Fusion Trust

About us

Fusion Trust is a small charitable trust with wide community-oriented objectives. These include promoting individual and community development by furthering personal skills, artistic appreciation, sports, safety and community spirit through understanding of our environment, history and culture.

Our projects have included tidying the historic Woolston Cemetery, graffiti busting, running a variety of programmes in Canterbury’s prisons, mounting photographic exhibitions at Our City Otautahi Gallery, conducting New Zealand wide photographic competitions including that for the Festival of Flowers and Ellerslie Flower Show, running safety forums for ACC, participating in many road safety initiatives in conjunction with ACC, the Police and NZ Land Transport Agency.

An ongoing and important part of our work is driver education including general driving instruction and Street Talk defensive driving advanced driving skills courses. We are working to reduce the social and financial costs of what is an unavoidable component of our modern lives.

We live by our motto:

By working together we achieve more”.

Who we are

Carole Green

Carole Green

Approved Street Talk advanced driving skills Facilitator.

I have been working in the area of Road safety since 2000, involved in implementing programmes within Canterbury Prisons, Fatigue awareness stops in conjunction with Police, road safety education within secondary school in Canterbury.

Frank Green

Frank Green

Frank is Member of New Zealand Institute of Driver Instructors who represent Driver Instructors, Certified I1 Endorsed Driving Instructor, Approved course provider for Street Talk Driving Skills courses (Defensive driving courses) “I am committed to continue working to make roads safer for all road users and save suffering”.

Vanessa Brown

Having been involved with Fusion Trust since 2004, I have assisted with projects at the Trust like cleaning up/landscaping of the Woolston Cemetery, Graffiti Busters; cleaning up graffiti vandalism in the Heathcote/Ferrymead Ward, Safe to Go technician working in the community with child restraints and casual office person for the Trust.