Nelson Mandela Day 2022


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Take action, inspire change, make everyday a Mandela Day

The FSACCI encourages our Members to support initiatives during Nelson Mandela Day and to share your activities with us.

The FSACCI would appreciate you to send us a resume and some pictures of your Mandela day so we can share it. We will publish all the content on a booklet to promote volunteering, donations and community service from our members.

On Monday 18th of July 2022, don’t forget to give at least 67 minutes of your time on Mandela Day and share it with us!

Why 67 minutes for Mandela Day? Nelson Mandela fought for social justice for 67 years of his life and by devoting 67 minutes of our time – one minute for every year of Mandela’s public service – we can take a step towards a global movement for good.


What format is required?

  • 300 words max in a World document about your action

  • 2-5 pictures of your involvement

  • 75 words about your company description

  • Your logo in JPEG, PNG

  • To send to


Deadline to send your publication: 1st of August.


If you haven't planned anything yet, here are some ideas to implement in your company:

·       Collect and donate books to under-resourced schools

·       Donate your old computer to an under-resourced school

·       Make sandwiches to give to people living on the street

·       Pick up groceries or medicine for an elderly person

·       Donate a blanket for someone in need

·       Clean up your local community 

·       Give blood


What Is Mandela Day?

Mandela Day is about more than just a celebration of the legendary man’s life and legacy, it is a day to reflect on what we as individuals and as a nation are doing to make a change for the better.

The day was officially declared by the United Nations in November 2009, with the first UN Mandela Day held on 18 July 2010. Since then, Mandela Day has encouraged a movement of people across the globe, seeing each person dedicate 67 minutes of their time to collectively make a difference through volunteering, donations and community service. The idea is to give at least 67 minutes of your time on this day.


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