Volunteer with Fusion

Support Team


Rob Watson
Marketing Coordinator & Webmaster
Sally Turley
Merchandise Coordinator
Open Position
Photographer & Videographer
Open Position
Correspondence Secretary

 

 

Jim Turley
Core Handyman
Kim Kelley
Logistics Manager & Parent Liaison
Open Position
Meal Coordinator & Parent Liaison
Open Position
Food & Meal Coordinator

volunteers

Join Fusion Friends & Family and Support the Drum Corps!

Fusion Friends & Family help support the Core. Team up with other parents, alumni and friends to help support the Core. Volunteering will give you the opportunity to be a close observer of the development of a championship team! Without this support, Fusion Core would not be able to provide the education and life changing experience for members that it has become well known for doing so well. No special skills are needed other than your time and dedication to Fusion Members.

 

Why should only members reap the rewards of life-long friendships? Volunteers, too, become the best of friends - friends, and family, for life. The work hours can be long, but the "thank- yous" from the members make your time very worthwhile! There is deep gratification knowing how you have helped people achieve their dreams and goals.

 

Join Fusion Friends and Family - see, feel, and know the rewards for yourself! Ask many of our volunteers why they are now staunch Fusion supporters. This is a rare opportunity to truly make a difference in the lives of some of the most incredible young people in the world!! If you like challenges, enjoy good times.

 

WE NEED YOU! - If you're interested in volunteering, contact Holly Marino

Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer Coordinators are responsible for placement, maintenance, supervising and engaging volunteers. Individuals would be responsible for providing effective networks and communication channels. This position is responsible for coordinating volunteers utilizing sign-up sheets for various performances, events and rehearsals taking into consideration Core schedule. Organization skills needed as well as ability to communicate in a positive manner and troubleshoot questions posed by volunteers.

Food Services

Food Service volunteers work under the supervision of a Volunteer Coordinator. As menus are planned not everyone needs to be a great cook. In most cases it is just a matter of being able to follow directions. If you have cooking skills beyond the basics they will be put to good use. Food Service volunteers are needed one weekend per month for performance days and championships.

 

Responsibilities include:

  • Shopping and preparing nutritious meals for events
  • Maintaining supplies/inventory
  • Serving/breakdown
  • Water management during rehearsals & shows
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    Equipment Maintenance

    Throughout the year we have the need to do preventative maintenance repairs on field equipment. If you have any skills in horn repair, prop building or drum repair - we could definitely use some help! This includes some weekend camps and some of the general maintenance items we have planned during the winter camps and rehearsals. The duties of this position include doing miscellaneous repairs/maintenance to equipment/vehicles as needed. Volunteers for this position are needed one weekend per month from January – August or on an as needed basis.

     

    Ensures optimum operation of field equipment (Horns, Props, Drums, etc.) by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluates new equipment.

    Sewing Uniforms

    The duties of a Uniform Maintenance volunteer include measure, pin, sew, rip seams, wash, press, repair uniforms/flags/accessories. Basic sewing skills are needed. These volunteers will be needed one weekend per month for camps from January - April and every weekend mid June - August. Laundry is done on non-show days. Laundry is a perfect way to contribute if you can't spend a day on the weekend with the Core.

     

    Responsibilities include:

  • Uniform fitting, alterations and distribution
  • Uniform & Flag Maintenance
  • Laundry – Uniforms
  • Inventory Control (works with Business Manager)
  • Loading uniforms into truck, moving to storage
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    Handyperson Mechanic

    Throughout the year we schedule special construction projects, and upgrade our methods of storage and movement. If you have any skills in construction, electrical work, mechanical or welding - we could definitely use some help! This includes weekend camps and some of the general maintenance items we have planned during the winter camps and rehearsals. The duties of this position include doing miscellaneous repairs/maintenance to equipment/vehicles as needed. Volunteers for this position are needed one weekend per month from January – August or on an as needed basis.

     

    Performs routine vehicle maintenance, oil changes, tire rotation etc. as well as Prop building or repairs.

     

     

    Fundraising Coordinator

    Fundraising volunteer is in charge of researching and implementing fund raisers which will include member fee assistance fundraisers and Core profit only fundraisers. This is a flexible position, but will require team building, scheduled meetings with committees and organization management. Candidate MUST be hard working, organized and able to follow through on all projects.

    About Fusion

    Fusion Drum & Bugle Corps is a non-profit organization who provides its members with the opportunity to develop and continue their musical and visual arts education -- all contributing to the cultural enrichment of the community.


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