Everydayfamily's Pamper Your Body, Pamper Your Soul Mother’s Day Contest

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EverydayFamily.com is accepting submissions from mothers and mothers-to-be, who are sharing what they love most about being a mother, and will select its winning entry on May 17, 2012.

“As was the original intent of Mothers’ Day Work Clubs, we’ve added a charitable component to our contest,” says Noah Anderson, CEO.

EverydayFamily.com is holding its annual Mother’s Day Sweepstakes, showing its appreciation for mothers everywhere by awarding one lucky mother with $250 to a Spa of her choice, and donating $250 in her honor to a charity of her choice. EverydayFamily.com is accepting submissions from mothers and mothers-to-be, who are sharing what they love most about being a mother, and will select its winning entry on May 17, 2012.

EverydayFamily.com is also staying true to its goal of continual giving. “As was the original intent of Mothers’ Day Work Clubs, we’ve added a charitable component to our contest,” says Noah Anderson, CEO. “Not only did we want to support the moms in our community, we wanted to extend that support to a charity that’s important to them.”

To enter the Sweepstakes, moms simply have to “Like” EverdayFamily.com at http://www.facebook.com/everydayfamily and then share what they like most about being a mother or mother-to-be -- it’s that easy.

"EverydayFamily is happy to celebrate every Mom for all the amazing things they do, 365 days a year," says Shiloh Johnson, Director of Content. “We know every mom is special, but EverydayFamily will acknowledge one special mom with a pampering day just for her.”

About Mother’s Day:
Anna Marie Jarvis is the founder of Mother’s Day in the United States. Anna's mother, Ann Jarvis, had founded Mothers' Day Work Clubs in five cities to improve sanitary and health conditions. The Mothers' Day Work Clubs also treated wounds, fed and clothed both Union and Confederate soldiers with neutrality.

On May 12, 1907, two years after her mother's death, Anna held a memorial to her mother and thereafter embarked upon a campaign to make "Mother's Day" a recognized holiday. She succeeded in making this nationally recognized in 1914.

About EverydayFamily.com:
EverydayFamily.com (EF) is a family driven website – in every sense – featuring a growing community of over three million members who share their everyday parenting experiences. EF is an online home and established resource for experts and parents who have advice and information to share, as well as those who are seeking guidance and support as they move through their family’s journey, from preconception, to preschool, and beyond. EF invites everyone to get comfortable and share stories, thoughts, advice, and opinions with other families. The editors at EF, as well as the entire EF community, are dedicated to providing daily content for families seeking advice, information, and support… and to giving back to the communities supporting us.

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