Casual Day: charity drive for disabled raises R3,8 mln

2012-09-11 00:00

R3,8 MILLION has been raised so far from Friday’s Casual Day.

Schools, companies and individuals from across the country supported the campaign under this year’s theme, “Get on Board”, with some dressing up as navy personnel, captains, pirates, mermaids and even star fish.

This is the biggest fundraising project and drive for support for persons with disabilities in South Africa.

This annual national campaign encourages people to make a donation of R10 for an official Casual Day sticker towards persons with disabilities and to dress differently on this day.

If you would like to get involved next year, contact Wynand du Toit on 021 595 4900 or email him at to receive all the information.

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