Community Involvement

At Fusion we are proud to be supporting worthy organisations, events and people within our community and we are committed to making a positive difference today and into the future.

“Kindness and compassion are among the principal values that make our lives meaningful. They are the foundation of a good heart, the heart of one who acts out of a desire to help others”  – the Dalai Lama.

Some of the charities, groups and people we currently support include

Vinnies CEO Sleepout

There are more than 100,000 Australians who find themselves homeless each night of the year. Just under half of these are women; a quarter are under the age of 18.On Thursday, 21 June 2012, Jeremy Carter was among over 1,000 CEOs and business leaders from around Australia who slept rough for just one night to raise awareness and funds for Australia’s homeless. More than $5mil were raised and donated to St Vincent de Paul Society’s homeless services across the country.

Ebenezer Christian College

Based in Prospect NSW, the College is an initiative of the Ebenezer Foundation seeking to train children to view life from God’s revelation. The College accepts the Bible as God’s Word and the complete and final revelation of God concerning all matters of faith, truth and practice. As such it forms the foundation upon which the school is built.

PAMA – The Philippine Australian Medical Association

The Association undertakes various charitable activities, including large-scale medical missions to disadvantaged areas in the Philippines. These include providing free medical, dental, ophthalmic, and surgical services that have had a very positive impact on the people who have been cared for. Health workers have also benefited from the preventative health education session which PAMA groups have conducted.


NOTICE: Regarding Unsolicited Emails

We have recently learned of unsolicited emails that are being sent out, claiming to be “Fusion Financial Services” which typically contain the subject line “Invoice Is Ready For [Insert Name].

While the sender may appear to be The Fusion Group, we want to confirm that this is not the case. The email includes a virus in the form of a Word document, claiming to be an invoice from Fusion. In the event that you receive an email that fits this description, close the message immediately and report it as spam.

Thank you,
The Fusion Group

Controlling your Self Managed Super

Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) continue to grow in popularity. What is the large appeal that prompts so many people to go their own way despite all of the obligations and responsibilities of being a trustee – and being regulated by the Tax Office? … more

Are Your Inactive Bank Accounts at Risk?

We’ve all heard about the “lost billions” sitting in idle superannuation funds around Australia but are you aware of what’s happening to hundreds of millions of dollars sitting in “inactive” bank accounts? Read on, you may be very surprised. … more