All South Africans are encouraged to get involved in the country's principle fundraising project for people with disabilities by celebrating Casual Day. Casual Day started in 1995 and is a project of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCPPDSA). This event is held on the first Friday of September each year and people are asked to wear something different, something formal, casual or funky and the official Casual Day sticker in support of the disabled. Casual Day is the day to show that each one of us can make a difference. Funds are raised for the disabled through the sale of the official Casual Day sticker and the intention of this day is also to increase the public's awareness of issues surrounding disability. Since Casual Day started in 1995, millions of rand have been raised. By supporting this day you will be contributing to a worthy charity and it is a fun and easy way of making a difference.
|When:||Friday, September 7, 2012 (All day)|