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Donate Using the Link Above or Mail Your Check Payable to: Siblings Day Foundation, P.O. Box 85, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163
Develop, nurture & sustain the special bond between siblings. Check out some of the ways you can get involved!
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We are on a Mission
Since 1995, the initial goal of the Siblings Day Foundation (SDF) has been to establish a national day of recognition for brothers and sisters, to be called National Siblings Day, held annually on April 10th. Siblings Day follows the spirit of Mother’s and Father’s Day, an uplifting celebration honoring people who have helped in our development and who have shaped our values, beliefs, and ideals.
Further, the SDF seeks to unite and reunite siblings who may have been separated by distance, by circumstance, by birth and adoption, or interpersonal familial issues.
We Need Your Help
Seeking Volunteers on Initiatives and Projects
Create and encourage your family, friends and associates to petition your Governor to sign a gubernatorial proclamation in your state on or before April 10th Siblings Day 2021.
…in your school, college, faith-based organization, cultural institute or library. Work with a social worker and/or psychologist or faith-based leader to start a Siblings 2 Sibling support group in your community.
Such as the Lost Sibling Registry; Adopt-A-Sibling Program and The Siblings Rights Program.
Via social media
Via public relations activities.
In the News
Covered in Voice Of America
Covered in CNN online
Featured in International Business Times
Featured on NPR
Written about in Disney publications
Covered in Fox 5 New York
Share Joy Across the World
Join Our Mission To Celebrate Siblings All Year Round
Official Siblings Day Website
There are websites who claim to be the “official” Siblings Day website but are not. These websites have posted a photo of Siblings Day founder, Claudia Evart, and are using her words and identity without her permission to collect money for their own use. They are not to be trusted. The correct website is www.siblingsday.org
Siblings Day Foundation