How do I participate?

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If you are an individual wanting to make a difference in the lives of persons with disabilities by supporting Casual Day then you have come to the right place!

What do I do?

If you are employed at a company and you want to participate as a group. Please click here to get your stickers and promo items from the Casual Day head-office, but even better, get them from a local organisation for persons with disabilities. In this way, you can support the people in your community. If you are a school wanting to participate, please click here.

For individuals and organisations wishing to participate in Casual Day you can get your stickers now from any one of 500 participating organisations for persons with disabilities. Call 011 609 7006 or email info@casday.co.za and a friendly Casual Day Team member will assist you in finding a beneficiary in your area.

Many government departments, like the Department of Defence, can also provide you with a sticker.

Another option for individuals is to get your sticker at the tills of any of the following shops before Casual Day 1 September:

Edgars, Jet, JetMart, Boardmans, CNA, Red Square and Legit. Absa outlets. Game and DionWired stores. Shoprite and Checkers stores.

If you are wanting to donate from overseas or all year round, you can donate online here.


You can contact the national beneficiaries of Casual Day by visiting their websites:

The National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities South Africawitness.sibiya@ncppdsa.org.za

South African National Council for the Blind – www.sancb.org.za

South African Federation for Mental Health – www.safmh.org.za

QASA – QuadPara Association of South Africawww.qasa.co.za

Autism South Africawww.aut2know.co.za

Down Syndrome South Africawww.downsyndrome.org.za

National Association for Persons with Cerebral Palsywww.napcp.org.za

South African National Deaf Associationwww.sandasizwe.co.za

National Institute for the Deafwww.deafnet.co.za

Alzheimer’s South Africawww.alzheimers.org.za

Deaf Federation of South Africahttps://www.facebook.com/pages/DeafSA

Sponsored by the Edcon Group, Casual Day is the flagship project of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in SA (and its provincial branches, called Associations for Persons with Disabilities).

About the Author

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Able online

Hi, I’m Able the Casual Day mascot and ambassador for disability. I encourage you to see the ABILITY in people and not the dis-ABILITY. We’re all able, we can all live our fullest lives if the barriers are removed. Join me each year, on the first Friday of September and raise funds to support organisations that render services in the field of disability. This year Casual Day falls on Friday, 1 September. Your donation of R10 for a sticker makes a difference and improves lives all across South Africa.

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