Charity and CSR Team Building Events

Teams can leave a lasting legacy from their event by making meaningful contributions to charity and community groups.​ Sabre has many CSR / Charity approaches and featured here are brief samples only in the form of Team Toy StoryWhose Bike Is This Anyway?, Painting a Brighter Future and Street Survivors.  To see more options or have one tailored for your group, contact us and let us know what you'd like to do?

Team Toy Story

 

Team Toy Story is a great opportunity to donate quality children's toys to a selection of worthy kid's charities.

 

Each team begins what will initially take the form of a competitive "out and about" Quest activity to earn their budget from a series of hand-picked team challenges.  

 

Upon returning to the venue, massive toy stores are revealed and teams discover that their budget is to be used in a lively auction to buy toys that will be immediately packed into pre-labelled freight cartons.  These are shipped to the charity that their team is buying for.

 

We have helped clients donate to a wide range of worthy end-users from disaster relief funds, local kid's charities and overseas orphanages. 

 

Group Size: 5 and up (suitable for large groups)

Duration: 2 - 4 hours 

Venue: Indoors and / or Outdoors.  Can make use of your existing meeting space. 

Key Themes: Charity and CSR, Teamwork, leadership, communication, cross-functional execution, time management, networking, collaboration, resource management, responsible entertainment.

Whose Bike Is This Anyway?

 

The 'Whose Bike' event starts off as a competive series of point winning challenges that will earn teams special bike parts for a mini "Tour de France" style race.

 

The "sting" comes once the bikes are actually built (and checked for safety), then suddenly representatives from the selected charity arrive to brief the group on their valuable work and to thank the group for the gift of these great kid's bikes.

 

Group Size: 10 and up (suitable for large groups)

Duration: 2 - 3 hours 

Venue: Indoors and / or Outdoors.  Can make use of your existing meeting space. 

Key Themes: Charity and CSR, Teamwork, leadership, communication, cross-functional execution, time management, networking, collaboration, responsible entertainment.

 

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Painting a Brighter Future

 

Painting a Brighter Future offers a unique opportunity for both a wonderful team building challenge, and to leave a lasting legacy from your conference or off-site.

 

Each team works to create their components of a large masterpiece themed to represent contributions that they will make to vital World Vision projects around the world.  

 

These can include Child Vaccinations, Educational Packages and Teacher Training, Livestock, Bikes, New Mother Hampers, Solar Lighting, Mosquito Nets, Bikes, Clean Water Projects and much more.

 

Group Size: 10 and up (suitable for large groups)

Duration: 2 hours 

Venue: Indoors.  Can make use of your existing meeting space. 

Key Themes: Charity and CSR, Teamwork, leadership, communication, cross-functional execution, time management, networking, collaboration, responsible entertainment.

 

 

Street Survivors

 

This is a noble, fun and very charitable twist on the reality TV genre.  

 

Each team is initially competing for a victory that will ultimately resolve itself into the collaborative donation of some life saving street survival packs for the homeless. Sabre has partnered with Backpack Beds for Homeless to link this event to immediate help and relief for those sleeping rough.

 

In virtually all major cities providing shelter and dignity for the homeless can be a significant challenge.  In this team building for charity activity your teams will leave a lasting legacy from their event by giving truly practical and immediate help to those in need. 

 

Group Size: 10 and up (suitable for large groups)

Duration: 1 - hours 

Venue: Indoors or Outdoors.  Can make use of your existing meeting space. 

Key Themes: Charity and CSR, Teamwork, leadership, communication, cross-functional execution, time management, networking, collaboration, responsible entertainment.

 

 

Charity PRIZES for your team building

Prizes with dignity that will leave a lasting legacy from your event.  

 

WORLD VISION

 

A great example of some prizes with genuine dignity and impact are the ‘Smiles’ gifts from World Vision.  

 

Teams can win donations of Chickens and Eggs, Goats, Donkeys, Education Packs, Vaccinations, Water Wells and much more for needy kids and villages world-wide.

 

HAY BALES FOR DROUGHT RELIEF

Clearly the debilitating impacts of drought upon many Aussie Farmers is a pressing issue.  Many are in need of practical and immediate help.

 

To play a part in these efforts to bring some relief to primary producers and their livestock, Sabre is delighted to offer you the opportunity to link the purchase of Hay Bales for donation as part of several team building event formats.

 

The acquisition of Hay Bales can be built into a competitive event format, or used as team prizes so that winning teams donate the Bales as a part of their winning achievements in any of our team building challenges.

Plus many other options

Organisations that we have helped so far include: 

 

UnicefWorld VisionBraveheartsRotaryRed CrossSmith FamilyBarnardosSalvation ArmyYouth Off The StreetsCANTEENRoyal Children’s Hospital, Peter Hughes Burns FoundationRonald McDonald HouseSurf Life SavingRSL and numerous other local and national community and charitable events and programmes. 

 

We hope that you can also play a part in helping these great causes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Leukaemia Foundation Partnership

 

 

We also have a special partnership with the Leukaemia Foundation whereby you can elect to have 15% of any Sabre event or programme donated directly to the Foundation to support the valuable work that they do.

 

This can go towards the work they do in general, or to a specific programme or intiiative of your choice.

 

We also have special events and projects designed specifically for the Foundation.

 

Visit www.leukaemia.org.au