February is a great month to share ideas to celebrate vegans and their dedication to a healthy lifestyle. You can promote,
Educate readers about vegan restaurants
Giving them a chance to connect with other vegans through avenues like vegan communities and non-profits.
5. National Bake for Family Month
This is an excellent opportunity for families to spend time together in the kitchen. Promote that through your newsletter by sharing some tips on;
Providing kid-friendly recipes for inclusivity.
Encouraging bakers and pastry chefs to collaborate with the Home Baking Association.
Introducing them to recipe books.
4 Week-long events to cover in your February newsletter
1. National Storytelling Week
Story week allows story-lovers to learn about the world, relax, and help cultivate essential literacy skills. An exciting way of grasping your audience’s attention is by;
Introducing story-telling podcasts.
Promoting poetry events.
Partnering with publishers in printing short story series.
2. The Rio De Janeiro Carnival
Some business strategies to make the most of this world-class event involve partnering with a travel agency and offering clothing materials and accessories for the costumes used in the carnival.
3. Fairtrade Fortnight
Create a sustainability-themed newsletter to celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight. Celebrate farmers and the workers who grow food, and promote fair trade. In your newsletter;
Bring forth awareness to the farmers that don’t get enough recognition for the food they grow.
Connecting with fair trade farmers as their products have shown a hike in sales.
Show support to the farmer for their contribution during the climate crisis.
This newsletter by the university is a great example;
4. World Interfaith Harmony Week
World Interfaith Harmony Week focuses on spreading harmony and tolerance among people. You can include the following aspects;
Promote local events.
Get involved in charity work.
Create an interfaith-themed newsletter by choosing the relevant graphics.
Talk about the origin.
February newsletter ideas for day-long events
1. National Groundhog Day
Feb 2! On Groundhog Day, people wait with bated (and ice-cold) breath to see whether or not winter will continue for another six weeks. You can mention your collaboration with a TV channel in your newsletter of the show it will host, starring Phil, the groundhog, as the guest, and your partnership with local Punxsutawney stores/restaurants to sell your commodities.
2. Play Your Ukulele Day
February 2 is celebrated as Play Your Ukulele Day. A day when anyone can play the Ukulele. Some newsletter ideas that you can add are,
Add a guide around how to be a great Ukulele
Share some tips used by great Ukulele players
Promote the relevant events happening in the locality
Share the joy of playing music
Make sure you design a Ukulele themed newsletter with an easy-to-use tool.
3. Candlemas Day
This ancient festival is celebrated on 2nd February. Talk about its historical importance in your newsletter as a midpoint of winter.
Promote the shops where people can get a discount in honor of this day.
Encourage your readers to light a candle and go to church.
Choose a candle theme for your newsletter and add Candlemas crosswords.
4. Optimist Day
February 2 is Optimist Day. Since this day entails being positive, you can add the following ideas to your newsletter:
Partner with Optimist International to bring awareness to the cause by highlighting its foundations and collaborating with its community service programs.
Focus on promoting the importance of building and sustaining a positive future
Encourage your readers to wear Optimist attire, including tees, shirts, etc.
5. World Read Aloud Day
February 2 reveals the importance of story sharing. It is a day when anyone can read aloud without being titled as silly. Your newsletter can include the following ideas:
Encourage your audience to grab a book, find an audience, and read aloud.
Cite your collaboration with local authors.
Include strategies for twenty minutes of reading each day.
6. World Cancer Day
World Cancer Day is observed on February 4. In your newsletter, you can,
Inform readers about cancer awareness
Encourage them to take measures such as getting vaccinated, eating healthy, and getting regular cancer screenings.
You can also mention your collaboration with a hospital or a charity that hosts fundraisers for cancer and share patients’ success stories in your newsletter.
7. National Wear Red Day
National Wear Red Day is observed on February 3. Since this day is about wearing red to raise awareness about cardiovascular diseases in women, an excellent way to design the newsletter theme is by including the following:
Images of women of all ages in red (including women who suffer from such diseases).
Promote books, podcasts, and documentaries focusing on this cause to raise awareness among all genders.
8. Take your Child to the Library Day
February 4 is the Take Your Child to the Library Day!
A wholesome way to enrich your newsletter is by including your joint venture with local libraries to host a book reading event and promote that.
Your business can also partner with local arts and crafts stores and museums to involve children in engaging activities like writing book reviews etc.
