• Small Group
    Charity Team Building Challenges

    Charity team building challenges that are perfect for smaller groups. Take on a small group charity team building challenge and see what impact you can make!
CSR skateboard team building

On Board Challenge

This event delivers value to both the client, participants and the community. This small group charity team building challenge lasts for around 2 hours, and begins with a presentation from the charity project. Creating an emotional bond focuses the teams and makes their efforts worthwhile.

On Board is the newest team challenge in the o3e stable at a lower cost alternative to our highly successful Charity Bike Build. This challenge focuses on the assembly and individualising of a skateboard.

Charity Bike Build Lite up to 24 people

Bringing Charity Bike Build to smaller teams. Bring along up to 24 people, and take on this fantastic small group charity team building challenge. You’ll learn ‘the knowledge’ to build your bike, take on team challenges to earn bike parts, and successfully build some fantastic bikes to donate to a charity of your choice.

Charity Bike Build

“I just wanted to 'thank you' again for Friday - you and the guys were brilliant and brought out so much positive energy from the team.”

Charity Bike Build Joiner Team building

Charity Bike Build Joiner up to 8 people

The Charity Bike Build ‘Joiner’ challenge, specifically made for smaller teams, will make a massive impact with your team and your community.

A unique event, offering a socially responsible team building activity, an away day, networking and some social time, specifically for smaller companies or teams.

Join up to 11 other socially responsible, like minded businesses, for an engaging and motivating day. Reward and get to know your team, whilst doing something amazing for your community.

“I really enjoyed the whole experience. I sometimes find team building activities too much like forced fun but this one, I genuinely enjoyed!”

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