Build-a-Wheelchair® is a fun, fast-paced, and worthwhile event that will touch your heart. Second, only to our Bike Build Donation®, Build-a-Wheelchair is the most popular charitable team-building program in America.
We developed and trademarked this program over five years ago. Since then, the program has resulted in the building and donation of thousands of wheelchairs for physically disabled Americans – including our military veterans.
The program starts with a fun icebreaker, which splits your group into teams. Each team will pick their leader and be issued iPads® – loaded with our proprietary apps. Teams will be tasked with answering trivia, solving clues and puzzles, and completing photo and video challenges to earn the points needed to progress their build.
Once teams attain a certain level of points, the team leader can purchase wheelchair parts from our retail “store.” After completing the iPad® challenges, teams will finish assembling the wheelchairs, which will then be inspected by our wheelchair mechanics for safety.
Once all the wheelchairs are assembled and inspected, the games begin! Teams will compete in maneuverability challenges, and in a race to become the winning team. Results from the obstacle race, plus points from the iPad® challenges, will be combined to determine the winning team and award each team member a gold medal.
Teams will then decorate their wheelchairs for the recipients. Whenever possible, a representative of the organization receiving the wheelchairs will attend the ending ceremony and thank your group for their generous donation.
The best part of our “Build-a-Wheelchair” program was working together as a team, whether a faculty member, staff member or a new student. It was fun spirited competitiveness and very well organized! Our group enjoyed it very much and talked about it the whole rest of the afternoon.
|Collaboration & Accomplishing Common Goal|
|Fun & Engaging Interaction|
|Relationship Building & Networking|
Pricing varies depending upon the number of participants (minimum of 30) and includes wheelchairs, the team building program, prep, production coordination and all materials, program design, a professional lead facilitator and staffing.