Community & Social Responsibility (CSR)

Post It Art for Children

Your group is sure to be inspired as you create artwork for children in area hospitals. But, rather than trying to paint or make sculptures, you will be making art out of nothing but post it notes! At the start of the event each team will be given an iconic image that is popular for children (Mickey Mouse, a Disney Princess, R2 D2, etc.). The teams will then use post it notes as pixels to re-create larger versions of the artwork. Even if you have little or no artistic ability, it won’t matter as you will get incredibly creative experimenting…

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Build a Guitar – Rock & Roll For Charity!

What better gift to give a child than the gift of music?! In our Rock & Roll for Charity event, your group will assemble guitars that will be given to children from a local Boys & Girls Club! HERE’S HOW IT WORKS… At the start each team is given a guitar body with several missing parts (neck, bridge, strings, etc.). Participants from each team will then compete against one another in a variety of challenges to earn the missing pieces of their guitars. The challenges will all be Music-based (Name That Tune, Don’t Forget the Lyrics, a fun take on…

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Bike Build

This event is extremely high-energy and interactive, with large numbers of people competing in short, fast-paced physical and mental (and hilarious) challenges similar to those seen in the TV show Minute to Win It. But this event has a philanthropic twist… in addition to winning points for each challenge, the teams also win bicycle parts, and ultimately build bicycles to donate to a children’s charity.

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The Great Mini Golf Give Back

This event is the perfect combination of fun, creativity and social responsibility!  At the onset each team will be given cans and boxes of food, a combination of other building supplies, and a roll of fake grass to use as their putting surface.  Our MC will explain that they will be using the cans, boxes and additional supplies to build a miniature golf hole (one hole per team).  Their holes will include hills, tunnels, and obstacles in order to make them as creative and as much fun to play as possible.   Each team will also draw a “theme” card to…

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Michael-CAN-Gelo

This is a terrific teambuilding experience, giving everyone in your group the opportunity to explore the creative, artistic sides of their brains while also contributing much needed food to area food banks. At the start of this event each team is given a photograph of an internationally famous statue, building or landmark. They will then be given canned items that they must use to build a smaller replica of the landmark. Teams will be allowed to use tape and shrink wrap to hold their cans together, being extremely careful not to damage the labels of the cans, as all the…

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Style Your Soles

Your company can truly make a local AND global difference as you decorate and provide shoes for the homeless in your city and people in remote areas of the world. All this while your employees bond with one another and have a great time! At the start of this event teams are given a designated number of TOMS blank, white, canvas shoes. They then get themes (Sports, Movies, Music, etc.) and they will get to use the TOMS shoes as their canvas, as they create their own line of shoes using Fabric Markers, Stencils, and a host of other fun…

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Great Charity Challenge including Dog Houses, Wheelchairs, Care Packages and Wagons

Similar to our Bike Build event, The Great Charity Challenge is extremely high-energy and interactive, with large numbers of people competing in short, fast-paced challenges., similar to those seen in the game show, Minute to Win It.

In addition to winning points for each challenge, the teams also win items to create Care Packages or parts to build a variety of items that will ultimately be donated to a local charity…

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Amazing Race for Charity

Like our Amazing Race adventure, this program is action-packed, as teams will have two to three hours to explore a particular area (a city center, hotel, theme park, etc.). During the race they will solve a variety of puzzles which take them to specific locations where they will participate in a variety of challenges (building a self-standing five-foot tower, competing in a game of Giant Jenga, launching water balloons 100 feet with a three-person slingshot…!).  After competing in each challenge our facilitators will give each team items to put into their backpacks (supplied by us at the start of the…

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