• Our Impact

    An impressive 3,800 people took on one of our CSR Team Building Challenges last year, donating over £195k to charity! It's fantastic to see first-hand, the growth in the number of companies actively engaging with CSR.

Work with us and we can help your company to change its local community for the better.

We wanted to share with our clients, exactly what their CSR challenge looks like for the charities they are supporting, and hopefully tempt some newbies, who are thinking about a CSR team building event!

​This isn’t just o3e’s impact, it belongs to each and every team that joined us in creating this fantastic legacy. Thank you for making it possible.

Impact Statement 2018

3800 lovely people...

...took on one of our CSR challenges and achieved all this!

397 bikes donated...

...to children and adults for cancer rehabilitation, social inclusion projects, to disadvantaged children and to homeless hostels

26 funky beds...

...donated to children across the UK, supported by Foster Carers and bereavement charities

£4100 donated in cash...

...to amazing causes plus many Christmas presents collected through our Treasure Quest challenges and donated to Help The Aged centres

58 sports wheelchairs...

...donated to disability play clubs and grassroots disability tennis, basketball, and hockey clubs across the UK, breaking down expensive barriers to entry

4 disability trikes...

...donated to individuals and charity play schemes, enabling access to bike riding for children with disabilities

Charity Bike Build

397 Bikes were built by you last year

We are thrilled to be working with The Manchester Children’s Hospital, where we were able to donate an incredible 33 bikes in 2017, through our Charity Bike Build, to the children they support – many of whom are facing chronic illnesses and long-term rehabilitation programmes.

Along with 53 Sports Wheelchairs

Sports Wheelchair Challenges, donated an impressive 53 wheelchairs to grassroots disability sports clubs, allowing children and adults to access wheelchair basketball, hockey and tennis. Read more about these grassroots clubs and the difference these wheelchairs are making by clicking below.

sports wheelchair charity team building

And 26 VERY funky beds!

These funky beds have proved very popular with both our clients and the children receiving them. They have found homes with children in foster care and with children dealing with bereavement. Read more about how these fab beds are making a positive impact.

“What a great event. I was very impressed with the organisation, and every member of your staff I spoke to was lovely. You are very inspirational, and your passion and drive shines through!”

– Tara Carty, Corporate Partnerships Coordinator, Single Homeless Project

And not forgetting our 4 special trikes!

Look at that smile! The 4 trikes built now have homes with some very special children as well as at Disability playgroups, giving more kiddies to chance to learn to ride, and have FUN!

charity team building

And a further £4,100 in cash donations!

Cash donations give charities flexibility, and allow us to support even more charities, where perhaps bikes or wheelchairs are unsuitable. Cash donations are made possible through our events such as The Great Philanthropic Challenge – think Crystal Maze, where gold tickets = cash for charity!

And what about the o3e team?

We’re a very Community minded company and team, which extends beyond just our team building events and work life. Last year, we once again supported The Prince’s Trust’s Palace to Palace Bike Ride  promotional evening, as well as supporting  their World Pay Christmas Fundraiser. 2018 also saw us starting to work with The Pos’Ablity People, running a complimentary Charity Bike Build for their members, where the charity worked with us to ensure our team building events are truly inclusive. We were also able to donate a special bike for one of the young people with disabilities they support. Since relocation to Brighton, we’re now keen supporters of Sailability down in Brighton, with our founder Peter, trained to support people with disabilities out on the water. We funded a grant for a young disabled athlete through Sport Aid, and made a cash donation to the Alzheimer’s charity.

We’re more than happy to lend any of our equipment out to charities for fundraising purposes, please just get in touch! Our bike and wheelchair simulators, plus our Smoothie bike have been put to great use by many charities already, including The Princes Trust and Access Sport.

o3e team photo

Do you know a charity who needs our Performance Wheelchairs?

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