Covid-19 Update: We are still offering the opportunity to take part in Team Challenges in person, but with added precautions as a result of the on going Covid-19 pandemic. These precautions include actively implementing social distancing measures, providing gloves and hand sanitizer on site, encouraging the use of masks and implementing a system of track and trace. We have also included a self-assessment in our challenge confirmations, which should help volunteers work out whether attending a Team Challenge is the best thing to do for them. All of these measures are constantly being reviewed as the situation progresses.
Many of the city’s parks and open spaces rely on the support of volunteers to keep their ground looking their best. Working in partnership with over 50 organisations we provide team challenge opportunities for employee-volunteers to support the city’s green spaces.
Who is it for?
● Employee-volunteers who would like to give something back to the local community whilst taking part in an outdoor team building activity
How does it work?
Employee-volunteers can take part in full or half day team challenges with one of the local organisations we work in partnership with to transform an open space.
We run a Big Community Challenge each June where employee-volunteers from across our member organisations work to transform one site over three days and a Team Challenge Week in October which is a series of half day team challenges.
● For employee-volunteers who are interested in taking part, contact us on email@example.com. We will then send through our current opportunities bulletin and work with you to identify a suitable date and location for your team challenge.
For more reasons to get involved, read the case study on this years Team Challenge Week.