CLEAN (Community Litter and Environment Action Network) Frisco
Rufus wants you join our new CLEAN (Community Litter and Environment Action Network) Frisco program. Sign up at FriscoTexas.gov/volunteer. Scout an area where you can pick up trash or remove weeds in one of our parks (locations noted online). Pose with collection and send a selfie to [email protected] friscotexas.gov. For every five hours you log picking up trash, you’ll be eligible to receive a reward, courtesy of our sponsor's Raising Cane's, Chik-fil-A or In-N-Out Burger. Once a month, Rufus will select the most 'PAWSitively Green' volunteer who will be featured in the next newsletter. So get out there and help keep Frisco PAWSitively CLEAN!
Frisco Police Volunteer Association
The Frisco Police Volunteer Association is a dynamic group of men and women who live, work and play in Frisco, Texas. They are educators, former Law enforcement, business and technology leaders who support the Frisco Police Department in delivering on its Mission and Vision. There are two levels of volunteer work: Department and Patrol. After initial training, volunteers can work in the jail, records department, community service as well as with special projects based upon skills. After further training, Patrol volunteers are able to actively patrol the streets and communities of Frisco in our Citizen Patrol marked vehicles. For more information please visit Frisco PVA.
Frisco Fire Safety Town Helping Hands - Weekday Adult Volunteers
Our staff of safety educators and firefighters is supplemented by our staff of volunteers known as Helping Hands. Our front desk greeters welcome visitors to our award winning facility as well as help with various administrative tasks. Our class assistants help with program related activities and ride time in the village. We do ask our volunteers to make a minimum commitment of a half day, once per week. If you have any questions or would like to register as a Helping Hand please contact Jennifer Tramel at 972-292-6353 or visit Frisco Fire Safety Town and select the Volunteers tab.
Frisco Fire Safety Town Jr. Helping Hands - Summer Teen Volunteers
During the summer months, we utilize teen volunteers to supplement our regular staff to assist with our large numbers of visitors. Duties include assisting with classroom activities, assisting with bike riding time in the village and providing Safe and Sound Walk Around tours of the facility. Volunteer training is required. Spots are limited, minimum age requirement is 15 years old. Please contact Jennifer Tramel at 972-292-6353 or visit Frisco Fire Safety Town and select the Volunteers tab.
Frisco Fire Safety Town Teen & Adult Event Volunteers
Safety Town hosts several events each year, including Spring and Summer Safety Event (Fri/Sat evenings, second weekends April, May, June, July) and Trick-or-Treat (Friday evening, late October). We utilize many adult and teen volunteers (min. age 15) to assist with various activities for young children related to each event. Volunteer training may be required depending on event. If you are interested in becoming an event volunteer at Frisco Fire Safety Town, please contact Jennifer Tramel at 972-292-6353 or visit Frisco Fire Safety Town and select the Volunteers tab.
Frisco Heritage Museum
The Frisco Heritage Museum has several ongoing volunteer opportunities such as school tour guides, docents/greeters, staffing for special events and programs and volunteer program assistants. For more information, please contact Ani Simmons at 972-292-5111.
Library - Adult Services Volunteer
Adult Services volunteers must be 18 years of age or older and be familiar with library numbering systems. On site training will be provided. Flexible shifts are available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Please contact the Adult Volunteer Team at 972-292-5669 for more information.
Library - VolunTEEN Corps for Teen Volunteering
The Frisco Public Library VolunTEEN Corps is a community service initiative that offers middle and high school students, grades 6-12, an opportunity for civic involvement at the library. The VolunTEEN Corps is comprised of the Frisco Advisory Board (grades 6-12) and the Frisco Action Board (grades 10-12). Visit the library’s website for more information about the program.
The Grove at Frisco Commons
Volunteers can assist at the new adult activity center with daily activities, offer time as a photographer, join our kitchen and coffee club committees and more! Applicants must be at least 18 years old to volunteer at The Grove at Frisco Commons. Have questions about an opportunity before you commit? Email Diana Taylor or call 972-292-6552.
No matter your age, Frisco WaterWise has an opportunity for you. As an integral part of the education and outreach team with the Frisco Water Resources Department, WaterWise volunteers help to educate our community about the importance of preserving and protecting our most important local resource - water. To learn more about becoming a WaterWise Community Captain, opportunities for adults, kids, or scout organizations, or for more information email us.