Welcome To Daughters Day
Daughters Day is an initiative to celebrate the lives, contributions and achievements of all daughters; and to work to ensure that every daughter has full opportunity to achieve all she can without discrimination or abuse.
The 2017 Daughters of the Year awards will take place at City Hall on September 9, 2017 at 1:30 pm. To nominate a Daughter of the Year please download the Nomination Package Daughter of the Year 2017.
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We will post information about Daughters Day 2017 when it becomes available. Keep checking back for more! Did you miss attending Daughters Day? You can also find more information about previous events by clicking the link below!
The Daughter of the Year Award is given to recognize significant contributions to the community, and to celebrate those responsible. Keep checking this page for information about nominating someone as a Daughter of the Year for 2017.
Help support Daughters Day financially by becoming a contributor. All donations $10 and over will receive an income tax receipt. Also, we often have opportunities for volunteers to help out with our events, both before, during, and after.
WHAT WE STAND FOR
Dreams and objectives of establishing a Civil Society in Canada with its population from 193 nationalities, dozens of religions, dozens of cultures, and dozens of languages cannot be achieved unless 50 percent of the population – females – achieve gender equality with the other 50 percent without the threat of violence and discrimination.
The mission of Daughters Day is for the elimination of gender inequality, violence, and discrimination against girls and women at home, at school, in the workplace, and on the street. We will also be celebrating achievements and successes of girls and women on Daughters Day, as well as their dreams and aspirations.
Daughters Day began with a celebration on September 1st, 2012, in Edmonton’s Churchill Square. The celebration included speakers who educated about the role of daughters in building a civil society and shared messages to respect human rights of girls and women, and to abhor violence against them. Click below for more history!