The 2019 theme for MMH Week is #MakingOverMotherhood
Together let's make over the image of a perfect motherhood.
Let's make over the notion that moms can do it all without support.
The next MMH Awareness Week will take place April 29th–May 3rd, 2019.
This is the 6th year 2020 Mom has hosted the weeklong awareness social media campaign and the 2nd year the campaign is hosted under TheBlueDotProject.org.
TheBlueDotProject.org hosts the MMH Awareness Week social media campaign and offers a toolkit to help individuals and organizations participate, as well as offering other ways partners can promote Maternal Mental Health Awareness week and month.
The social media campaign had a reach of almost 10 million people last year and has grown each year. This campaign allows us to reach patients, families, and the general public with stigma-fighting messages.
Sponsorship Benefits and Levels:
National Premier Sponsorship (Exclusive): $30,000
Name/Logo as Signature Sponsor on website
Acknowledgment in Press Release
Minimum of 5 social media shout-outs leading up to, during and after the campaign
Acknowledgment as Premier Sponsor in two social media posts during the 5-day campaign
Social Media engagement link-back strategy to sponsor content (up to three articles/pages)
General Sponsorship: $10,000
Name/Logo as a sponsor on website
Minimum of 2 social media shout-outs leading up to and after the campaign
Acknowledgment as a sponsor in two social media posts during the 5-day campaign
If you would you like to become a Sponsor e-mail us at email@example.com.
2020 Mom is the 501c3 social good charity that hosts TheBlueDotProject.
In 2018, TheBlueDotProject hosted a week-long social media campaign Monday, April 30 through Friday, May 4th, which included World MMH Day on May 2nd. The theme was:
Getting real about motherhood is healthy for everyone.
TheBlueDotProject hosted a week-long social media campaign Monday, April 30 through Friday, May 4th, which included World MMH Day on May 2nd.
For Moms: A #RealMotherhood 5-Day Challenge
We asked you to get real about motherhood by sharing photos and posts that show the real face of motherhood. Images could be light-hearted or serious. They could be of meds you had to get on, dirty dishes overflowing out of your sink, going to work with baby vomit on your shirt, or your beautiful, glowing, stretch mark skin.
For Organizations: Daily social media messages and images
Images and posts addressed popular myths of motherhood and how they hurt women suffering from an MMH disorder and keep all moms judging themselves by unrealistic standards.