Submissions are now being accepted for Mamablogger365. This daily effort throughout 2011 is coordinated by Mamapalooza with the mission to raise awareness about the Museum of Motherhood and the importance of securing a permanent home for it.
Online PR News – 06-December-2010 – – Join MamaBlogger365 and Mamapalooza in supporting the creation of a permanent home for the Museum of Motherhood (M.O.M.), the first and only facility of its kind to honor the work of motherhood at the hands of women, caregivers, daughters, grandmothers, aunts, and yes, even men, who have devoted their lives to caring for and raising future generations. Through MamaBlogger365, we'll be making our voices heard daily and expand awareness of the diversity of the motherhood experience.
For years, the Museum of Motherhood’s traveling and virtual exhibits have educated and empowered women, families and communities and now it’s time to establish a permanent home for it, a place where M.O.M. can expand exhibits and programming to showcase the value of mothers, mother-art and mother-work around the world and documenting the history, present and future of motherhood.
With just one blog post – only 250 words – you can raise awareness about the Museum of Motherhood and the effort to help M.O.M. find a permanent home. Share your story with us, about your mothering, your art, your work. Honor a loved mother in your life with a tribute to all she’s done for you. Speak up about an issue that’s important to you as a mother. Join MamaBlogger365 and let’s bring M.O.M. home!
All year long, we're reframing motherhood, based on our own mother-related experiences and we welcome a full spectrum of voices in joining us, whether you want to tell us about moms who rock, the sacrifices your mother made in making sure you always had a happy birthday as a kid or how you've tailored traditional motherhood to suit your own family needs.
Visit http://mamablogger365.com/ for complete submission guidelines or email email@example.com to find out how you can speak to the diversity of experience that motherhood encompasses and support the Museum of Motherhood in securing a permanent home. For more information about the Museum of Motherhood, visit http://www.museumofmotherhood.org/.