Corporate Charity Team Building Events

A Towers Perrin study found that corporate social responsibility is the third most important driver of employee engagement overall, proving that charity team building activities affect the bottom line. Wildly Different produces a variety of charity team building events that were developed specifically with corporate social responsibility in mind.


Teams display their “can-do” attitude by creating a sculpture out of canned food items. After being judged for creativity, the cans are donated to a local food bank.

Battle for the Troops

This competitive, fast-paced event takes all the best elements from game shows and physical team challenge events and combines them into one really fun charitable event that ultimately results in care packages that benefit a military non-profit such as the USO.

Blankies & Bears

If you have a soft spot for kids, cuddle up to this event, which finds teams assembling no-sew blankets and stuffing teddy bears for kids in need.

Children’s Cheer Packages

Teams compete in games and challenges sure to bring back childhood memories as they “earn” supplies towards cheer packages that will be donated to brighten the day of children staying in a local hospital. In addition to the cheer packages, decorated by attendees and filled with books and activities, participants also assemble teddy bears for the patients.

Department Store Sweep

After the event kicks-off in a meeting room or other venue, teams head out to a local department store where they use a gift card to purchase a variety of items needed by a local charity. However, they don’t have a simple shopping list – they must solve a series of clues in order to know what to buy! A Supermarket Sweep version of this event is also available to provide food for a local food bank.

Donation Quest

Searching for a fun way to hold a charitable event that involves more than simply assembling care packages? Then search no more! Donation Quest is a team activity similar to a treasure hunt that requires participants to travel from location to location as they work together to solve clues and collect items for their care packages.

Dress For Success

Guests fashion necklaces, bracelets and more for women who need professional clothing and accessories to reenter the workforce. Which team will be the “ringer” that goes home with the prize for best design?

Get It In Gear – Build A Bike for Charity

Teams gear up to have some fun as they build a bike and decorate it. When the build a bike portion is complete, they are judged for creativity and donated to children in need. Before teams begin, however, they must earn their build a bike supplies by completing a variety of mental and physical team challenges.

Give Back Game Show

Attendees work together with their teams to win rounds of games themed towards the charity. At the end of each round, the winning team chooses a box from the stage. Each box is worth different dollar amounts that represent points the team wins and all items are donated to the charity after the event.

Hospital Art

Teams work together to turn black and white pre-designed canvases into colorful, cheerful works of art. These canvases are donated through The Foundation for Hospital Art to a hospital, clinic, nursing home, or shelter.

Money in Minutes

This fast paced, competitive event has teams competing in minute-long, money-themed challenges in order to score the most points and win money that will be donated to the charity of their choice.

Plant Some Sunshine

Your guests can plant some sunshine in the life of a local senior citizen by simply spending a couple of hours having fun with your colleagues. Participants decorate terracotta pots that will later be delivered to a local nursing home. The blooming plants inside the pots will provide long lasting “sunshine” to brighten the room of each recipient.

Play for Keeps

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.

Reading Rocks!

Teams assemble reading benches, stuff and dress toy animals to be reading buddies, and participate in challenges such as literature-based trivia and “Book Bingo” to win books. The team collecting the most books wins! All items are donated to local charity to encourage success through literacy.

Red Wagon Brigade

Teams assemble and decorate wagons for kids in need to play with. Next, they compete in challenges reminiscent of favorite childhood games to win points for their team and toys to place in their wagon.

TOMS for Tots to Teens

Your group can provide shoes for local children in need and also benefit those in other countries. Turn a pair of plain canvas TOMS shoes into a work of art that any child would be excited and proud to wear. Fabric markers, paint, glitter, and other decorating supplies will be available as guests put their personal touch on a pair of TOMS shoes. We’ll deliver the designed shoes to a local non-profit organization to distribute and TOMS will match that donation and distribute shoes internationally through their One for One program.

Toy Chest Challenge

Teams rotate around the event venue competing in a series of toy and game themed challenges. Each challenge represents toys or games that will be donated to local children in need. Participants may have to slide playing pieces across an oversized playing board reminiscent of Sorry, or ride on an adult sized pony hop in a relay race, or knock down little green army men by hitting them with marbles as they roll out of the hole of a pool noodle. One winning team will be declared but the real winners are the children who receive all of the fun donations.

What Our Clients Say.

CSR Team Building Case Study

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Building Futures

The goal was to rally a team of 75 people to help build furniture, stuff teddy bears, assemble and deliver care packages full of necessities to give to local families in need.

How it worked.

Working with the local community’s family services department, the team went to work assembling desks, dressers, tables and chairs. For those who weren’t “mechanically inclined”, we had teddy bears they could stuff and care packages they could assemble with items the families needed. The team also played games to win items to donate to the families, such as drinking glasses, cutlery, gift cards, a bike, etc.

The Results.

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