The Siblings Day Foundation was created by Claudia Evart, who lost both of her siblings early in life.
The goals of the foundation include the establishment of a National Siblings Day, to be celebrated annually on April 10, the birthday of Evart's late sister, Lisette.
Siblings play together and often fight together when they are young. As adults, siblings often enjoy a close relationship, remembering their younger days with laughter.
Siblings form a bond through everyday activities. The sibling relationship lasts longer than the relationship between parents and children.
Siblings are each other's first childhood friends and can continue the friendship throughout their lives as they love and honor this special and unique relationship.
Siblings Day is a good time to remember your siblings and thank them for the memories with a phone call, sharing a meal together or sending an eCard.
In honor of my siblings and in gratitude for the many happy memories we've shared, here are some ways siblings can have fun and make memories together at any age.