National Forget-Me-Not Day


We honour and salute disabled Veterans today, National Forget-Me-Not Day.

National Forget-Me-Not Day is observed annually on November 10. Created in 1921 to remind Americans of the sacrifices returning soldiers have made of body, blood and limb, National Forget-Me-Not Day originally raised funds for services where there were none.

This day even has its own particular flower, the Forget-Me-Not.

Hattingdon wears a black percher with three forget-me-not flowers in tribute.

Design Mimi. Created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell exclusively for Hattingdon®.
Mimi Hattingdon® design created by ©Vivian Grant Farrell.

How to Observe

Remember to thank our disabled veterans. Use #ForgetMeNotDay to post on social media.

Learn more about National Forget-Me-Not Day »

Hattingdon & Co in black cartoon font.




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