- May 23 - June 7, 2023
- You may complete your Acts of Kindness anytime in between these dates.
- Company Coordinators will be asked to report the Acts of Kindness from their employees on an online form.
Participating in the Acts of Kindness Challenge
- Company Coordinators can sign up for the Acts of Kindness challenge via the online form.
- Companies can register one team, but anyone in the company may participate.
- If you wish to contribute an Act of Kindness on behalf of your Company, please contact your Company Coordinator.
- Anyone employee can submit an Act of Kindness on behalf of the company team.
- This year, more than ever, we know there is a great need out there for kindness - in all its forms. There are not a lot of Rules to this challenge, be kind and tell us about it!
- Charities and non-profits need help, your neighbour might need a helping hand, or that frazzled mom behind you in the Tim's drive-through just needs a reminder that someone cares. Volunteer your time, buy a coffee, donate a little money - any Act of Kindness counts!
- Company Coordinators will be asked to submit their Acts of Kindness reporting once a week throughout the Games.
Corporate Challenge Points
- Each team that participates will receive 10 PARTICIPATION points
- SPIRIT Points will be awarded based on the number of Acts of Kindness reported between the event dates:
- 1 to 5 Acts = 50 SPIRIT Points
- 6 to 30 Acts = 100 SPIRIT Points
- 31+ Acts = 200 SPIRIT Points
BONUS POINTS! coming soon.
Principles of Fair Play
Edmonton Corporate Challenge (ECC) reserves the right to disqualify, suspend, remove and/or otherwise sanction any manager, coach, player, spectator, team and/or company that conducts themselves in any manner contrary to the Principles of Fair Play before, during or after an event. Your team is effectively an extension of your company/workplace. As such, all incidents will be reported to the Company Captain and Senior Management at your company.
2. Respect the officials, ECC Staff and volunteers and their decisions.
3. Respect your opponents.
4. Respect your company and represent it well.
5. Maintain your self control at ALL times.
All protests regarding rules, eligibility and unsportsmanlike conduct must be brought to the attention of the ECC organizers immediately (firstname.lastname@example.org). ECC will address the situation immediately and decide on a course of action. The decision of ECC is final regardless of whether or not the rule in question appears in the event rules. Formal complaints may also be lodged with Edmonton Corporate Challenge (by phone or email) within 24 hours of the event/incident in question. ECC Staff members will endeavour to respond to complaints as quickly as possible, particularly in instances where the resolution will directly affect upcoming games.