Are you tired of bake sales, car washes, candy sales and raffles? Turn your fundraising into a “FUN raiser!” Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun offers non-profit organizations an opportunity to raise money while working in a high energy, fun and exciting atmosphere! If you have any questions after reviewing this information, please contact the Human Resources team at:
The Worlds of Fun FUN Raising program allows non-profit organizations to volunteer as a group at Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun. Groups participate by working in an assigned position in the park. All volunteers must be at least 16 years of age and cannot be currently employed by Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun.
Volunteers must bring a valid original state or school issued photo ID as proof of age each time they fundraise at the park. Volunteers who do not bring proper identification will not be permitted to fundraise. Working adult chaperones are required for any volunteers under the age of 18.
Donations to Your Organization
Your non-profit organization can raise a lot of money fundraising at Worlds of Fun & Oceans of Fun!
|Shift||5 Volunteers||15 Volunteers||30 Volunteers|
These rates are based on all volunteers completing a full 8-hour shift in good standing. Donations will be prorated based on the number of volunteers and the shift length. If your organization fails to complete a shift in good standing (i.e. brings fewer volunteers than expected, arrives late or leaves early), $10 per volunteer will be deducted.
Your organization can earn extra money by volunteering during the following times:
|Shift||5 Volunteers||15 Volunteers||30 Volunteers|
|Friday Night Buyouts||$16.67||$50||$100|
|Weekdays in May-August||$33.33||$100||$200|
|Memorial Day Weekend||$50||$150||$300|
|Labor Day Weekend||$50||$150||$300|
|Thrill U School Days||$83.33||$250||$500|
All donations will be made directly to the non-profit organization. A current W-9 Form (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification Form) must be on file before a check can be sent.
Types of Positions Available
Most shifts will be in the Food & Beverage division working at one of our catered group picnics, restaurants, snack stands, or specialty food carts. Organizations might also be scheduled in other areas such as Grounds, Games, Merchandising, or Park Operations. Organizations will be assigned jobs based on business needs.
Dress Code & Appearance Standards
All volunteers are required to wear plain khaki/tan pants, shorts, or capris and a plain all-white shirt with a collar (a white polo or button-up shirt). No lettering, logos, or decals are allowed. Women may wear a khaki skirt, if they prefer. No blue jeans, sweat pants or leggings are allowed. All volunteers must wear all-white, all-black, or 90% all-white, or 90% all-black low cut tennis shoes with all-white or all-black solid laces and white or black matching socks. Sandals, flip flops, aqua shoes, and mid or high-top tennis shoes are not permitted.
Visible intentional body modifications and alterations that create an unnatural or unprofessional appearance are not permitted. These include, but are not limited to: visible tattoos, earlobe expansion, body branding, dental grills, tongue splitting, tooth filing, disfiguring skin or bone implants. A visible tattoo is any tattoo that is not covered when a volunteer is in compliance with all other Appearance Standards and by the authorized wardrobe for the volunteer's assigned position, worn as intended, and that cannot be concealed in one of the following authorized manners: (1) excluding the hands, neck, head and face, tattoos may be covered with cosmetic makeup that matches the associate’s skin tone or a single small, neutral- colored adhesive bandage (maximum size 1 ¾” x 4”); or (2) by wearing a plain, long-sleeved t-shirt or tat sleeve that matches the associate’s skin tone or is color-coordinated with the associate’s wardrobe.
Any person not meeting the grooming requirements will not be allowed to work and the shift will be considered to have been completed not in good standing.
Requests for exceptions to Cedar Fair Appearance Standards for religious beliefs, or questions regarding the accommodation of medical restrictions, must be directed to a Human Resources representative.
Hair must be natural, clean and well-groomed. Hair may not extend beyond the middle of the ear or beyond the top of a regular shirt collar and may not be tucked or pinned to hide length. Hair must not fall forward over the face or cover volunteer's eyes when performing normal job duties. Faddish, extreme hairstyles, including (but not limited to) multi-color or unnatural hair colors, sculptured hair, tails, pony tails, and partially shaved heads or shaved patterns are not permitted. Hair volume should maintain a balanced thickness from the scalp not to exceed 2 inches. Beads or other hair ornamentation are not permitted. Uniform highlighting is permitted in natural colors (i.e. no orange, purple, etc.). Artificial hair is acceptable as long as it looks natural and meets all other standards.
Facial hair is limited to the following: a full beard no longer than 1/2 inch in length; a goatee no longer than 1/2 inch in length; a neatly trimmed moustache that does not extend below the corners of the mouth. All of the above must be fully developed, with full skin coverage and no patches, and well groomed. Extreme styles and shaping are prohibited. Volunteers with no beard, mustache or goatee must be clean shaven. Sideburns may not be flared and may not extend beyond the bottom of the ear. Fingernails may not extend beyond the fingertip and colored nail polish is not permitted. Makeup may only be used to conceal tattoos. Volunteers should be discreet in their use of cologne.
Conservative personal jewelry, such as a watch and/or one ring per hand is acceptable. Thumb rings, visible ankle bracelets and visible toe rings are not permitted. Necklaces must be worn inside wardrobe top and not as a decorative addition to the uniform. Heavy, large beaded or fabric/fiber jewelry is not permitted. Jewelry or accessories worn with piercings on any part of the body may not be visible. The tongue is considered “visible”. Bandages may not be used to cover piercings. Pins, buttons, etc. may not be worn unless issued by the park.
Hair must be natural, clean and well-groomed. Hair must not fall forward over the face or cover volunteer's eyes when performing normal job duties. Accessories must be limited, complimentary to the wardrobe and conservative. Any braiding or twisting of hair must meet all other appearance standards. A bead is permitted to finish the braid and must be complimentary to the wardrobe. Faddish, extreme hairstyles, including (but not limited to) multi-color or unnatural colors, sculptured hair, tails, and partially shaved heads or shaved patterns are not permitted. Hair volume should maintain a balanced thickness from the scalp not to exceed 2 inches. Uniform highlighting is permitted in natural colors (i.e. no orange, purple, etc.). Artificial hair is acceptable as long as it looks natural and meets all other standards.
Volunteers should maintain a natural look. Fingernails may not extend more than 1/4 inch beyond the fingertip. Nail polish must be well maintained, the same on all fingers and a conservative or costume- matching color (black, gold, silver, glitter, multi-colored or neon is not permitted). No adornment or appliqués are permitted. Use of cosmetics and perfume should be discreet.
Conservative personal jewelry, such as a watch and/or one ring per hand is acceptable. Thumb rings, visible ankle bracelets and visible toe rings are not permitted. Necklaces must be worn inside wardrobe top and not as a decorative addition to the uniform. Heavy, large beaded or fabric/fiber jewelry is not permitted. Two earrings no larger than a dime are permitted in each earlobe. Jewelry or accessories worn with piercings on any other part of the body may not be visible. The tongue is considered “visible.” Bandages may not be used to cover piercings. Pins, buttons, etc. may not be worn unless issued by the park.