Team spirit for
kids with cancer

Your business can support children with cancer, while at the same time reinforcing team spirit between co-workers!

More and more companies, concerned about the well-being of their employees, are encouraging sports activity and activities that strengthen ties between colleagues.

Many now encourage their team to participate in an event under the company baner. These actions also provide the company with significant visibility.


At our annual Day4life event which takes place in September in Rolle, you have the opportunity to register a team that will represent your company. Zoé’s Challenge is a team building event accessible to all, which does not require any special skills and is done as a team in order to strengthen solidarity between the group. Based on a pedestrian rally, teams must, using a map and various clues, find positions scattered across the city. At each station playful, funny challenges or puzzles to solve await them. During the months preceding the challenge, the teams collect funds to support the actions of Zoé4life. Many teams are made up of employees from the same company. .

Sports Events

Involve your employees in sports challenges and team building activities. Zoe4life is present at many events such as Les 20km de Lausanne or Race for Gift. Register teams and run with Zoe4life t shirts! .

Other ways to support Zoé4life

Other than sponsorship and donations, here are other ideas on how your business can support Zoé4life and involve your team of employees. We’ll help you design a plan that works just for you:

  • Lunch4life : Each employee brings a dish that will be sold with the others during lunch. The whole company plays the game of buying their meal on the spot. The collection (fixed price or to your heart’s wish) is donated to Zoé4life.
  • GOLD in September: Mobilize your employees during International Childhood Cancer Awareness Month by encouraging them to wear the GOLD ribbon. Sold at the symbolic price of CHF 1, wearing the ribbon is a sign of solidarity for children with cancer and their families.
  • Cooking Workshop: The employees of one company made chocolate in a workshop at a chocolate maker’s and then sold their creation for the benefit of Zoé4life.
  • Salary rounding: The company proposes a rounding off of their employees’ salaries. This means that employees agree to leave a few cents each month for the benefit of Zoe4life. The IT system is entirely set up by our partner Swissdon. This is the nano-donation principle, because all donations count, no matter how small! li>