Design, build and set up a traditional food stall on a motorbike sidecar and help a local in need with his first day of service: food stalls often sell items such as banana pancakes, noodles, or deep-fried sausages.
- To plan and organize a community event
- To consider ways to achieve corporate social responsibility
- To improve cooperation as a team
- To work on creativity, critical thinking and innovation
- To consider ways in CSR can be translated into a work environment
- To learn new skills with uses outside the workplace
- To explore a new culture
Participants are put into teams and given the task of choosing a design for a vendor stall and helping to build it for a donation to a needing family selected by our partnering beneficiary organization. Participants will then also help to operate the vendor stall after construction for a short period of time.
Typical challenges involved in this activity are designing and constructing the food stall, purchasing ingredients and materials, preparing food and promoting and selling it on the street as well teaching the vendor how to keep his inventory and finance in order.
The location for the event is usually at the client’s hotel, nearby park or at the beneficiary’s location.
Scoring and a winning team is not applicable as this is not a competitive activity, however this may be implemented upon the client’s wishes.
Insurance and instructor supervision are important safety factors with any event, and in the event of an emergency, transport and medical backup will be standing by.
The event briefing takes place at the activity location or the client’s hotel meeting room or lobby. In the briefing the group is separated into teams and introduced to the facilitators, then the lead facilitator gives an introduction of the event including instructions and objectives for the activity.
In the de-brief the lead facilitator goes through the event challenges and asks each team questions to assess their own performance before announcing and awarding the winning team if applicable.
There’s also time for providing further donations to the beneficiary and a group photo with the people of the beneficiary.
Briefing and de-brief usually take around 15 minutes each but can be extended upon request for more in-depth analysis of team performance.
The half day program takes up to 4 hours and the full day program up to 8 hours.
09.00 am – Event brief by lead facilitator
09.15 am – Teams receive parts, equipment and designs to begin construction of vendor stall
Teams have 2.5 hours to construct the vendor stall
11.30 am – Teams finish constructing vendor stall
11.45 am – Teams handover vendor stall to selected vendor
12.00 pm – Teams help the vendor to sell food from the newly constructed stall
12.30 pm – Teams enjoy food from the stall
12.45 pm – Event de-brief and group photo
01.00 pm – End of the program
People per Team
Below are three options for the CSR Food Truck Challenge with different inclusions and rates all tailored to best match your budget and requirements. The Bronze option is a fixed program with few inclusions but the Silver and Gold packages include extra benefits and allow selection of some or all challenges. On the pricing page we offer further optional extras. The full day activity will have up to double the number of challenges.
All options include
One Western lead event facilitator
One bottle of water per person, first aid kits, rain coats
Parts and materials for one sidecar per 40 pax
Return transfer by minivan
One facilitator per 40 pax
Parts and materials for one sidecar per 20 pax
One facilitator per 20 pax
+Ingredients and tools for cooking
+Food for participants
+Mechanic to assist with assembling parts
+Free photos taken by facilitator
Premium parts and branded materials for one sidecar per 20 pax
One facilitator per 20 pax
+Two mechanics to assist teams
+Additional donation to beneficiary
+Colored headbands to use