Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
Every mother has a story. Some work multiple jobs to provide for their children while others stay home. Some became mothers through adoption while others have lost their children in tragic circumstances. Regardless of circumstance, simply being a mother carries its own challenges, struggles and rewards.
American Mothers, a non-profit dedicated to honoring mothers, is going to profile a mother’s story every day on their new blog, located at AmericanMothersBlog.com. Beginning with January 1, every day in 2014 will feature a different mother, along with the regular blog content that American Mothers has produced for several years.
“This organization was founded in 1935 to recognize the critical roles mothers play in society, and the 365 Mothers project will show that those roles are more important than ever,” says Joan Braitsch, President of American Mothers, Inc. “There will be stories that will make readers laugh, learn, cry, and be inspired. Most importantly, readers will feel a closer connection with what it means to be a mother.”
The 365 Mothers project offers stories about mothers in the news, unsung mothers, historical influencers, and everyday women. Early profiles have included Sara Delano Roosevelt, Ree Drummond, and Becky Fox Ortyl.
American Mothers is seeking submissions from those who know of a mother whose story deserves to be shared with the world. Send the mother’s name and a summary of her story to 365Mothers@gmail.com, or awards(at)americanmothers(dot)org.
About American Mothers, Inc.®
American Mothers, Inc.® is a nonprofit organization for women and men who recognize the important role of motherhood. The organization supports mothers across the country through educational programs and community outreach. On an annual basis, American Mothers, Inc.® selects the National Mother of the Year®, Young Mother of the Year, and Mothers of Achievement from candidates across the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. For more information about AMI, visit http://www.americanmothers.org or call 877-242-4264.