Due to popular demand Casual Day Shirts are back in stock! Our branded shirts in sizes S-XL are now available in ROYAL BLUE. Visit our ORDER STUFF page under GOODIES in our navigation menu to place your order.
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Casual Day is South Africa’s most successful fundraising project, raising more than money alone. It is the flagship project of The National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in SA, which this year celebrates 20 years of service to persons with disabilities. As such, Casual Day has helped the NCPPDSA to fulfil its mandate towards […]
Simphiwe Mkhize, the 33-year-old actress who became a household name playing a deaf attorney in SABC2′s Muvhango, has been appointed as a Casual Day ambassador to represent the project and […]
Casual Day ambassador Bernadette Rigney has challenged all employees of city metros all over the country to participate in Casual Day by wearing their sticker and stepping out in style. […]
How We're Changing Lives
This year’s blinging Casual Day Caps were silkscreened by this amazing workshop, the Association for the Physically Disabled (APD). They are an affiliate of the NCPPDSA and a participating Casual Day Beneficiary.
This is a short documentary on the work of the APD’s Job Creation Workshop, broadcast on SABC 2 …
If nobody reaches out, nobody gets touched…
The Casual Day fundraising model has provided the people of Thohoyandou with the opportunity to generate much-needed income to render services to persons with disabilities and has become a cherished event on the calendar of this far-flung region.
This documentary tells the inspiring story of how teachers and learners work tirelessly to generate hundreds of thousands of Rands for their schools and the Casual Day Project …