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Medical Reserve Corps

For more information, or to sign up, contact the MRC Coordinator at mrc@collincountytx.gov or call 972-548-4383.

 
Community Emergency Response Team

Please contact your local Fire Department:
Allen Fire Department, 214-509-4400
Frisco Fire Department, 972-335-5525
Lucas Fire Department, bmauck@lucasfire.com, 972-727-1242
McKinney Fire Department, 972-547-7600
Plano Fire Department, 972-941-7159
Prosper Fire Department, 972-347-2424
Wylie Fire Department, 972-442-8110

Fire Corps

Please contact your local Fire Department
Collin County Fire Marshal, 972-548-5576
Allen Fire Department, 214-509-4400
Frisco Fire Department, 972-335-5525
McKinney Fire Department, 972-547-7600
Plano Fire Department, 972-941-7159
Wylie Fire Department, 972-442-8110

Volunteers In Police Service

Please contact your local Police Department
Collin County Sheriff’s Office, 972-547-5100
Allen Police Department, 214-509-4200
Frisco Police Department, 972-335-5502
McKinney Police Department, 972-547-7600
Plano Police Department, 972-424-5678
Wylie Police Department, 972-442-8170

Neighborhood Watch

Please contact your local Police Department
Collin County Sheriff’s Office, 972-547-5100
Allen Police Department, 214-509-4200
Frisco Police Department, 972-335-5502
McKinney Police Department, 972-547-7600
Plano Police Department, 972-424-5678
Wylie Police Department, 972-442-8170

American Red Cross
American Red Cross

The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare and respond to emergencies.

For more information about volunteer oportunities in the metroplex, visit the Red Cross Dallas Area Chapter website at www.redcrossdallas.org

Volunteer Center of North Texas

The Volunteer Center of North Texas makes close to 81,000 traditional volunteer referrals annually. The time these volunteers devote to the community, combined with the hours worked by volunteers ordered to perform community service as part of their probation, adds up to more than two and half million hours! That figure multiplied by $18.04, the current estimated value of volunteer time, translates to the equivalent of work performed by more than 1,200 full-time employees at a value to the community nearly $78 million dollars. Another $10 million worth of material resources distributed through our Need & Deed Center brings the amount of total impact to $88 million.

Volunteer McKinney Center

The mission of the Volunteer McKinney Center is to enhance the spirit of citizen’s responsibility and service in McKinney by facilitating volunteerism. Volunteers can improve the quality of life in our community by engaging in volunteer opportunities that are both challenging and satisfying. This can be achieved as we partner with the city, service organizations, nonprofit agencies, churches, and businesses in our community to determine the needs that we face and share them with the citizens that can be part of the solution.​​​