McKinney residents who want to serve their community have an excellent opportunity to meet with representatives from the city and county boards and commissions, as well as area nonprofit organizations, at the SERVE McKinney Open House scheduled for Wednesday, June 10.

The event will offer attendees a chance to learn more about each organization and their needs for volunteer board opportunities. With over 75 boards, commissions and nonprofit organizations invited, there will be countless opportunities for both attendees and organizations to make the perfect connection.

SERVE McKinney is sponsored by the McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC).

MCDC President-CEO Cindy Schneible shared why this event is important to McKinney.

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“The McKinney Community Development Corporation is honored to have the opportunity to support SERVE McKinney," she said. "Resident involvement in McKinney, through service on boards and commissions, is critical to ensuring a strong and dynamic community. The organizations participating in the SERVE McKinney event play an important role in maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in our community.”

The SERVE McKinney Open House will be held Wednesday, June 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Collin Higher Education Center, 3452 Spur 399 (northeast corner of State Highway 121 and U.S. Highway 75/Central Expressway) in McKinney.

The event is open to the public, and there is no charge to attend. For more information about SERVE McKinney contact Deb Fitzgerald at the McKinney Chamber of Commerce: 972-542-0163 or


About the McKinney Chamber of Commerce

The McKinney Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for the McKinney business community and proudly serves as the unified business voice of McKinney. The Chamber, which celebrated its Centennial in 2014, represents over 40,000 employees from more than 1,200 business investors in McKinney and throughout the North Texas region. With a rich heritage of leadership and collaboration, the Chamber works in concert with the City of McKinney, community partners and the corporate community to promote, advocate for and expand business. As publisher of McKinney Magazine, and, the McKinney Chamber markets the community’s advantages as the foremost location for doing business and to keep a growing community connected.