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Volunteering With Frisco Family Services

Volunteers are critical to our work. We offer a variety of opportunities for people of all ages. As a volunteer for Frisco Family Services, you can choose how often, and in what capacity, you would like to work with the agency. 

Ready to make a difference in your community, but not sure where to begin?

The first step is to contact our Volunteer Services Manager (see the buttons below) who will discuss your interest, ways to serve, and the overall process. You will also need to attend a New Volunteer Orientation class.


Volunteering With Frisco Family Services

Adults: 18 & Older

All participants age 18 or older must complete and pass a criminal background check before serving as a volunteer. (A suggested $10.00 donation to help defray the cost of the background check is requested.) Volunteer drivers must also pass a motor vehicle record check.

Children & Teens

Ages 16 & 17

  • After attending a Teen Volunteer Orientation class, teens may serve as a volunteer without parent supervision with a signed Parental Consent form. 

Ages 11 & 15

  • Young teens may serve as a volunteer alongside a parent, whom has also completed a New Volunteer Orientation class. 

Children Ages 4-10

Group & Corporate Volunteers

We welcome individuals and groups to join us making a genuine difference in the lives of the clients we serve! To schedule your group or organization, contact our Volunteer Services Manager at 

Court-Appointed Community Service

If you have been assigned community service hours through a Teen, County, or Municipal court, we appreciate your choice of Frisco Family Services as a site for completing your court-appointed community service. Follow this link for additional information.