Not all heroes wear capes!

Not all heroes wear capes! And sometimes, wanting to do good is as simple as making the decision to do so, like what our clients at Prudential Assurance Company Singapore did a few weeks back! The programme wasn’t complicated, but definitely meaningful. If you’re planning for a small CSR team building programme for your team next year, you can consider building a bike for kids like what Get Out! Events did for our clients.
  1. Pick a beneficiary – not all beneficiaries are willing to accept donations in kind, so check around, make a few calls before you decide to embark on your activity.
  2. Buy the right item – Bikes come in all sizes for kids of all ages, so make sure you have a good variety before you start on your activity!
  3. Make it interesting – It’s still a team building programme after-all, so make sure you come up with a few challenges and games while building the bicycles so it doesn’t feel like a mundane chore. It’s always important to have fun while doing good!
  4. Find the right venue – Our clients ran this activity at our restaurant in CHIJMES. You should find a venue who’s willing to give you the space, and also something to eat and drink during this activity!

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