9. Play more Cards Day
Play more cards day is on February 22. We think the following are the ideas to cover in your February newsletter.
You can draw your subscribers in by promising them a chance to win a fabulous prize: a voucher or any reward unique to what you do in exchange for winning a card game contest.
Announce exclusive coupon codes on various styles of card decks to commemorate this day.
10. Send a Card to a Friend Day
February 7 is National Send a Card to a Friend Day. Here are a few ideas for your newsletter for this day.
Encourage your subscribers to send a card to their friends with what they mean to them and why.
Mention online customized card designers that can help the subscribers and collaborate with them.
11. World Ballet Day
World Ballet Day is celebrated on February 7. You can incorporate the following ideas into your newsletter.
Promote the branded hashtag #worldballetday.
Inform your subscribers about upcoming live ballet performances in a cohesive list
Educate them on dance schools/companies that teach this art.
12. Safer Internet Day
February 7! An educational way to create a newsletter on this day is by organizing and promoting a podcast with an IT professional who can provide tips to subscribers on internet safety. Your business can also collaborate with Safer internet centers and Safe internet day committees to plan and organize events.
13. Extraterrestrial Culture Day
Acknowledge this day on February 14!
Fun ways to celebrate this exciting holiday include offering your subscribers special tickets and tour deals to New Mexico.
You can also engage your audience by making a top-ten list of famous alien movies and documentaries.
14. Read in the Bathtub Day
Treat yourself well on Feb 9 because it’s Read in the Bathtub Day!
Some ways to appeal to your subscribers to enjoy this relaxing day is by collaborating with businesses that offer special discounts on bath products such as; essential oils, soaps, neck pillows, and loofahs. You can also offer special deals on books, ebooks, and podcasts in your newsletter. Aesthetically, your newsletter should include images of spas and bathtub reading.
15. National Umbrella Day
Celebrate the most convenient invention of all time on February 10th, the umbrella!! Below are some ideas for your newsletter;
Explain the importance of this day as their role as the canvas for art or convenience.
Collaborate with businesses specializing in making umbrellas, raincoats, and rain boots, and offer them as a three-in-one deal to your subscribers.
16. National Make-a-Friend Day
Foster friendship on February 11! Add the following ideas to your newsletter.
Encourage your audience to bring strangers together in a comfortable environment.
Suggest they join a book club or a sip and bite where people can foster friendships
Add some research on how making and maintaining friendships show a healthy effect on people’s health long term.
17. Lost Penny Day
February 12 is Lost Penny Day! To celebrate this day, you can add the following tips to your newsletter:
Encourage your readers to make it memorable by buying things using only pennies.
Advise them on thoughtfully using change by offering tips like buying a sandwich and coffee and giving it to a homeless person or giving a rare penny to a coin collector.
Explain the history of Lost Penny Day
18. World Marriage Day
12 February is World Marriage Day. The following ideas, in our opinion, can make your newsletter a success with readers who celebrate or are interested in reading about it:
To observe this unique commitment, you can include success stories of happily married couples in your newsletter.
Partner with businesses that offer opportunities like vow renewal ceremonies, organizes a world marriage day event on its own, or partner with marriage clubs or therapy groups.
19. Get a Different Name Day
Get a Different Name Day is celebrated on February 13. A couple of ways to make your newsletter enjoyable is:
Sharing a personal story of someone who changed their name and their experience.
Encouraging people who have been putting legal name changes off by making a list of popular names.
20. Valentine’s Day
Celebrate love in style on February 14. This day offers an array of opportunities your business can benefit from. Through your newsletter, offer a deal or discount and share some gift ideas; the choices are endless.
February 14 is International Book Giving Day. Some ways you can make your newsletter catchy are by
Mentioning prominent charities (Book-aid international, Room to read) and organizations that plan to donate books to children.
Encourage subscribers to donate books by offering them first access to a new feature, product, or location your business is launching.
22. Singles Awareness Day
February 15 is Singles Awareness Day! Some brilliant ways to create a newsletter are,
Encouraging them to have a spa day and treat themselves well.
Promoting some ongoing sales on this day.
Use extra visuals and humor in your content.
Providing them with resources, videos, and research around self-love.
23. Innovation Day
February 16th is observed as Innovation Day to appreciate innovation and creativity to motivate people to think outside the box. To get your subscribers into thinking intellectually;
Your business can host a Ted talk emphasizing classic and upcoming innovations. Inform your readers about films and books written on innovations by composing a list.
