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Bluehat to attempt 24-hour CSR team building event

Company and its Catalyst Global partners to run Go Give across the world on 12 December

Pictured: corporate teams around the world will participate in Go Give on 12 December

The world's first continuous 24-hour team building activity will be attempted this month by Bluehat Group, in a major event that will give to non-profit organisations.

The company will call upon its network of team building providers from Catalyst Global, which include 42 businesses around the world, to pull off the largest treasure hunt Go Give on 12 December.

Hundreds of corporate groups are expected to take part in the corporate social responsibility (CSR) challenge, which sees participants donate to non-profit organisations from their involvement. Participants will attempt as many checkpoints within a certain timeframe, with each challenge associated to a charity or organisation.

Esther Daniel, head of marketing at Catalyst Global, said the charitable team building activity was backed by science which found that giving helped people feel positive.

"We are buzzing with the excitement of the first global Go Give. Yes we want to participate in the fun that we watch our clients experience every day, but it’s more than that: the thought of how many lives we can positively impact by giving together is exhilarating. 

"So, when you wake up on December 12 you’ll know that somewhere around the globe the people who brought you team building are out there having fun and experiencing the joy of giving."

The 24-hour event can be followed with the hashtag #GoGiveLikeUs.

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