Whether your work environment is serious or light hearted, take advantage of ‘Fun at Work Day’ and add a little joy to your co-worker’s lives. Here are some ideas to get your imagination spinning with fun and your work breaks teaming with laughter.
- Surprise co-workers with a little gift on their desk when they arrive.
- Bring a camera and take snapshots being silly, post them on your bulletin board.
- Play a Minute-to-Win-It game
- Share your uncommon talent (wiggling ears, whistling, double joints)
For the past 5 years owners of Dream Dinners in Knowllwood Plaza of Granada Hills, CA has celebrated their store anniversary with a fundraiser to help thier community. This year, for their 5 year anniversary, they did something a little different.
The story began with Vitalia, ( A Dream Dinners customer and neighbor of Misty Kester), she wanted to do a fundraiser for her family. A mutual friend, Kati, did a benefit concert and donate the proceeds, but wanted to do more.
|Help us raise money and awareness for Prader-Willi syndrome research Cruiser bike riders gear up for 203 Miles of Heartfelt Fundraising! 10,000 cyclists will ride 203 miles in the STP (Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic). But in a couple of weeks, a team of 17 men and women will fly in from around the west coast and do something die-hard bicyclists wouldn’t dare – ride a heavy, single speed 42-pound old fashioned beach cruiser in the Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic. Other riders used to laugh at them and call them “showoffs”. But now days, the team gets respect and encouragement, even a thumbs up from other cyclists who cheer their cause.|
Dream Dinners Co-founder, Stephanie Allen, loves networking online and finding great websites and blogs full of information to share with others. Here are a few of her current favorites:
We never cease to be amazed by how much our Dream Dinners’ store owners involve themselves in community, helping those in need, raising money or hosting awareness events. Phil and Sheila Harris, owners of our Poway, CA store have taken an idea that started with helping the needy at home, and reached around the world to families in Tanzania. Here is a recent article about their work.