Have you heard the buzz? Or, shall we say… bark?
TeamBonding has added a brand new philanthropic team building event to our roster – Paws for a Cause!
The statistics on homeless animals are sobering, but this program will have your team laughing and having a good time as they compete in building much needed items like dog beds, cat scratch pads and toys for local animal shelters and rescue organizations. With several severe weather incidences in recent history, such as Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, and the many tornadoes that have hit the Midwest in recent years, many animals have been displaced from their homes. Animal shelters are almost always at capacity as a result of this unfortunate weather trend.
Paws for a Cause is one way for your group to help our furry friends be as comfortable as possible while they await permanent homes. Whether you are a group of animal lovers, or seasoned event professionals looking for something new in the world of team building, this is an innovative philanthropic program that you won’t want to miss!
In fact, we’ve already teamed up with a great organization in the Boston area to help them in their animal rescue efforts – Black Cat Rescue. In a recent Wordless Wednesday post we told you that black cats are half as likely to be adopted as other cats. Well, Black Cat Rescue is working to make that a thing of the past, and TeamBonding is looking forward to being able to help them as well as other organizations in their work.
Are you a Boston area business interested in a philanthropic team building event? If so, please consider Paws for a Cause so we can get these deserving felines some creature comforts!
Not from Boston? That’s still purrrfect. We’ll set you up to donate to a local area shelter or national relief effort.
At TeamBonding, we are experts at mixing work & play to create team building events, both virtually and in-person globally, for businesses looking to positively impact their company culture, employee engagement and retention, on-the-job effectiveness and job satisfaction.
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