Charity Team Building: Did You Ever Know That You’re a Hero?

It never fails: we all gasp and grieve at reports of holiday fires when hard working families lose everything but the clothes they’re wearing, and it seems much worse precisely because it happens during the holiday season. It’s a relief to know that emergency response teams stand ready to help such unfortunates, but wouldn’t it be great if you could do something to help, too?

Well, you can! You and your company can partner with firemen and emergency volunteers in your community to become a kind of “auxiliary” first-responder.

How? The Rescue Buddies™ Stuffed Animal Team Building Workshop, a charity team building event that will make a life-changing difference in the lives of a needy family and yours as well.

The Stuffing Dreams Are Made Of

Imagine how heartsick parents feel watching all their worldly possessions go up in flames. No Christmas tree and no presents for their children to open. Technically, it may not be the end of the world, but that heartbroken family probably feels that way.

Stuffing a Teddy bear into a bag may seem too little to offer after such a horrific family tragedy, but to a traumatized child, it can provide a wellspring of comfort and hope that will keep on giving long after the holidays are over. Know what that makes you? A hero! In the eyes of a grateful child, you’ll be as important as Santa Claus!

 Creating Memories and Building Relationships

Now multiply that child’s joy by the number of people on your corporate team, and you’ll have a treasure trove of holiday memories that will last a lifetime. Through the Rescue Buddies™ Stuffed Animal Team Building Workshop you’ll not only partner with local firefighters and other first responders, you’ll partner with your colleagues as well, getting to know each other on a whole new level.

Consider planning a charity team building activity that will help bring comfort to a deserving family this holiday season. It’ll be the best investment of your time, talents, and heart you’ll ever make. Happy holidays!