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International Tiara Day

International Tiara Day sparkles into existence on 24th May, inviting individuals worldwide to embrace their inner royalty and celebrate the timeless elegance of tiaras. Unlike some observances, International Tiara Day graces the calendar on the same date each year, encouraging people to adorn themselves with regal headpieces and feel like kings and queens for a day.

National Flip Flop Day

Flip Flop Day slides into our calendars on the Wednesday after Memorial Day each year, marking a fun and carefree celebration of summertime footwear. Unlike some other awareness days, Flip Flop Day's date is movable, adding an element of surprise and anticipation to this lighthearted occasion. It's the perfect opportunity to kick off those shoes, wiggle your toes, and embrace the relaxed vibes of summer.

Sewing Machine Day

Sewing Machine Day takes place on 13th June each year, celebrating the invention and innovation of this essential tool in the world of crafting and textiles. Unlike some awareness days, Sewing Machine Day remains fixed on the same date every year, ensuring that sewing enthusiasts can mark their calendars and honour the legacy of this transformative invention.

Plastic Free Beauty Day

Plastic Free Beauty Day takes place on 17th June each year, serving as a reminder to embrace eco-friendly practices in the beauty industry. Unlike some awareness days, Plastic Free Beauty Day remains fixed on the same day every year, providing a consistent opportunity to promote sustainable beauty choices and reduce plastic waste.

World Afro Day

World Afro Day takes place on the 15th of September every year to celebrate ‘all things Afro hair’. There are many events and training to address the long-overdue issue of hair discrimination at work. 

Event Series Jeans for Genes Day

Jeans for Genes Day

Jeans for Genes Day generally takes place during the third week of September every year. The campaign raises awareness of the daily challenges faced by those living with a genetic condition and raises money to fund projects that make a tangible difference to the lives of those affected.

World Cotton Day

World Cotton Day takes place on the 7th of October every year. It is a celebration of cotton and an opportunity to show its enduring positive impact of the world’s most important natural fiber.

Wear It Pink

Wear It Pink takes place on the last Friday of October every year. Wear pink and help make life-changing breast cancer research and support happen.

Christmas Jumper Day

Christmas Jumper Day generally takes place on the first or second Thursday in December to raise money for Save The Children.

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