CSR/Charity Team Building

Profound and life-changing corporate team building activities

Charity Team Building & CSR Experiences

At Hidden Door, we offer unique and exciting charity team building exercises that are guaranteed to be both fun and impactful. Our diverse range of activities cater to people of all ages and abilities, making it accessible to everyone in your organisation. Whether you’re a small team of 10 or a large group of 500, our exercises are tailored to meet your specific needs and objectives.

Our charity team building events are designed to build stronger bonds among your employees, resulting in improved engagement and communication. By working together to solve puzzles and complete challenges, your team will develop a culture of creativity and innovation that can be applied to all areas of your organisation. Not only will your team benefit, but our charity events also have a positive impact on the communities and causes we support.

Our events are easy to fit into your busy schedule, as they can be completed in three hours or less. Plus, our experienced team will take care of everything from start to finish, ensuring a hassle-free and successful event.

At Hidden Door, we believe in tailoring each event to your specific needs and objectives. That’s why we work closely with you to understand your goals and then create a custom solution that meets your needs. Contact us today to learn more about how our charity team building exercises can benefit your organisation and the causes you care about.

Why Choose Charity Team Building?
We understand the power of purpose-driven teamwork. Our charity-based team building activities go beyond the traditional team building experience, offering a meaningful and impactful way for your team to connect. By participating in these activities, your team will not only strengthen their bond but also contribute to a greater cause.

Giving Back and Making a Positive Change
Our charity team building activities offer your team the opportunity to make a positive change in the world. By actively participating in projects that support charitable causes, your team not only experiences the joy of giving but also leaves a lasting impact on the communities we serve.

We believe in giving and allowing teams to generate kindness in a purpose-driven team experience has a sustained business advantage and enhances company culture.

Connecting People with Purpose
Our charity team building activities are carefully crafted to connect people with purpose. We believe that when teams come together for a common goal, the bonds formed are stronger, and the impact is more profound. Whether it’s raising funds, crafting and donating items, or building awareness, our activities provide a platform for your team to engage in activities that matter.

Clear Outcomes and Objectives
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) team activities are designed with a clear outcome and objective in mind. Whether it’s a fundraising goal, a specific number of crafted items, or a targeted awareness campaign, your team will work together towards a common achievement. This clarity adds a sense of purpose and accomplishment to the team building experience.

Suitable for All Teams
Our charity team building activities are versatile and can be tailored to suit teams of all sizes and industries. Whether you’re a small startup or a large corporation, our activities can be customised to align with your team’s values and goals.

The Helping Hands Program is a truly unique opportunity for organisations to get involved with a worthwhile cause at the same time as super-charging employee engagement.
In a challenge requiring time management and clear communication, teams will build and decorate a kids billy kart before racing them in a time trial obstacle course.
For teams that want tam building charity events that gives back to the community, Kid Start is for you.
This creative team experience gives guests an introduction to Aboriginal Art through the artwork and stories of a renowned Indigenous artist, whilst helping to support Indigenous art programs in remote and rural communities.
An engaging and rewarding experience where teams complete challenges and collect bike parts before building kids bikes and donating them to charity.

DIY Charity Team Building Activities

While our charity team building activities are professionally organised and facilitated, there are loads of CSR initiatives you can put in place to help give back to your community and/or local charity partners.  Here are a few ways you can giveback and also help cultivate a culture of kindness within your team:

Volunteer Days
Organising a volunteer day at a local charity or nonprofit organisation such as Dandelion Support Network is a great way for teams to give back to the community. Activities may include helping at a food bank, cleaning up a park, or assisting at a shelter.

Blanket or Care Package Making
Teams can create care packages or blankets for homeless individuals. This hands-on activity not only builds camaraderie but also provides essential items to those in need.

Charity Runs or Walks
Participating in charity runs or walks, such as the 7 Bridges Walk, not only promotes team fitness but also raises funds for various causes. Teams can train together and fundraise as a group.

Fundraising Challenges
Teams can compete to see who can raise the most money for a chosen charity within a specified time frame. Creative fundraising ideas, like bake sales, car washes, or charity auctions, can be both fun and rewarding.

Community Clean-Up
Teams can participate in community clean-up projects, such as litter removal or graffiti cleanup. This activity fosters a sense of responsibility for the local environment.

Environmental Conservation
Activities like tree planting, beach cleanups, or wildlife habitat restoration not only contribute to environmental preservation but also promote team bonding through shared responsibility.

Donation Drives
Teams can organise donation drives for items like clothing, school supplies, or toys. These collected items can be given to local schools, shelters, or organisations that support those in need.

Random Acts of Kindness
Teams can perform random acts of kindness in their community, such as paying for someone’s meal, leaving positive notes, or helping a stranger in need.

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