Mother's Day Events
Join the rays of collective action spreading across the Earth!
We stand together with our global sisters on Mother's Day for an event to usher in an age of peace and sustainability for all. We make this a powerful and meaningful Mother’s Day celebration by proclaiming and rejoicing we are enough and have enough to co-create a world that works for all.
We Are Enough invites you to join us as individuals, circles and partners in the Mother’s Day celebrations by creating events, time for quiet reflection, writing, and participating in a Mother’s Day global link-up call (USA call on Sunday, May 12, 2013, with more to be announced.)
Circle Connections, Imagine the Good, The Service Connection, Gather The Women of Southwest Florida join We Are Enough as partners. We seek your participation and partnership.
Contact us about being a Partner http://www.weareenough.org/contact-us
On our Event Planners page, (up soon!) find free invitations, videos, press releases, posters, and hashtags to help you host your own.
Have fun making your event unique. It can be a 15 minute flash mob, a film screening, a mother-daughter play date in the park, or even an in-home party. We collect and share lots of fun ideas on our Event Planners page (up soon!). Or check out our store (up soon!) for fun environmentally-friendly“Enough” items like tee shirts, hats, buttons, and stickers to make your event shine. (Net proceeds from our online store directly grow our nonprofit outreach potential.)
Stand up and be counted! Invite the media. Encourage armchair videographers, photographers, and journalists in your group to cover your event. Fill out a brief event report on our website after so we can share the good news with the whole world. We’ll facilitate the sharing of your ideas, videos, photos, and results online.
Upload a video of your event on our Videos page. (You must register as a member (free) first.)
Submit your stories, ideas, and photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org
View ongoing stories and reflections on our Enough Blog