Community Service


  • A “Beary” Fun Event

    A “Beary” Fun Event

    The feel-good from this design-a-bear event is touching and indescribable as your group generosity is felt throughout the hospital community. Get ready to play some hilarious bear games, then stuff and costume bears to bring a smile of joy to a child.

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  • A Gift for Teaching

    A Gift for Teaching

    Devoted teachers spend between $500 and $1,000 of their own money to buy school and personal hygiene supplies for their students. In this action-oriented hunt, you’ll compete to solve clues relating to grade-school subjects – geography, math, science and more – to earn highly needed school supplies.

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  • Artful Giving

    Artful Giving

    The traditional hospital setting is exemplified by white, sterile walls and ceilings. Examining rooms, waiting rooms, corridors are all too often colorless, lifeless, and certainly not inviting. Change that experience as you paint pre-drawn colorful art canvases. You provide nothing but the heart – no artistic talent is necessary.

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  • Bike Building

    Bike Building

    Many inner city youth would give everything for a bright shiny new bike! In this event, your team is tasked with assembling bikes of all sizes while joining in challenges to get the tools to assemble the bikes, or create a fun obstacle course where they use the bikes and compete against the other teams in a race against the clock.

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  • Book Worms

    Book Worms

    Build bookshelves to enhance community schools and libraries to encourage reading. Your group will build and design bookshelves, then fill them with books. An ongoing book drive within your corporation can keep the giving alive.

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  • Caring Connections

    Caring Connections

    In a diverse and collaborative environment, business gets done through the knowledge and relationships of the people on the team. Get to know your colleagues in a whole new light as you earn minutes on a phone card for soldiers overseas. While your group builds connections among each other, they are also connecting with a soldier – and allowing a soldier to connect with his friends and family!

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