Thank you to our supporters & partners for a successful 2019 campaign!

Participating NGOs, Companies, Schools, Government Departments & these fine stores:

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International Day for Persons with Disability on 3 December 2019!

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2019 THEME

Our 25th birthday meant it was TIME TO SHINE with persons with disabilities in 2019! We encouraged all South Africans to go with their glow, stand out & be seen!


Thank you to everyone who ordered stickers and goodies online. Please note that we will still be fundraising through sales of GOLF SHIRTS right up until International Day for Persons with Disability on 3 December 2019.

You can still get your stickers from some participating retailers countrywide for your company, school, friends and family.

Together, we have raised over R334 million over the past 25 years for persons with disabilities

As the NCPD’s flagship awareness and fundraising project, Casual Day has grown into the most prominent and successful social advocacy campaign in South African history, having raised  R334 500 000  since 1995 (including the record R31 million raised in 2018). Casual Day is a widely celebrated national campaign that occurs annually on the first Friday of September – this year, join us on 6 September 2019!

The public’s contribution of R10 for a Casual Day sticker entitles them to express their individual interpretation of the annual theme through their outfits, which also allows them to show their support for the full inclusion and equity of persons with disabilities. The 2019 theme is Time to Shine with Persons with Disabilities.

We are blessed to be supported by the generous South African public, over 4 000 businesses, 400+ NGOs and approximately 500 schools that consistently renew their participation every year. The proceeds of Casual Day are channeled to disability schools, homes, places of care and employment through our national beneficiary organisations providing training, assistive devices and advocacy services to persons with disabilities from small towns to large cities all over SA. Casual Day also supports the disability units of 11 universities, the South African Police Service (SAPS) and the South African National Defence Force (SANDF).

2018 was a heroic year for our campaign as we raised a record R31 000 000. See the impact of your donation and where the money goes.
The NCPD is proud to share the funds raised with over 12 National Beneficiary Organisations representing a broad spectrum of disabilities.
Casual Day subscribes to the The Independent Code of Governance for Non-Profit Organisations in South Africa which was developed collectively by civil society organisations to promote good governance, high standards and best practice amongst NPOs.