Charity Team Building events from the company that invented philanthropic team building activities. Over a decade ago, The Leader’s Institute® invented the philanthropic and charity team building event genre. We’ve been at the forefront of the genre ever since. Our Build-A-Bike ® charity team building event is still the most popular philanthropic activity in the world. Over the last decade, we’ve donated over $1,250,000 in bikes to kids who are members of The Boys & Girls Club or YMCA in cities all over the world. In addition, our programs have provided an additional million dollars in charity donations to families and children in need after devastating weather events via various food banks and churches, donations to soldiers overseas through Operation Shoebox, and many other charities world-wide! Below is a list of some of the most popular philanthropic programs that we offer. Click the red-links below to access additional information and call us or complete the form at the bottom of the page to inquire about scheduling a program for your group!
Most Popular Charity Team Building Programs
Build-A-Bike®: This is the original charity team activity, and it is still the most popular in the world. It is a combination of fun games and problem-solving the conclude with participants building bicycles for needy kids in the area. Build-A-Bike is a heart-warming way to build camaraderie and let your group have some fun doing something for a worthy cause.
The Ace Race: If your group is competitive, then you will absolutely love The Ace Race. Groups of five to seven people first compete to earn “materials” to build a single hole of a custom miniature golf course. After the entire course is complete, the each group competes against the others to move through the course fastest. The twist is that course is made entirely out of non-perishable food items that are later donated to local food banks.
Rescue Bear Workshop®: The activities in program subtly teach the participants about personality temperaments and how to determine the strengths and weaknesses of their coworkers. As they complete these activities, they earn components of high-quality stuffed animals (similar to those you see at the high-end mall stores). The Rescue Bears are donated to local fire departments for kids who have been through a traumatic event.
The Camaraderie Quest: This program is another great option for competitive groups, because it is literally a race similar to those shown on the TV series, The Amazing Race. Groups each have an iPad that delivers each quest item and allows the participants to photograph and video record their progress. For an additional fee, participants can collect items for kids or soldiers to create care-packages to donate to the Ronald McDonald House or Operation Shoebox.