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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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Growing Together

A decades-long relationship with the Plano Children's Theatre has led to powerhouse nonprofit

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Providing real support through volunteerism

We have partnered with the Interfaith Housing Coalition for six years to provide volunteers for families facing a housing crisis.

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Volunteers who complete the puzzle

The City of Dallas is one of the Volunteer Center's largest partners. Ester Dogans explains what the relationship means to the city.

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A life-changing volunteering experience

Janis Danner needed something to fill her time and stumbled upon the Volunteer Center. The rest is history.

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"The Volunteer Center is our favorite and most successful"

An empowering and life-changing nonprofit, the Citizens Development Center has been meeting the vocational and educational needs of individuals with disabilities for more than 60 years. The center has relied on the Volunteer Center of North Texas’ resources for decades as essential parts of their day-to-day functioning – from reaching out to potential employers, client training or playing bingo.

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