Volunteers are the heart of a community. Our volunteers are a valuable resource for our fast-growing, fast-paced city. In 2022, there were a total of 899 volunteers serving a cumulative total of 20,689 hours of time to the City of Frisco with a value of approximately $590K.
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.
Each year in honor of National Volunteer Month, we honor our volunteers who donated more than 50 hours during the previous year.
For 2022, these exceptional MVPs were treated to a FC Dallas match. Mayor Jeff Cheney and Deputy Mayor Pro Tem, Angelia Pelham helped honor our "Top 11" MVPs by presenting them with custom soccer scarves.
We love all our MVPs - but two volunteers really lead the way towards scoring our GOAL in 2022!
2022 Volunteer of the Year: Robert "Bob" Burton - Frisco Police Department, 868 hours.
2022 Teen Volunteer of the Year: Frisco High student, Giovanny Perez - Frisco Fire Safety Town presented by Texas Health Hospital Frisco, 85 hours.
Cheers to our Top 11:
Douglas Baxter, Robert Burton, Vic Castioni, Judith Clark, Bob Johns, Mary Elizabeth Jones, Bob Moroch, Giovanny Perez, Arthur Powers, Carol Thomas, and Donna Waldrop.
Thank you to all the members of our Municipal Volunteer Program, our MVPs.