Show Your SupPORT — Corporate Charity Team Building

It’s time for your team to relive their childhood and improve the childhood of others at the same time during this event, which benefits a non-profit. The non-profit is one that needs sports equipment donated in order to thrive – Boys & Girls Club of America, Police Athletic Leagues or a multitude of others. We’ll provide a list of suggestions, but the final choice is yours!

Before the event date, our event leader contacts the non-profit to determine what type of sports equipment they need. The equipment is then purchased and relay games are created for your group competition that utilizes this equipment. All of the sports equipment is donated to the non-profit after the event.

As the group enters the event area, excitement fills the air. Colorful flags are on display, jock rock fills the air getting the group pumped up for the event and guests receive team identification that gets them to the lane line they’ll be competing in that day. Next, the emcee kicks off the event, welcoming the group and introducing the charity that will receive the game equipment at the end of the day.

Relay games will vary based on waht equipment the charity requests, but sample games could include:

  • Teammates take turns running out to retrieve footballs, scattered throughout their lane line. But they must return them according to the number written on the ball. So, the number 1 football must be found first, followed by the number 2 football and so on. How fast can they hike their footballs back to their quarterback?
  • One teammate holds a Hula Hoop above their head, while the rest of the teammates take turns trying to toss soft flying discs through the hoop. How many can they get through the target before time is called?
  • It’s time for the team obstacle course! Teammates must run the rings, Hula-Hoop 5 times and then dribble a soccer ball around some cones. The quickest time wins this game.

At the end of the event, the emcee reveals which team won based on points earned for performance in the games plus any bonus points earned for the best team banner. After they come forward to collect their award medals, the real prizewinner - the charity - comes forward to collect the equipment donated by your company. So, whether your participants win or lose their game, they were all good sports for participating in an event that gives kids the gift of play!

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