Volunteer Opportunities

Big Brothers Big Sisters


The nation’s largest mentoring organization gives children facing adversity the chance at enduring, professionally supported relationships aimed at changing lives for the better. Volunteers enter into community-based mentoring as individuals, couples or families. Volunteers can also assist with events or academic mentoring.


101 S. Coit Road, Ste. 115, Richardson
214-441-2227
www.bbbstx.org
Twitter: @BigsTx



Boys & Girls Club of Collin County–Frisco branch


Boys & Girls Club works to help enable young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. Volunteers assist with daily activities, homework tutoring, mentoring, facility maintenance and special events.


8750 McKinney Road, Frisco
214-387-8405
www.bgccc.org/frisco
Twitter: @BGCCollinCounty



Camp Craig Allen


Camp Craig Allen assists physically disabled individuals through educational and recreational programs. Volunteers help with events throughout the year.


P.O. Box 834, Aubrey
940-365-4357
www.campcraigallen.org
Twitter: @CampCraigAllen



CASA of Collin County


CASA or Court Appointed Special Advocates turns community members into advocates for children removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. The group and its volunteers work to ensure these displaced children’s needs are met and rights are protected. Volunteers receive training and assist with court appearances and visitations.


101 E. Davis St., McKinney
972-529-2272
www.casaofcollincounty.org
Twitter: @CASACollin



Centennial Medical Center


The center’s volunteer program has individuals serving in one of many roles throughout the care facility.


12505 Lebanon Road, Frisco
972-963-3527
www.centennialmedcenter.com
Twitter: @CenMedFrisco



Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County


The center provides support, therapy and protective services for abused children. Volunteers are needed for support services, special projects, child care and more.


2205 Los Rios Blvd., Plano
972-633-6600
www.caccollincounty.org
Twitter: @CACCollinCounty



City of Frisco


Volunteers with the city’s Municipal Volunteer Program can give back to the community at local events by working in positions in different departments at the local level.


6101 Frisco Square Blvd., Frisco
972-292-5078
www.friscotexas.gov/volunteer
Twitter: @CityOfFrisco



City House


For more than 26 years City House has helped at-risk and homeless youth in Collin County. Volunteers help at events held year-round.


902 E. 16th St., Plano
972-424-4626
www.cityhouse.org
Twitter: @TexasCityHouse



Frisco Arts


This organization is formed to preserve, support and develop the arts and cultural resources in Frisco. Frisco Arts manages the Frisco Discovery Center.


8004 Dallas Parkway, Frisco
972-668-5180
www.friscoarts.org
Twitter: @Frisco_Arts



Frisco Cares Children’s Clinic


Volunteer medical providers and other professionals provide immunizations and other medical care for low-income families.


7500 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 100, Frisco
214-705-8200
www.ntxcares.org
Twitter: @NTXCares



Frisco Family Services


Frisco Family Services supports local individuals and families experiencing financial crisis. Volunteer are needed in the organization’s various departments.


8780 Third St., Frisco
972-335-9495
www.friscofamilyservices.org
Twitter: @FriscoFS



Frisco Heritage Museum


The museum features artifacts and photos depicting Frisco’s history. Volunteers help with exhibits, special projects and operations.


6455 Page St., Frisco
972-292-5665
www.friscomuseum.com
Twitter: @FriscoHeritage



Frisco Humane Society


The organization helps save the lives of homeless, abused or unwanted animals. Volunteers can foster animals until permanent homes can be found or can be trained as adoption counselors to assist during adoption events.


P.O. Box 2655, Frisco
972-498-8980
www.friscohumanesociety.com
Twitter: @FriscoHumaneSoc



Kenna’s Kids


Kenna’s Kids assists with the cost of medical expenses for families whose children are facing medical challenges. Volunteers are needed to assist with fundraising and special events.


P.O. Box 177, Frisco
972-342-1758
www.kennaskids.org



ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship


ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship helps adults and children with disabilities build strength, confidence and a sense of belonging through horsemanship therapy. Volunteers are needed for office work, committees and assisting with riders.


3160 N. Custer Road, McKinney
469-742-9611
www.manegait.org
Twitter: @ManeGait



Meals on Wheels–Collin County


The organization provides and delivers meals and other support services to senior citizens age 60 and older. Volunteers provide administration support and help prepare and deliver meals.


500 N. Tennessee St., McKinney
972-562-6995
www.mowcc.com



Miracle League of Frisco


This sports organization provides special-needs children ages 5-19 with a place to play basketball, baseball, soccer and other sports. Volunteers work as “buddies,” assisting players during games.


P.O. Box 2831, Frisco
214-295-6411
www.friscomiracleleague.org
Twitter: @MLFrisco



Museum of the American Railroad


The museum preserves the history and examines the future of the nation’s trains and rail systems. Volunteers work as docents, tour guides or provide assistance in the gift shop.


6455 Page St., Frisco
214-428-0101
www.museumoftheamericanrailroad.org
Twitter: @HistoricTrains



North Collin County Habitat for Humanity


NCC Habitat helps others by building homes and communities. Positions are available building or repairing homes along with administrative work or helping with merchandise at the organization’s ReStore.


2060 Couch Drive, McKinney
972-542-5300
www.ncc-habitat.com
Twitter: @NCCHabitat



The Turning Point


The Rape Crisis Center of Collin County seeks to prevent bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault through counseling, education and advocacy. Volunteers can help in a variety of positions including acting as crisis advocates trained to provide intervention and support to assault survivors.


P.O. Box 866754, Plano
972-985-0951
www.theturningpoint.org