As of 2015, neither the government nor the general public in the United States officially recognises a “daughter’s week.” Sons and Daughters Day is a made-up holiday that usually takes place on April 11.
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is another official holiday. It is held on the fourth Thursday of April. In 1993, the Ms. Foundation for Women made this holiday so that kids could learn about what it’s like to work. The holiday used to be called Take Our Daughters to Work Day, but in 2003, it was changed to include boys as well.