Habitat for Humanity wants Christians to remember struggling mothers in the developing world.
It's 100 years since Mother's Day was re-launched in the UK.
Nottinghamshire churchgoer Constance Penswick-Smith campaigned to put the day on the national agenda.
A special service at All Saints Coddinton this Sunday will remember all she achieved.
Rt Revd Paul Butler is the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham.
He tells Premier it's right that we all mark the day:
However, while mums in the UK will be enjoying the luxuries given to them on Sunday, women in the developing world are experiencing the complete opposite.
Christian charity Habitat for Humanity wants you to remember those struggling.
Spokesperson Stefan McNally told Premier's News Hour about one example:
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