Win My Cookie Challenge
$414.00 – $1,104.00
- Over 150 challengers so far with only 9 winners! A unique world-first team building experience based on disability, inclusion and our famous cookies!
- Our bakers with various disabilities will teach you how to bake and then you will challenge them to see if you can win by speed, quality and quantity.
- Each person gets to bring home their baked cookies valued at $27.80. On top of that, if you win, you’ll receive a special bag of cookies valued at $15.
- Opportunity to hear our bakers’ stories, break down social stigma about people with disabilities and create social inclusion at the same time.
- Each session generates 15 hours of meaningful employment for up to 5 bakers with disabilities who are paid a decent wage of $20 an hour.
- Every Saturday at Eden Park 2pm – 3pm. Plenty of free parking and accessible.
- For corporate bookings, we welcome group bookings of 18 people, anytime between Tuesdays and Fridays 9am to 5pm. Please contact us via email@example.com
- Great for families, friends, birthdays, celeberation, and corporate team-building.
Do you have what it takes to challenge the bakers at The Cookie Project? Win My Cookie Challenge is unlike any other experience.
In this world-first baking experience, you’ll get a guided tour of our new home at the iconic Eden Park Stadium, our bakers will teach you how to make our famous cookies, and go head-to-head to challenge them to see if you can win by speed, quality and quantity. After the challenge, enjoy browsing our range of cookies with special price.
If your group wins the baking challenge against our bakers, then you will win a special bag of cookies from the bakers valued at $15, and everyone will get to enjoy 20% discount off your next tickets as gifting to your family and friends.
- Group activity: Fun-filled fast pace group activity for family, friends, birthdays and special occasions. Just over one hour for up to 18 people. Young kids from 5 year old accompanied by adults are welcomed.
- Entry to Eden Park: Check out New Zealand’s National Stadium with plenty of free parking at Gate A entry.
- Knowledge: A tour of our new kitchen at Eden Park and learn about our amazing cookie journey.
- Social inclusion: Meet our bakers from various types of disabilities and learn about their stories.
- Equipment: All the gear required to bake – aprons, gloves, hairnets.
- Ingredients: 1kg of cookie dough for each group made with Lewis Road Creamery butter. Contains gluten and tree nuts.
- Light refreshments: Freshly made iced coffee and iced tea.
- Cookies: Each person gets to bring home their 60 pieces of baked cookies, valued at $27.80. Each winner also gets to bring home special cookies from our bakers valued at $15.
- Special deals: Enjoy 20% discount for next tickets and special onsite deals for a range of cookies
- Social Impact: Each session generates at least 15 meaningful employment hours for 5 bakers at a decent wage of $20 an hour.
What do participants think?
Peter Reidy | CEO of Fletcher Construction
Took my Executive Team to Eden Park to make cookies with the incredible team behind The Cookie Project – a business worthy of your support which supports Kiwis with disabilities into well paid jobs. Purpose is the glue that holds people together and they don’t come any more purposeful than Eric and his team. We rolled, shaped and learned a lot. And then we ate the biscuits! Eric, Andrew, Lawrence, Praveen, Stacy and team – an enormous thanks to you for the inspiring 90 – your warmth, energy, enthusiasm and baking skills were quite something to see. But even more importantly you taught us a lot about how to bring real purpose to our work and the success that true purpose can bring. I know many of our team will be back with their families to experience The Cookie Project again.
Haylee Putaranui | Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Fonterra
Manaakitanga (care) and whanaungatanga (belonging) are two of our Co-op values which capture our friendship and support of The Cookie Project. Throw in some delicious cookies and a side serve of healthy competition to get a fun afternoon for which we will be back again – thank you for having us The Cookie Project whānau!
Jovita Stellmacher | People Experience Partner at Yellow
Thank you Andrew Siew (He/Him), Eric Chuah (He/Him) and the wonderful team of bakers at The Cookie Project for an incredible (and delicious!) baking experience! Your purpose and passion are nothing short of inspiring. We will be back!
Tracey Taylor | CEO at Yellow
Andrew and Eric, you are your team touched our hearts and bought us so much joy yesterday. Thank you for all you do, we look forward to partnering further with you.
- Lawrence – Cookie Speedy who is our eldest baker in his 50s but don’t let his age fool you. There’s a reason why we call him Speedy and he represents the cognitive disability group.
- Stacey – Cookie Hostess in her 40s who had a kidney failure and had to volunteer her entire life until she came to The Cookie Project and she represents the physical disability group.
- Parveen – Cookie Captain in his 30s who is 100% blind and representing the sensory disability group and team leader.
- Caleb – Cookie Oven Master in his 20s with neurodiversity who holds fascinating conversation and represents the cognitive disability group.
- Ngā Hou – Cookie Princess in her late teens with the sweetest smile. Unlike other princesses, she is not afraid of hard work and she works hard with the aim to become our lady boss in the future. Ngā Hou is our youngest baker and represents the cognitive disability group.
The Story Behind the Win My Cookie Challenge
Without a doubt, we know that when visitors come to our kitchen and bake cookies with us, their eyes are opened to the ability of our bakers and the quality of our product.
We receive multiple requests of people wanting to check out our kitchen and meet our bakers each week – so we thought, how could we make this into a fun and educational experience, and create another employment opportunity for our bakers while we’re at it?
So, having seen how fast, accurate and hard-working our bakers are when making cookies, we thought a bit of friendly competition could clearly showcase just how capable people with disabilities can be!
And that’s how the Win My Cookie Challenge started.
Go up against our bakers and see if you can take their cookies home. But be prepared as you’ll be up against some tough competition… Will you accept the baker’s challenge?
Questions? Just pop them in the enquiry form or email us firstname.lastname@example.org