McKinney, Texas (July 14, 2016) – Volunteer McKinney hosted over 40 local leaders at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center of McKinney for the Quarterly Executive Directors and Leader’s Coffee.

Guests, including executive directors of local nonprofits, various board leaders, and government officials, gathered to network and find innovative solutions to issues facing Collin County and local nonprofits.

Of the event, Volunteer McKinney Executive Director remarked, “Today Collin County leaders developed important new partnerships that will lead to collaboration for better service to our clients and the community. Special thanks to Baylor Scott and White of McKinney for hosting us.”

Bruce Kendrick, Executive Director of Embrace Texas, said his organization “benefitted” from Verified Volunteers Vice President Kim Chochon’s keynote address discussing ways to ensure local volunteers are appropriately vetted.

Dr. Stella Stevens, Director of Student Services for McKinney ISD, stated, “Volunteer McKinney’s Executive Directors and Leaders Coffee is always an incredible opportunity for community agencies and non-profit groups to come together for networking opportunities.”

About Volunteer McKinney

Since 1998, Volunteer McKinney has connected volunteers to local nonprofit organizations and has provided assistance to organizations. Volunteer McKinney has also served the community through events such as the ‘Spirit of McKinney Volunteer Awards", “Collin County Giving Day” and the “Summit on Youth”. Connecting people to their passion through volunteerism and strengthening McKinney area nonprofits through training and collaboration. For more information visit VolunteerMcKinney.org.