This is an engaging “CAN-struction” event that fosters creativity, teamwork, and competition. Teams will work together to build variously themed structures out of non-perishable food items. The food items will ultimately support a local food bank charity of your choice This event will leave everyone feeling positive and have a significant impact on the community.
What is the End Hunger Games?
How does it work?
Break into teams and compete in a series of challenges to win non-perishable food items
Test your creativity and problem solving by working together to see who can make the most unique design out of their items
Give back by donating the non-perishable items to your local food bank of choice
Key Outcomes & Benefits:
- A sizable food donation
- Focus on communication, teamwork and collaboration
- Boost morale
- Build camaraderie
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On behalf of the Management team, I would like to officially Thank You for leading our teams today through “End Hunger Games”! The feedback from our community was overwhelmingly positive and a great way to end our day. The donation to the Food Bank resonated with us all and was the best part of the exercise.
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