5 Incredible Ideas For Charity Team Building Events


Corporate social responsibility(CSR) is always a satisfactory act, but you derive more fun when doing the activities in groups. So for your next CSR, incorporate a bit of charity to support the less fortunate in your society. If you aren't sure how to start, here are five charity team-building ideas to get you on track.

1. Attend a Spring Fling Dance

The famous high school dance inspires the spring fling dance. Get a large dance space and give out tickets in exchange for donations. You could connect with donors to offer snacks and drinks and then use the ticket money to support the needy. Choose a spring theme that guarantees great costumes to add flavor to the dance and attract many participants. For example, masquerade ball or 80's prom.

2. Dress The Needy

Many homeless children and even adults dress in rags and non-protective clothes. A fun and interactive idea for charity team building is to dress up the less fortunate. Distribute materials to different teams and let the members create clothes and accessories. The team with a unique design wins, but clothes from all teams get donated.

3. Work at a Food Bank

Many food banks are always on the lookout for volunteer groups, so you can sign up your entire team to participate. Host a food campaign and request your employees, clients, and customers to donate non-perishable food items. Then, take the collected food items to your local food bank to be distributed to the needy. You can do the below activities at a local food bank:

  • Sort and pack food
  • Deliver food boxes and meals to people who can't leave their houses
  • Collect food at mobile pantries and drive-through drop-offs

4. Do a Car Wash

Car washes are a great way to take a task off someone else's shoulder and channel the money into charity. Plan and promote the car wash on social media or word of mouth to prepare donors. Host the car wash at a visible and easily accessible location from high-traffic areas. Get plenty of space to wash and collect money from customers, then donate the money or buy items for the needy.

5. Perform an Instrumental-Playing Competition

Organize teams to join an instrumentalists' marathon and invite other members to participate. Let the teams compete to see which team raises the highest amount. Other than fund-generation, instrumental marathons create suitable opportunities for in-person connection. You could also invite attendees to request a play to their favorite song for an additional fee.


Seasonal charity team-building events—like those at event groups like Magnovo Training Group, LLC—give the public a chance to connect with your organization. Spring is a great time to create or rekindle a connection with your donors. Once you hold a successful spring event, you can redo the event every year to put a smile on other people's faces.


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