facebook Gift a Livelihood | CSR Team Building Activity

Gift a Livelihood

In this meaningful team activity, teams sufficiently equipped with tool kits are challenged to put together a humble rickshaw. Be forewarned, it is not as simple as it looks.

In an emotional finale, these rickshaws are then donated to specific NGOs/ unemployed youth, who drive away not just with a rickshaw but with a lasting source of daily livelihood. What a way for the team to create a long-lasting impact!

Business Impact

Ideally Suitable For

  • Entry-level Employees
  • First-time Managers
  • Individual Contributors
  • Middle Managers
  • Senior-level Managers

The delivery will be customised as per the needs of the learning cohort.

What you will learn in Gift a Livelihood

How is this activity available?

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

Download our PDF

Learn more about this solution by accessing our brochure. Feel free to share it with anyone you know who could benefit from it.

Available in -

  • Instructor-led Training (ILT) Instructor-led Training (ILT)
  • fun challenges Duration: 120-150 minutes
  • 25+ fun challengesIdeal for: 10-40 participants at a time
  • Customization: Debrief can be customized

Gift a Livelihood helps teams:

  • Handle complex information and ambiguity
  • Achieve a unified goal
  • Boost employee morale, motivation, and engagement
  • Foster a sense of purpose
  • Cultivate a collaborative and inclusive work environment
  • Foster a sense of community

Frequently asked questions

Don’t see an answer to your question?
Drop us an email and we will get back

smile circle face

Rectangular tables with flat tops are needed for the activity. Usually, hotels use 6 x 2 ft rectangular tables, and these are good enough as long as the surface is smooth. We have also managed with circular tables when rectangular ones have been unavailable.

Yes, we break the team to smaller groups of 6-8 people to ensure everyone is engaged. Placing Dominos is a taxing task, team members would need to switch roles and take up additional responsibilities during the course of the challenge. This keeps everyone engaged.

In all experiential activities, the teams participating don’t necessarily have to succeed for the learning outcomes to be achieved. Having said that, 80% of teams doing this activity succeed in varying degrees.

Thousands of businesses of all sizes, from
startups to large enterprises trust us

  •  compnany logo

    We need a high energy program which makes each member truly belong to the team”. This was the brief we gave to FocusU team. We were glad we decided to go with them because all the activities that the team did were high on energy with a specific focus in mind. At the end, we came out as a better team, knew so much about each other. There was lot of trust, bonhomie and 'can do' attitude at the end.

    Rob Aldridge
    Acision UK Business Operations Manager
  •  compnany logo

    All our employees really enjoyed the team building session. It was very engaging and entertaining. Very well organized, and explained. The facilitators were fantastic, displaying a perfect personality for such events. Everything was perfect.

    Apurva Sharma
    Futures First Info Services Pvt. Ltd Sr. Manager - HR & Operatiions
  •  compnany logo

    FocusU did a great job of helping us pick the activity to suit our organization, which has people from diverse backgrounds and age groups. Not only did the team guide us in choosing the best fit, they also went an extra mile to understand our organizational objectives, time constraints and varying expectations to tailor make sessions that everyone enjoyed to the hilt!

    Archana Srivatsan
    Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Special Assistant to the Director, India Country Office
  •  compnany logo

    We were initially apprehensive on how the team building event would play out, as we had not worked with FocusU earlier. However, FocusU exceeded our expectations; they did a wonderful job in bringing together a diverse group of people. At the end, there were only smiles and laughter. A special mention for “Pixel Challenge” – the painting that we created as a team, is something we proud of!

    Mukesh Soni
    J.P. Morgan Asset Management Vice President