Monday, August 3, 2015

Spring into Action ... Casual Day Ambassadors 2015

Casual Day is on Friday 4 September 2015! 

Casual Day coincides with the first week of Spring 2015, so this year we  truly celebrate Spring, a time for joy, a time for smelling the flowers, and enjoying the awakening of the season.

There’s a sweet smell in the air, the sounds of the birds, and hints of warm summer to come. It’s a time of rebirth, of new beginnings. We have woken up from our winter grind with opportunities sprouting all around us.


In studio with us were the Casual Day Ambassadors, Bongi Mdluli, Simba Gozo, Marketing Manager Andrea Vinassa and Patrick Mashegwana. We chatted about the fun, the hard work and how only R10 can make a huge difference in the life of a person with a disability.

It’s on this day that the Casual Day community takes time out to celebrate persons with disabilities and to make sure that we are all one big family. The creativity is bursting out all over and we are dressing up or down in our Casual Day outfits.
Take your inspiration from the birds and the bees, the skies of blue, the colours of the rainbow, the blossoms on the trees and the minty hue of new leaves. Our colour for the year is refreshing, zingy mint.

This year we will be producing five different collector’s item stickers, each with a different image, so collect all of them, wear the whole bunch! You can wear a bouquet of stickers to celebrate your commitment to improving the world for persons with disabilities.

To listen to the show, just click play:






Pierre du Toit and Keitu Gwangwa host the iStart2 Show on Thursdays at 17h30 (GMT+2). Radio Today broadcasts on 1485AM in Johannesburg and nationally on DSTV audio channel 869. Radio Today also streams on its website www.1485.org.za and on 1485.mobi. Radio Today the station that cares. Radio that delivers!


Thought of the Day

CASUAL DAY STICKERS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM MID-JULY from  Edgars • Jet • Jetmart • Boardmans • CNA • Legit • Absa • Game • Dionwired and Participating NGOs.