Give a Helping Hand with Team Tactics new Charity Team Building Event.

Team Tactics have been providing exceptional corporate events in the UK since 1995, specialising in team building activities. In January 2023, Team Tactics launched a unique new charity event. ‘Give a Helping Hand’ is an incredible combination of team building with a life changing charitable element.

For this event teams will work together to build a prosthetic hand using only one hand per team member, encouraging communication and collaboration within the group. Once built the hand will be delivered to a developing country for an individual in need.

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Why Charity Events?

In a world where we are more aware of social inequality, there is an increased expectation for businesses to act responsibly and ‘give back’, corporate social responsibility is important to many businesses as both consumers and employees are more selective in the corporations they associate with. In a survey of adults in the UK by YouGov, 41% of them thought that businesses should do more for charity.

In 2022, Team Tactics charity team building events increased by 150% compared to events held in 2019. After seeing a huge increase in interest for these events and the limited existing options available in the UK, Team Tactics has set out to create new, exciting and unique charity team building events to offer to their clients. Founder and managing director of Team Tactics Tina Benson discovered Give a Helping Hand whilst researching new charity focused team building activities.

The First Event

Give a Helping Hand was launched on the 16th of January through the Team Tactics website and social media pages including LinkedIn and Instagram. Team Tactics team hosted their first event on the 26th of January.

When asked about the event the client said “A really powerful team exercise – building prosthetic hands for those impacted by conflict, violence, disability and accidents… It was a fantastic, we were able to listen, engage, connect and laugh. Really positive especially the impact of the event”

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