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PossibiliTEAMS is pleased to offer charitable team building activities designed to help build your team while providing a tangible benefit to society. Whether it’s helping needy kids, the homeless or the elderly, or doing something that’s good for the environment, our charitable events will let your team make a positive difference in the community.

Onsite At Your Meeting Place or Workplace

PossibiliTEAMS offers a variety of onsite charitable team building programs that can be held just about anywhere, included onsite at your corporate campus or in your hotel ballroom or other meeting place. Our onsite charitable programs are great a great choice for groups with a tight schedule and no time to travel offsite.

  • Gears of Teamwork - Bike building for underprivileged kids, to be donated to your local Boys & Girls Club or other nonprofit organization serving young people.

  • Canned Food Construction Challenge - Teams unload, sort and pack canned goods and other non-perishable food items, household supplies and other necessities into food boxes for underprivileged families.

  • Furniture Building Workshop - Assemble IKEA furniture to be donated to your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore, a local refugee housing services program, or other human services organization.

Offsite Wherever There's a Need

For groups able to travel offsite from their workplace or meeting place, PossibiliTEAMS can get you organized and mobilized to make a difference.  We’ll connect you with a worthy charity project, arrange transportation to and from the site and provide all the logistical support you’ll need.

For More Information

Click the button below or call us at (888) 225-3610 to learn more about charitable team building with PossibiliTEAMS.





  • Collaboration

  • Creativity

  • Leadership

  • Having Clear Roles

  • Stretching Comfort Zones


  • Having Fun

  • Shared Experience

  • Team Spirit Boost

  • Celebrating Success

  • Increased Confidence Levels


  • 30 to 300 people


  • 3 hours