Each year on January 8 we celebrate National Career Coach Day and recognize the important work of career coaches across the United States.
The first Sunday in September celebrates National Pastor's Spouse Day to honor the spouses who commit to supporting the pastor they married.
National Smarties Day on October 2 celebrates the sweet legacy of an iconic candy and the smarty pants people who never stop learning.
Every year on May 15, advocates educate and raise awareness for skin-to-skin contact on International Kangaroo Care Awareness Day.
Each year on June 7, World Caring Day shines a spotlight on all the ways we connect and show each other we care.
Every year the Jewish people celebrate their survival during a holiday called Purim. The Jewish holiday is held every year on the 14th of the Hebrew month, Adar, which occurs in late winter or early spring.
Every year on the second Sunday of February, the International Day of Prayer for Autism and Asperger Syndrome raises awareness for these developmental disorders. The day is also known as Autism Sunday.
Every year on either February 8th or 15th, Mahayana Buddhists throughout the world celebrate Nirvana Day. The event, also known as Parinirvana Day, commemorates Buddha’s death and his entrance into complete Nirvana.
On October 31st, Reformation Day celebrates one of the most monumental events in Christianity. It was on this date in 1517 that the Protestant Reformation began.
Every year on November 2nd, All Souls Day commemorates baptized Christians who are believed to be in purgatory. The day is also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed.