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Spring into Action - it's Casual Day 4 September 2015

Casual Day is a staple and well-loved event for many of South Africa’s corporations, government departments, schools, and organizations. Not only does the event contribute to persons with disabilities, one of the most vulnerable sectors of our society, but it also provides a great team-building exercise.


We encourage you to spring into action by dressing up and adding some colour to the workspace. Brighten up your office on this day, and use the opportunity to benefit South Africans while also dressing outside of the usual corporate dress code.


The ticket to action is a donation of R10 for a Casual Day sticker, a small donation that goes a long way to raise funds for our services for persons with mental disability. Every R10 raised for a sticker is important as it provides material relief and promotes the rights of mental health care users to accessibility, education, housing, employment and full inclusion in society.


We cannot change the whole world but we can change the world for the hundreds of persons that benefit from the funds raised by Casual Day. Help us to do this by allowing your staff to SPRING INTO ACTION by dressing differently and wearing the official Casual Day sticker on Friday 4 September 2015.


Click here to download our order form and send it to coordinator@cmh.org.za – please indicate the number of stickers you need at R10 per sticker and which branding materials you may need (supplied at no cost to you). René Minnies from Fountain House, will then be in contact with you regarding the delivery of your order. If you order your stickers from Fountain House, proceeds will go to support the services provided by Fountain House, SA: a community based rehabilitation centre that provides skills development and vocational training to about 500 people with psychiatric disabilities.


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