What does it mean to “Casual Up”?
In corporate America, casual day represents a day where employees can dress down and be comfortable while they work. Casual days are a good way to boost employee morale and allow them an opportunity to escape from the normal corporate attire. Since casual days have become a norm, the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) offers a great opportunity for employees across corporate cultures to use their casual days to raise money to fight breast cancer, a fight that is greater than all of us. Casual Up for Breast Cancer can be done anytime of the year, not just in the month of October. For many women and families, breast cancer is a lifelong fight.
Why Casual Up?
We all know someone or have heard of someone affected by breast cancer. One of the ways we can help fight this disease is by using the privileges we have every day to make an impact in the fight against breast cancer. Use your casual day at work to help raise money for breast cancer awareness and funding for mammograms for those in need. It’s simple, fun, and a great way to get your co-workers involved in something that saves thousands of lives!
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