Central events are challenges organised for employees by the Giving Something Back team.
These annual trips are promoted to all employees across each of our businesses in the UK and overseas, with employees fundraising for charity to take part. Employees raise a minimum amount, and pay a registration fee before the event and in return Bibby Line Group pays for the challenge.
This is a popular part of our programme, offering fantastic once in a life-time opportunities to travel alongside other employees from across our businesses.
Previous international events have included treks in the Grand Canyon, Himalayas and Cambodia as well as volunteering to build community buildings in Brazil, Kenya and Nepal.
UK events have included treks along Hadrian’s Wall, the Jurassic Coast and the Lake District Four Peaks challenge.
No experience is necessary for these challenges just enthusiasm, motivation and the desire to take on a challenge for your chosen charity.
Take on the ultimate UK challenge and climb the three highest peaks in in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park. Tackle the 25-mile trek within 12 hours, to join the official ‘Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club’, but of course, you can enjoy this stunning challenge at your own pace. No experience necessary, just enthusiasm, motivation and a desire to take on a challenge for your chosen charity.
Our challenge begins in Dharamsala, where the Tibetan Community is based, before taking you through Hindu settlements and Buddhist Monasteries, ending with a visit to the Taj Mahal. No experience necessary, just enthusiasm, motivation and a desire to take on a challenge for your chosen charity.
Employees email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest or find out more.
Deadline for registration: 15 February 2018. Places are limited, but may still be available after this date. To check, contact GSB Team.
Despite torrential rain and excessive heat, 19 adventurous Bibby Line Group colleagues embarked on the trek of a lifetime through the rice paddy fields, the muddy mountains and shady jungles of Cambodia – all in the name of charity. Over five days, the group trekked 85 km (53 miles), battling blisters and mosquitos to get to the finish line. Between them, the group raised an incredible £34,000 for their chosen charities.
Take a look at our gallery, stories and GSB Facebook page for some inspiration.