The 1-2-3 Challenge is an all-encompassing programme that offers the best benefits for both your organisation and the hospice, but what does it mean for your staff?
Easy as 1-2-3
The 1-2-3 Challenge is made up of three parts: your teams will be encouraged to volunteer, organise and challenge themselves. There’s a whole host of ways to get involved. For example, volunteering in our Shop Wars, or at our community events; or organising coffee mornings or bake sales at work.
The ‘challenge’ element is for anyone who wants to get the adrenaline flowing, from skydives to sponsored walks we have something for everyone.
Leader board: November 2017
|2.||Brownhill Insurance Group||5,910|
|3.||Lloyds Banking Group||3,144|
|4.||Marks and Spencer Beckenham||660|
|7.||The Accenture Foundation||380|
|9.||HSBC South and South East||200|
|10.||Property World Penge||100|
Points mean prizes (the Corporate Champions Cup!)
All of these activities equal points, allocated per person, giving individuals a real sense of ownership in the 1-2-3 Challenge. Points are tallied up and at the end of each tax year, the winners are awarded our coveted Corporate Champions Cup!
Examples of points include (but are by no means limited to):
|Activity||Points (per person)|
|Organise a coffee morning, 5km run, take part in St Christopher’s Moonlight, Bluebell or Fun Walk||10|
|10km run, pub quiz, shop refit, gardening||20|
|10km challenge, Great River Race||30|
|Half marathon, 25km challenge||50|
|Skydive, Black tie event, 50km challenge, marathon (own place)||100|
|75km challenge, marathon (Golden Bond place)||150|
“We have enjoyed a great relationship with St Christopher’s for 4 years and during that time have made available over 100 days volunteering. These were across a range of activities and all colleagues return with a real sense of pride. I look forward to many more years working together.”
Terry Weddell, Bank Manager of Lloyds East Dulwich branch