Virtual Mural of HOPE – Impact 4 Good


60 to 90 minutes
Home Office
Space Requirement:
Your kitchen table or desk
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In times of distress, your first call is to a first responder. Dispatchers, firefighters, police officers, paramedics and EMT’s are our superheroes. They work long hours around the clock and rush to emergency scenes without thinking twice. We forget that when first responders are busy helping others, their own families take a back seat to complete strangers.
The goal of this event is to create a colorful mosaic mural of praise and hope to donate to a local first responding organization, along with a financial donation. A few days prior to the scheduled virtual team activity, participants receive a paint-by-number panel via mail to their home (approximately 6″x6″), and all materials (paints, brushes, instructions) required to paint. On the day of the virtual event, which can be a weekly program touch point, beginning of the week huddle, or end of the week happy hour, attendees log into a video conference and are greeted by their executive host who kicks off the program. An Impact 4 Good host joins the web conference and talks about the beneficiary of the program and gives instructions about the program and how participants are to complete one key task: painting a single mosaic mural tile.
As individuals complete their panels, the host brings to their attention that individual images on each panel may not convey the total mural, but when placed together, the impact is quite significant, as all the panels will ultimately come together to make up one (or multiple) large colorful mural(s). The host explains that just as everyone has a part in the direction and success of the client’s company, this activity requires everyone to contribute to “The Big Picture” in order to achieve group success. Following the event, participants use a pre-addressed label to mail their completed panel to our warehouse. Impact 4 Good’s team will create a time-lapse video of the assembly of the mural to share with you and your team later, and will send the mural to the beneficiary. NOTE: the mural can be donated to other types of organizations beyond first responders.