The Siblings Day Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 charity, is the leading advocate for establishment of a day for the celebration and recognition of Brothers and Sisters. The day would commemorate the unique relationship among siblings, bring families together and remind us of those we have lost. Over the past decade we have been supported by the last two presidents, Governors of 49 states (with the exception of CA), six former governors, NYC mayors, and celebrities as diverse as Edward Kennedy, Oprah Winfrey, the Kardashians, Beyoncé and the Olsen sisters.
Siblings Day is gaining momentum around the world. Dozens of independent websites, newspapers and bloggers now make reference to April 10th as National Siblings Day. For the past three years, Siblings Day, National Siblings Day and Happy Siblings Day have gone viral on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. This year, for the first time, we have a presence on Google+ and tumblr! In 2014, Siblings Day went global with citizens of Africa, the Philippines and Canada celebrating.