It’s a tenuous time for the meetings and events industry, and for everyone. Just as important as giving fist bumps instead of shaking hands is keeping your teams feeling connected even if they can’t gather. Even in these times of uncertainty, your CSR goals remain intact and we are dedicated to ensuring your company can continue with its teambuilding activities and giving back to local beneficiaries who are still very much in need.
Need a teambuilding event for dispersed teams? We’ve got you covered.
While you may know us best for helping you activate giveback programs in the ballroom, you may not know we’ve also been helping our clients execute successful virtual events and do-it-yourself programs over our 15-year history.
Virtual & DIY Events in Action
At a recent event in Mountain View, California, our lead facilitator was stationed in the main campus, and we used web-based software to enable three smaller satellite offices to log-in and compete in a quiz show in real time. Then, teams in all offices used materials provided to build coding computers for local youth, helping them learn about STEM and coding in a hands-on manner, and impacting their local community. Many of our events can be managed in this manner, giving back to causes you care about most. If a virtual event isn’t in your wheelhouse, DIY programs help you keep everything in-house. We send all the program materials and train an office event lead like we did for an automotive client at 4 different offices. Armed with materials and knowledge, your staff can manage these events and connect your team(s) to the local community by:
- packing basic need/hygiene care kits
- building coding computers to help kids learn about STEM and coding
- assembling stuffed animals or superhero capes for hospitalized children
- packing weekend food bags for students on free/reduced lunch programs in schools
Amidst these uncertain times, we’re here to help! Impact 4 Good will work with you to build an engaging program to match your specifications whether in-person, virtual or DIY. The benefit to you? A connected team, working together to benefit the local community.