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Volunteers are heroes

Mr. Cullen Cox, the Meals on Wheels volunteer who saved a woman trapped in a house fire.

In January, two Meals on Wheels volunteers saved two lives on separate occasions.

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Need more volunteer responses?

If you have stopped receiving responses to one of your volunteer opportunities there are some easy troubleshooting steps that can open the floodgates for new volunteers.

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TrendMicro volunteers with Dallas ISD

The Volunteer Center of North Texas coordinated a project for more than 400 TrendMicro volunteers.

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Volunteers essential to Perot Museum

We got a behind-the-scenes look at what makes the Perot Museum of Nature and Science tick: volunteers.

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ServiceWorks Positions Available

The Volunteer Center works with AmeriCorps members to facilitate our ServiceWorks program. Read more if you're interested!

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MLK Day Fire Prevention Project

Make MLK Day a day "on," instead of a day off by volunteering to prevent fires in your neighborhood.

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Challenging the community to give 15 hours in 2015

Make this year your best yet by volunteering a little more than 1 hour per month.

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Part of the family

Since its inception in 2008, the center has partnered with the Volunteer Center of North Texas to maintain trails, extend the center’s reach into the community, and provide knowledge on a variety of topics.

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"We probably wouldn't exist"

Volunteers are a crucial component of running the Texas Trees Foundation

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Volunteers help refugees feel at home

Working in partnership with faith-based communities, businesses, and volunteers, Refugee Services provides clients with resources, referrals, education, and guidance to ensure their success in leading self-sufficient lives in Texas.

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