National Birth Mother's Day is dedicated to the biological mothers of adopted children. The Saturday before Mother's Day is not a holiday marked on calendars, nor is it one for which Hallmark makes a card. It is not a holiday recognized by general society.
National Birth Mother's Day was created by a group of Seattle area birthmothers in an effort not only to educate but more importantly, to honor and remember. This group of birthmothers decided to create Birth Mother's Day.
Some use Birth Mother's Day to educate others about adoption and what it means to them. The first gathering for this special day was on the Saturday before Mother's Day in 1990.
The awareness color for Adoption is White.
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