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Giving back to the community is a great way for new residents to get to know the city and for native Frisco residents to expand beyond their comfort zones, too. These Frisco Texas volunteer opportunities will open your eyes and hearts into new ways to support the community.
In the case of both working professionals, the younger generation and retirees, giving time and talent can be the most impactful way to enrich Frisco and help you feel like you are part of something bigger.
There are so many ways to help Frisco continue on its growth trajectory and we’ve listed 7 impactful ways here.
7 Unique Frisco Texas Volunteer Opportunities to Give Back
1. The City of Frisco
The City of Frisco relies on our volunteers for everything from staffing special events – such as Frisco Freedom Fest and Merry Main Street – to assisting departments with daily activities, such as shelving library books, filing records or using GIS equipment.
You can fill out an online registration or visit in person.
6101 Frisco Square Boulevard
Frisco, TX 75034
You can also email the Frisco Volunteer Coordinator here at VOLUNTEER@FRISCOTEXAS.GOV
2. Meals On Wheels
Their mission is to combat hunger and isolation in disabled and older adults by providing nutritious meals enabling them to remain healthy and independent within their families, homes, and communities.
Meals and Wheels of Collin County allows for you to personally volunteer or team up with your company to offer services to those in need.
3. Frisco Fastpacs
Our mission at Frisco Fastpacs is simple. They want to ensure that no child in Frisco has to endure hunger when school is not in session.
Thats a powerful commitment and legacy!
The believe in caring for kids, one pack at a time.
Every week throughout the school year, they deliver individual pre-
They really need your help to make this happen. They need your monetary donations and your service to complete the mission.
Here are some ways that you can help:
✔ Hosting a food drive
✔High Five cards
✔ Onsite/Offsite group pacs
to name a few ways.
124 Rose Lane #603
Frisco, TX 75034
4. We Got Your Six
5. Frisco Reach Out
To volunteer at one of their events, you will need to reach out and let them know.
Love that they quote Bob Goff as well!
There are now 6 different times available ⤵️
Wednesday, 12/11, 5:30-8pm
Thursday, 12/12, 10:30am-1:30pm
Thursday, 12/12, 5:30-8pm
Friday, 12/13, 10:30am-1:30pm
Saturday, 12/14, 9:30am-12pm
Saturday, 12/14, 2:30-5pm
6. Junior Achievement
Junior Achievement Dallas’ volunteer-delivered, kindergarten-12th grade programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students in our community to dream big and reach their potential.
I participated in the program many many years ago and is still a memorable part of my childhood.
1201 Executive Drive West, Richardson TX 75081
Phone: (972) 690-8484
7. The Heritage Association of Frisco
The Heritage Association of Frisco’s mission is to research, preserve, and share Frisco’s rich heritage in a manner that honors the past, builds a bridge between generations, and leaves a legacy for the future.
The Heritage Association of Frisco is dedicated, as a committed partner with Frisco’s Heritage Museum and Center, to saving the history of one of Frisco.
Frisco is notorious for its fast growth and preservation of the history is essential.
Heritage Association volunteers are trained and serve in the following capacities:
- Museum floor greeter
- School tour leader
- Third Sunday Open House docent
- Third Sunday craft & game coordinator
- Office assistant
- Special project leader
- Shawnee Trail Cowboy Day volunteer
6455 Page Street
Frisco, TX 75034
Final Thoughts on Frisco Texas Volunteer Opportunities
As always, before you commit to volunteering, make sure you put on your oxygen mask first.
And when you’ve done that and you are ready to send all the love into Frisco, go, do that.
Frisco needs that special something that only you can bring to it.
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