Get involved in Slipper Day like these celebs


Last year in 2017, we saw local celebrities like radio Dj Fresh and Tv presenter Roxy Burger doing their part in this initiative by wearing slippers on the 11th of May which now has been the official date for Slipper day. 

In 2017, the campaign raised over R3 million by selling over R387 000 wristbands. 

Wimpy is a proud partner of the initiative for the fifth year in a row and aims to surpass the previous year’s achievement.

To take part in Slipper Day all you need is a R10 wristband to wear your favourite slippers all day!

Make the dreams of life-threatened children come true when you purchase your R10 wristband from any Pick n Pay or Wimpy store or Reach For A Dream branch. Wearing your R10 wristband and slippers will also get you a free coffee from Wimpy on the 11th May 2018.

Since 1988, The Reach For A Dream Foundation has brought hope, joy and healing to South African children and their families by offering the child a magical moment to regain their childhood that is being lost to an life-threatening illness. 

“By fulfilling their dreams, Reach For A Dream brings hope, joy and inspiration by offering a magical moment to regain a childhood lost to illness” – Julia Sotirianakos, CEO, Reach For A Dream“Wimpy is a proud partner of the initiative for the fifth year in a row,“Slipper Day’s core values and beliefs resonate with Wimpy’s family-orientated brand, one that is focused on creating memorable moments with loved ones. It is a privilege to contribute to making dreams come true,”says Luise Peters, Marketing Manager at Wimpy.

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