Casual Day

 

WHAT IS CASUAL DAY?
In 1994, the Casual Day project was conceptualised by the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCPPDSA), with the objective of raising funds that can be used to provide services for persons with disabilities.

Casual Day has since become the lifeline to more than 5 000 non-profit organizations and schools as well as 12 national beneficiary organizations in the disability sector, that provides shelter, employment, education, counselling and advocacy for persons with disability.

 

PARTICIPATING IS EASY!
1. SAVE THE DATE

Casual Day takes place every year on the FIRST FRIDAY IN SEPTEMBER
2. THE THEME
We celebrate with a different theme each year
3. GET YOUR STICKER
Donate R10 and receive your official Casual Day sticker from participating non-profit organizations, schools, national beneficiaries and participating stores across South Africa.  Wear your sticker on the day to show your support of persons with disabilities.  It’s that simple!  APD Limpopo also sell the official merchandise (Shirts and caps)
 
 
WHAT HAPPENS TO THE FUNDS RAISED FOR CASUAL DAY?
• Participating schools and non-profit organizations from the disability sector retain R4 for every sticker that they rece4ived a donation for.
• The money that goes into the national pool is distributed between 12 national beneficiary organizations.  The national beneficiary organizations further distribute funds to their affiliates in communities around South Africa.
 
 
YOUR R10 IN ACTION
• JOB CRETION
• SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT
• EDUCATION AND TRAINING
• IMPROVEMENT OF ACCESSIBIILITY
• INITIATIVES THAT AIM TO INTEGRATE PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES INTO THE BROADER OMMUNITY.
 
 
CALLING ALL COMPANIES, ORGANIZATIONS AND SCHOOLS
CASUAL DAY NEEDS YOU!

We supply you with stickers, posters, promotional items and support to make Casual Day a huge success! All we need is permission for your staff and/kids to join in the fun and wear their sticker on Casual Day.

Contact us for more information and to register on our participant database.

 

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