This most powerful team building experience is a deeply immersive opportunity that takes only 90 minutes. Your group gathers at the homes of recipients, where they will beautifully install, decorate, and stage the beneficiary’s first ever permanent living space. Bearing witness to the priceless reaction during the reveal is a life changing experience for all involved. Not only does it afford a “home” and an immeasurable amount of love and hope to the recipient, it offsets the cost of the home creation. Everybody wins. Watch
Sponsor a home with a $7,000 donation.
Bonus Add-On: Send a team to design a home at the ASOH warehouse!
This add-on opportunity allows you and your team to personally custom and design the recipient home from scratch. Ahead of the home visit, you and your team are welcome to enter into the ASOH warehouse to select every item and piece of furniture that will be placed into your recipient home. This is a fun activity that allows you to put on your creative hats on while challenging you to work as a team and ensure the recipient feels the space was crafted specially by your team with the utmost love and care.
Bonus add-on included with additional $3,000 donation.
From décor to room staging, this entire process is completed from the safety of our warehouse in only 90 minutes. This team-building experience packs all of the love, human kindness and results that ASOH is known to deliver. Once the home is staged and completed, recipients arrive and are greeted by you and our ASOH staff at our circle of love before seeing the beautiful reveal of their new home layout. This activity is a great experience for you and your team to build rapport with each other while impacting lives and improving community wellness. Watch
The Warehouse Home Creation Sponsorship is available through a $6,000 donation.
This activity allows your group to create kits that will go into ASOH recipient homes. Prepare welcome home baskets and kits for ASOH recipients. The kits and baskets are designed to serve a specific function or to make a specific room functional. For example cooking kits ensure a fully functional kitchen and yummy cooking. You can suggest your employees donate items for the kits and/ or your company can provide the items.
According to a recent survey conducted by Deloitte across 130 countries, the number one global workforce trend is teamwork.
The ASOH team building experience includes all 5 activities in one—per the top 5 team-building experience activities as directed by the head of the American Psychological Association (APA) Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program
89% of employees believe companies that sponsor volunteer activities offer a better overall work environment. Employees are motived to increase volunteerism activities as it improves wellness.
Volunteers have lower mortality rates, fewer incidents of heart disease, lower blood pressure, experience a reduction in chronic pain (where it existed), declines in pain intensity, decreased levels of disability, depression, and despair.
California Pizza Kitchen
The Honest Company
David W. Ballard, head of APA’s Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program and The Center for Organizational Excellence (COE), and co-author of “The Psychologically Healthy Workplace: Building a Win-Win Environment for Organizations and Employees,” highlighted the five vital elements to effective team building in a U.S. News & World Report.
The best activities are those that:
Research proves one feels healthier, happier, and more motivated after volunteering. Research also suggests helping others makes one feel like they have more time on their hands than they thought.
The best activities allow employees to work together and get physical exercise.
Provides opportunity to get out of the work place.
Eperiences that allow for the development of professional relationships in new settings.
Activities that include eating with the team and allowing for casual conversation in a different environment, letting team members get to know each other outside of work.
LA City Council 10th District
Journey of Faith
Kaufman Legal Group
Level 3 Design
Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern, LLP
Keenan & Associates
Marina Cohn and Family
ASID – UCLA Extension
Specialty Family Foundation
Amy Miller Gross
Charlotte & Gary Gilbert
A Sense of Home strives to prevent homelessness by creating first-ever homes for youth aging out of foster care with donated furniture and home goods. 50% of those struggling with homelessness are former foster youth. The homeless crisis can only end through prevention.
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