A Towers Perrin study found that corporate social responsibility is the third most important driver of employee engagement overall, proving that charity activities affect the bottom line.
A driver of employee engagement - free donuts in the meeting room - just affects the bottom. Not the bottom line.
Whether you are looking for a 1-3 hour activity that can happen on site, or a hands-on project at a charity, we can help your team help others.
Attendees work in teams to assemble no-sew fleece blankets and teddy bears that will be donated to children in need.
Teams swoop around a department store, solving clues that lead them to load up their shopping carts with items that a charity needs.
Teams gear up to have some fun by building and decorating bicycles, which are judged for creativity and donated to children in need. Before they can build them, however, they’ll have to earn the parts and tools by completing bicycle-themed challenges and puzzles.
Teams assemble and decorate wagons for kids in need to play with. Next, the teams get to play as they compete in challenges to win toys to place in their wagon that will be donated to some very lucky children. Challenges may include toy trivia, puzzles, musical challenges, and more!
Teams test much-needed, brand-new sports equipment in a series of relays before handing it over to a charity that desperately needs it. Kids from the charity can even be on hand to help their team win the day.