Celebrate women who inspire and spread faith with the wide selection of memorable Mother's Day gifts available here at Positive Promotions. You'll find stylish tote bags, gift sets, and personal home care items to show how much you treasure her devotion. We also carry beautiful bookmarks to praise women of faith, as well as quality pens and stationery gifts to thank them for their love and guidance.

On Mother's Day or any day, surprise her with gifts featuring one of our exclusive themes that express appreciation and inspire spiritual reflection, such as Blessed Is The Woman Who Walks With God and A Mother's Love Is Forever—or customize a gift she'll always remember featuring your own special message. Whether you’re outfitting a Mother’s Day store at your school, shopping for staff or volunteers at work, or thanking congregants at your house of worship, enjoy browsing these unique ways to treasure every Mom's devotion.

Traditional celebrations of mothers are often traced back to the ancient Greeks, who used their annual spring rites to honor maternal goddesses such as Rhea, or the ancient Romans' festival of Hilaria that paid homage to Cybele, the mother of the gods. Early Christians created a special day of worship for the Virgin Mary on the fourth Sunday of Lent, but this was later expanded to include all mothers and named Mothering Sunday, which is still observed today in England and other parts of Europe.

In the United States, activist and writer Julia Ward Howe introduced the first notion of Mother's Day in the 1870s. She suggested June 2nd be dedicated to commemorating pacifist mothers against the war, thus becoming Mother's Peace Day. Although Howe was adamant on trying to make this a national holiday, it never became popular.

The official holiday originated with loving daughter Anna Jarvis, recognized today as the "Mother of Mother's Day". Inspired by her mother's wish that someone would set aside a day to salute all mothers, Jarvis ambitiously pursued the idea, sending white carnations (her mom's favorite flowers) to a church service in West Virginia and bonding with supporters to write letters to politicians, until nearly every state began celebrating the event. Finally, in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a resolution naming the second Sunday in May as Mother's Day.