How to Help

Collin County Committee on Aging 

Volunteer Application and Skills Bank Forms
Click here to download a volunteer application!

Click here to download the Skills Bank Form

Note: These documents cannot be forwarded in email. You must save, print and then mail-in both documents.

How to Help

It’s the one true equalizer…time. We are all aging. According to the latest census, over 40,000 people in Collin County are over the age of 65. They are our mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers, friends and neighbors. We each deserve to live out our lives with peace and dignity, but so often times the elderly are left with disabilities or hardships that are difficult to overcome. So many elderly people in Collin County stand to benefit from the services and support that Meals On Wheels, Senior Services, and CCART provides.

Consider the difference you can make for someone who can no longer afford the basic necessities of life. Collin County Committee on Aging is looking for people who can donate volunteer time or material assistance in the form of contributions and donations. There are a number of different types of programs that you can participate in. A small investment on your part can make a world of difference in someone else’s life.

Please take a moment to review how you can contribute a tax-deductible donation to Collin County Committee on Aging.

Click here to learn more about how you can volunteer.

Click here to make an individual donation.

Click here to learn more about making a corporate contribution.