Helping Hands

Participants are provided with a bag of parts and no idea of what lies ahead.  Typically guests think this is ‘just another team building activity’.

We then show a video that changes their perspective, by highlighting that within the space of 2-3 hours, the group will be able to profoundly change the lives of people around the world.

At the end of the day will be a number of completed mechanical hands that will help landmine victims live a normal life.

In groups of 3, teams then go about building the hands.

There are detailed instructions provided, so all groups are set up for success. As an added challenge, normally guests bind one of their hands during the build process to further remind them of why they are doing the activity.

Often individuals will take on unique roles within the team and, so there will be interesting team dynamics that emerge to debrief at the end of the experience.

A truly inspiring and unique program that can be delivered anywhere.

Quick Facts

Locations : Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Perth
Duration : 2-3 hours
Group Size : 10-200
Venue : Indoors


"Thanks to Hidden Door we provided an engaging and worthwhile CSR component to our conference which is a large part of our networking strategy among our members employees. Thank you Hidden Door."
- Star Alliance

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