recognizes all the ways stickers brighten up a page or send a special message. The day celebrates all things stickers, from the custom printing of them to sharing stickers. Every sticker has a story. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); #NationalStickerDay Historians credit the European merchants in the 1880s as […]

National Winnie the Pooh Day

Winnie the Pooh has been a childhood favorite for generations. Originally created in 1926, his stories have sparked wholesome, honey-loving, childhood dreams for nearly a century. Although there are many other characters within the Winnie the Pooh universe (Kanga, Rabbit, Roo, and Tigger — just to name a few), there is not doubt that the […]

Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Each year on January 27th, the world remembers one of the most horrific events in modern history. This tragic event is known as the Holocaust. The holocaust occurred during WWII when Nazi Germany killed millions of innocent victims. The day is also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || […]

National PTSD Awareness Day

NATIONAL PTSD AWARENESS DAY | JUNE 27 Each year on June 27th, National PTSD Awareness Day recognizes the effects post-traumatic stress has on the lives of those impacted by it. #NationalPTSDAwarenessDay Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has a profound effect on the lives of those who suffer from it. The statistics alone are staggering, but […]

National Love is Kind Day

NATIONAL LOVE IS KIND DAY | July 27 Just as on July 4th Americans celebrate their independence, so is July 27th to be celebrated—a day to celebrate independence from the abuser. July 27th, National Love is Kind Day is the day to: Celebrate for all victims of domestic violence/domestic abuse their FREEDOM and INDEPENDENCE from their […]