We started working in the social impact space 20 years ago. At the time, Telluride, Colo., was trying to clean up the valley after thousands of festival goers blew through over the summer. We produced our own concert for locals who volunteered four hours. Each volunteer completed tasks like rebuilding trails and campgrounds, cleaning up the river, and learning about the geography of the valley so they could be better stewards of it. Not only did great work get done, but the event provided a way for the community to come together and celebrate itself. It wasn't just a concert and it wasn't just volunteering — the whole became greater than the sum of its parts.
We have since used this model to engage hundreds of thousands of people on six continents for Fortune 100 companies who want to deepen their connections with employees and consumers.
Our goal is to create authentic connections by re-imagining ways in which people can exercise the fundamental desire to help those around them. We invent, design, and produce local experiences that blend culture and civic engagement in an unforgettable way that also makes people want to come back and do more.