mpoentleAre you a school wanting to get involved with Casual Day? Join in the fun and help us make a difference in the lives of persons with disabilities!

How does it work?

Casual Day is an annual event that takes place on the first Friday of September each year – this year it’s on Friday 1 September. Schools can show their support for persons with disabilities by participating as a team in Casual Day. First, you need to appoint a co-ordinator or become a co-ordinator – you can be a teacher or a learner.

As the Casual Day ambassador at your school and you will ensure that the management of the school, governing bodies, learners and parents are fully behind your efforts. You will order and receive our free pack of Casual Day essentials, which will be couriered to you in a handy kit. You will distribute these materials to your team, make sure the posters are put up and that your friends and fellow learners get their stickers.

Everyone at the school is encouraged to follow the theme, wearing the official sticker to indicate their support for persons with disabilities. You can also order a special limited-edition Casual Day items which will become available in the current theme towards the middle of the year. It will also be your responsibility to collect R10 donations from each person who receives a sticker from you. You will also receive the money for the limited-edition items available for a donation. All admin forms are supplied in order to streamline the distribution and collection process.


Never participated before?

Before registering with us to become a Casual Day co-ordinator, please get permission from management to relax dress codes and promote the project. Click here to contact us for more info.