Baylor Medical Center at McKinney
Volunteers can assist in a variety of positions that range from helping with answering phones to comforting families during a traumatic event. The center also offers training and volunteer opportunities for an intervention program intended to reduce instances of delirium in elderly patients.
5252 W. University Drive,
Ste. 1.664A, McKinney
Big Brothers Big Sisters
The nation’s largest mentoring organization gives children facing adversity the chance at enduring, professionally supported relationships intended to change lives for the better. Volunteers enter into community-based mentoring as individuals, couples or families; academic mentoring; or volunteers assist with events.
101 S. Coit Road, Ste. 115, Richardson
Boys and Girls Club of Collin County
Boys and 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.
701 S. Church St., McKinney
CASA of Collin County
CASA, 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
Chestnut Square Historic Village
Chestnut Square and its seven buildings show visitors how early settlers of McKinney lived. Volunteer opportunities are offered for guides, craftspeople, gardeners and photographers, and help with cashiering, office work, animal care and artifact cataloging is also needed.
315 S. Chestnut St., McKinney
Children’s Advocacy Center
of Collin County
The center provides support, therapy and protective services for children who have been abused. Volunteers are needed for support services, special projects, child care and more.
2205 Los Rios Blvd., Plano
For more than 26 years City House has helped at-risk and homeless youth in Collin County. Volunteers have the opportunity to help at events held by City House year-round.
902 E. 16th St., Plano
City of McKinney Stormwater Management
As part of the Stormwater Management Program, the city encourages volunteers such as scout troops, schools, neighborhood associations and others to help keep the parks and streets clean by collecting litter. Supplies are provided on a first-come first-served basis, and community service hours can be earned.
221 N. Tennessee St., McKinney
Citychurch Youth Outreach
The outreach ministry believes in reaching out to those in need as well as giving to the community in a variety of ways. Citychurch has programs throughout the year that provide several volunteer opportunities.
320 Industrial Blvd., Ste. 202, McKinney
Community Lifeline Center
The center helps residents of the city and its surrounding communities cope with unexpected life events, such as illness, marital separation and job loss. Volunteers can help in office roles or in the center’s market.
1601 N. Waddill St., Ste. 102, McKinney
The group home for adults with mental and physical disabilities works to nurture character, confidence and independence in its residents as they live in a large home on 42 acres of ranch land. Volunteers can work a variety of positions in both individual and group roles.
3933 CR 317, McKinney
The organization puts together community events and activities in which children with special needs and their families can participate and feel included. Volunteers are needed to help with events throughout the year and camps held during the summer.
10121 Waterstone Way, McKinney
Furry Friends Animal Rescue
The rescue group is dedicated to placing unwanted cats and dogs into permanent homes. Volunteers at the McKinney PetSmart help with the cat program, by screening potential adopters at weekly adoption events, cleaning and maintaining cages, and making sure the cats stay properly socialized.
2300 McDermott Road, Stes. 200-258, Plano (mailing address only)
Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary
The 289-acre wildlife sanctuary serves to educate children about nature while allowing visitors to help maintain the local environment. Volunteer positions are available in the museum store, restoring the prairie, leading nature hikes or working as an animal care ambassador.
1 Nature Place, McKinney
Hugs Cafe Inc.
The mission of Hugs Cafe is to create an inviting place of training and employment for adults with special needs while providing dignity, self-worth and respect in the community. Volunteers can help make the organization’s mission a reality.
224 E. Virginia St., McKinney
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
The school district has volunteers help with tutoring and mentoring, field trips, and on roles for its many student groups and organizations.
1 Duvall St., McKinney
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
Medical Center of McKinney
The volunteer program, called The Auxiliary, helps in different areas of the center, including the front desk and the gift shop. Additional positions exist in the pharmacy, nutrition services and other departments.
4500 Medical Center Dr., McKinney
North Collin County Habitat for Humanity
NCC Habitat helps others by building homes and communities. Positions are available for building or repairing homes along with administrative work or helping with merchandise at the organization’s ReStore.
2060 Couch Drive, McKinney
SPCA of Texas
The animal welfare agency brings pets and people together through the many programs offered to the community. Volunteers have the chance to help with opportunities both in and out of the shelter location.
8411 Stacy Road, McKinney
The Turning Point
The rape crisis center of Collin County treats and prevents bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault through counseling, education and advocacy. Volunteers can help in a variety of positions, including crisis advocates trained to provide intervention and support to assault survivors.
P.O. Box 866754, Plano
The Samaritan Inn
A typical night at the Samaritan Inn sees 60 homeless children among the 160 people who spend the night. The shelter helps its residents gain independence and dignity, and volunteers can also help at both special events and in other regular positions with the organization.
1701 N. McDonald St., McKinney
Wellness Center for Older Adults
The center offers various support services for the growing over-65 population of Collin County. Volunteers are needed in McKinney and other areas for the Project Independence program, which assists recently hospitalized seniors by driving them to appointments, running errands, well visits, phone calls and light housekeeping.
401 W. 16th St., Ste. 600, Plano
The volunteer center brings together community members, nonprofit organizations, volunteer groups and others to promote volunteerism throughout the city. Positions are also available to help Volunteer McKinney and its mission.
400 W. Virginia St., Ste. 100, McKinney