It’s time for your team to relive their childhood and improve the childhood of others at the same time during this event, which benefits a non-profit. The non-profit is one that needs sports equipment donated in order to thrive – Boys & Girls Club of America, Police Athletic Leagues or a multitude of others. We’ll provide a list of suggestions, but the final choice is yours!
Before the event date, our event leader contacts the non-profit to determine what type of sports equipment they need. This equipment is then purchased and relay games are created using this. Additional equipment from our warehouse is implemented to enhance the delivery of the games. As the group enters the event area, excitement fills the air. Colorful flags are on display, jock rock fills the air getting the group pumped up for the event and participants receive team identification that gets them to the lane line they’ll be competing in that day. Next, the emcee kicks off the event, welcoming the group and introducing the charity that will receive the game equipment at the end of the day.
Then, it’s time for the games to begin! Half of the teams play, while half watch the first game. Then they switch places, so those who were watching get to play and this rotation goes on throughout the activity. This gives players a well-deserved rest in between games. The number of relays played will vary dependent on the chosen length of the event, but a good rule of thumb is one new game every 15 minutes. Relay games – which are submitted for your approval prior to the event - will vary based on what equipment the charity requests, but sample games could include:
At the end of the event, the emcee reveals which team won based on points earned for performance in the games plus any bonus points earned for the best team banner. After they come forward to collect their award medals, the real prize winner - the charity - comes forward to collect the equipment donated by your company. So, whether your participants win or lose their game, they were all good sports for participating in an event that gives kids the gift of play!
|Ideal Group Size||
40 or more participants
|Ideal Team Size||
12 participants per team
2 – 3 hours
This event can be held indoors or outdoors
|Level of Customization||
Client logo on award medals
Relationship building, competition, problem solving, strategy, creativity, time management, high-energy
Equipment used for the games (balls, hula hoops, etc.) is donated to the charity.
Approximately 18 sq. ft. per person
|Set Up Required||
Six or eight foot draped and skirted tables as needed for supplies (dependent on number of participants). Power for the DJ (standard outlet) is required.
Note: Based on event location and group size, event details may differ slightly from above description