Terminus Legion needs you! We are a volunteer organization and we are ALWAYS looking for volunteers. We need help at every home game tailgate: setting up and breaking down our tailgates, ID’ing guests, and selling merchandise and memberships. For match days, there are also opportunities to help with the tifo and the music. Plus, we need help with our watch parties. On top of all that, we have a communication team constantly pushing out information and content, so we need people to help with that. If you have something you love to do or are very passionate about and would like to help Terminus Legion, let us know! We can always use a variety of skills.
Volunteering is a great way to support the organization and meet new people, and you can use your skills to help make the Terminus Legion a great organization. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get plugged in, and look for emails and posts on the Terminus Legion Member Discussion Facebook page for upcoming volunteer opportunities.
ONE OF TERMINUS LEGION’S CORE VALUES IS SERVICE.
TERMINUS LEGION MEMBERS SERVE AROUND METRO ATLANTA THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
10/6 SOCCER IN THE STREETS BLACK TIE SOCCER GAME
9/23 SOCCER IN THE STREETS CORPORATE CUP.
Terminus Legion members volunteered at Soccer in the Streets’ Corporate Cup event held at Grady High School in Downtown Atlanta.Terminus Legion volunteers set up goals, tents, and ran the check-in tables and raffle tables.
A group of Terminus Legion members worked with Habitat for Humanity on a house project. They participated in Day 5 tasks, which included painting the entire house, shingling the roof and porch work.
Big thanks to Rebecca Webb for making this happen and to all of the volunteers who helped with the work.
Terminus Legion members served their community by doing garden work in the Pittsburgh Community Garden. This project was in conjunction with the Rights 2 Life Foundation. Learn more about them here. And see pictures of what the group accomplished here.
Over 20 Terminus Legion members volunteered at Soccer in the Streets’ ATL Champions League event held at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground – Home of Atlanta United. Plus Terminus Legion raised over $3000 for the organization
Soccer in the Streets hosted the 2018 ATL Nations Cup at Grady High School in Midtown Atlanta.
Terminus Legion raised over $2,000 through our tailgates and watch parties. Plus we provided players and volunteers to help support the event.
Charitable Service Coordinator and Board Member Rebecca Webb led a group that worked on the Woodlands Garden in Decatur. Members helped with mulching, trail maintenance, invasive plant removal and more.
Terminus Legion members Andrew Ericson and Bobb Caligiuri are very active in Castleberry Hill Athletic Club’s efforts to build Old Trenholm. The weekend was spent cleaning up the site, building a fence and more in preparation for their groundbreaking on Monday for Phase One of their Trenholm Community Project. Find out more about the project here.
Check out photos from the weekend at our Flickr album.