CSR Team Building Challenges throughout London
Creating Charity challenges and meaningful CSR team building experiences
Performance Wheelchair Challenge
A fast paced CSR team building challenge that puts participants at the heart of disability sport. Teams compete in engaging team challenges against each other to acquire the essential parts to piece together their Sports Wheelchair Kit. The unique challenges touch on disabled sport including three Paralympic wheelchair events!
o3e Sports’ Wheelchairs are a fantastic way to support grassroots disability sports and help develop the paralympians of the future. All the Wheelchairs built during the Charity Team Building Challenge will be donated to disability charities.
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100% of o3e's CSR team building challenges are focussed on giving back to Charity. That makes us completely unique!
Unique ways to implement and incorporate CSR
Our approach is to make sure every challenge we offer is meaningful. Working closely with charities we know the activity you choose to do with o3e will be very impactful ensuring that the time spent engaging with your employees will make a difference to them and society.
With more than 8 years experience you can be confident that we are passionate about what we do. If it doesn’t have a purpose, then it doesn’t have a place here at o3e.
We have great knowledge and relationships with charities and venues across London and the Home Counties, and are ready to create your meaningful CSR Team Building event with you today.
3800 lovely people...
...took on one of our CSR challenges in 2018!
£4100 donated in cash...
...to charity through CSR challenges.
26 funky beds and fun houses...
...donated in 2018 to children across the UK, supported by Foster Carers, bereavement charities, hospices and children's centres.
397 bikes donated in 2018...
...to children and adults for cancer rehabilitation, social inclusion projects, to disadvantaged children and to homeless hostels.
58 sports wheelchairs... and 4 disability trikes...
...donated to disability play clubs and grassroots disability tennis, basketball, and hockey clubs across the UK, breaking down expensive barriers to entry, and providing access to bike riding for children with disabilities
“I founded O3e in 2011, after many years in the team building event industry. I became frustrated with the amount of money and materials being wasted, and thought there must be a better way. It all came to a head with a ‘polystyrene moment’, being asked to carve and paint 3 blocks of polystyrene to make a totem pole to reflect the organisational values of the business I was working for at the time. I did the only sensible thing you could do and resigned to form what has become a leader in CSR Team Building, o3e.
Our very first event was in September 2011, 170 people in 34 teams, was a great success and enabled us to equip an East London Youth Club with 34 brand new bikes. It was incredibly inspiring, teams spending time together building their team and creating something tangible that makes a profound difference to someone else in our society.
o3e moves from strength to strength, each year we get new customers and each year our old ones come back. Always growing always innovating driven by a single minded passion to make a difference, our portfolio of challenges expands each year. Ask us about what we are working on you may be very surprised what a difference a few hours with capable people can achieve for society.
We’re thrilled that you have found us and hope to work with you soon!”
– Peter Lindsay, Founder of O3e
The event was great and your team were really engaging. The feedback here has been overwhelming positive. I have spoken with some contacts in other organisations, recommending you and I hope you will get further business from this.
It was great to have the opportunity to hear directly from the people supported by the charity
The Wheelchair Challenge day was amazing, everyone really enjoyed themselves and a few people wanted to find out more about organizing their own Team session! I would highly recommend having this on the list again; the catering arrived on time, the basketball coaches were excellent and it was a great cause. I can’t actually think of anything negative that took place!
I would like to thank you for the event yesterday and suggesting Teens Unite to be the recipients. The cause was so appropriate and hearing the work of Teens Unite yesterday from Debbie was a reminder of the reason the team work hard in their roles. Please pass on my sincere thanks to your wonderful team. Everyone really enjoyed the event. I wish you and the O3e team a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.