Share a personal word from your CEO about which innovation tactics have made your company successful.
24. Random Acts of Kindness Day
On February 17th, make kindness the norm!
Encourage your subscribers to make a random act of kindness on this day.
Get positive acts of kindness ideas and share them with your subscribers.
Appreciate those who always come forward to do a random act of kindness.
Look at these super cute newsletter ideas by the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation.
25. My Way Day
My Way Day is celebrated on February 15th each year. Add in your newsletter a few ideas that will help your subscribers to;
Celebrate their life in their way.
Being them as they are.
Doing anything they would like to do their way.
Encourage them to work the way they like
26. No One Eats Alone Day
February 18 is No One Eats Alone day. As its name suggests, this day encourages friendship and companionship and fosters relationships. It’s a great time to make friends and encourage a culture of belonging by sharing meals, lunch, or dinner.
In your newsletter, you can promote ideas like;
Encourage school kids to share their meals with others.
Have a family dinner.
Have a dinner date with your friends.
27. International Tug of War Day
This day is celebrated on February 19 to honor one of the most accessible sports. In your newsletter, add ideas to promote this game.
Tell them to have a tug-of-war with family members.
Play tug of war with kids as a fun activity.
Create sources and links about the benefits of this activity.
28. National Love your Pet Day
Give extra attention to your pets on February 20, and it's a reminder that your pets are more like family. In your newsletter, promote some ideas like
Encourage your subscribers to bring their loving friends some gifts.
Show some love by spending more time with them.
Design a pet theme newsletter by choosing pet pictures.
February 22 is officially celebrated as Washington's Birthday. In your newsletter, honor the dedication and the efforts that the president has made for the benefit of the people. Add some history and their contribution throughout history for the betterment of the nation.
30. International Mother Language Day
Create awareness about linguistic and cultural diversity in your February 21 newsletter.
Add some links and resources to the history of the various languages.
Encourage your subscribers to find some facts about their mother language.
31. World Thinking Day
February 22 is dedicated to celebrating Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.
Promote ideas about gender equality, contribution, and empowerment on this day.
Highlight the importance of friendship and sisterhood.
Pay tribute to the girl guides and girl scouts who made history.
Promote local activities that are happening concerning World Think Day.
32. World Yoga Day
February 21 is celebrated as World Yoga Day. Create a yoga theme newsletter and
Talk about the importance of yoga and how yoga has been practiced throughout history.
Promote any activities that are happening in your locality.
Inconvenience yourself day is celebrated on February 22, always to put others first. The day teaches us how to go out of the way to create ease for others. In your newsletter, you can highlight,
Why is it important to appreciate and honor others first
Share practices about how to be there for your friends, colleagues, and acquaintances in times of need
35. Fat Thursday
February 16 is Fat Thursday. The idea is to make your year free of bad luck.
Create a themed newsletter to honor Fat Thursday.
Ask your subscribers to visit the nearest bakery to eat donuts.
Send them tips about how they can celebrate the day with loved ones by eating out delicious cakes, sweats, and desserts together.
36. Carpe Diem Day
Seize the day on February 26. While most of the time we worry about plans, encourage your readers to take a pause and stay in the present.
Send them some resources and tips about the practice of mindfulness.
Encourage them to stay in the present.
Recommend them some books like the “Power of Now” that will help them stay in the present.
37. Tell A Fairytale Day
This happy after that day that’s being celebrated on February 26. The day honors the oral myths and histories we have been told as kids. Create a fairytale theme newsletter by including the ideas,
Adding history of the fairytale
Telling a fairytale
Conducting a fairytale storytelling gathering and inviting all
38. World NGO Day
February 27 is World NGO day. Your newsletter honors the relentless efforts, and contributions NGOs have made throughout history.
Highlight some of the excellent impact case studies
Talk about the campaigns they have made
Include some data about the funds they have raised
Organize a seminar to appreciate their efforts and promote that
39. National Floral Design Day
February 28 is the National Floral Design Day. Design an artistic floral newsletter and encourage your readers to,
Showcase their talent by designing artistic floral arrangements and promoting them on social media.
Participate in activities like floral art competitions.
Adding history about the National floral design day.
Conducting some seminars and encouraging them to highlight their art.
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