Partner Agencies

VOLUNTEER MANAGEMENT Training & Event series

Volunteer McKinney is proud to offer a series of workshops on topics of interest to those who manage volunteers or manage non-profit agencies. Agencies who are registered on www.volunteermckinney.org and who are located in the McKinney area may attend all workshops free of charge, unless otherwise noted. (You must pre-register, however.) All others may attend for a small fee. All classes will be held at our offices unless otherwise noted.

McKinney Chamber of Commerce Building
Volunteer McKinney
400 W. Virginia St., Suite 100
McKinney, TX 75069


Taking Care of YOU!
Self Care Workshop for nonprofit employees and volunteers
Tuesday, May 2nd, 9am to 11am

Often we spend all our time thinking of others and making sure that our clients are cared for. Learn what we can do to take care of ourselves and so be better at caring for others.

Join other nonprofit employees and volunteers as we learn from  Scott Doust of the  Famliy Greenhouse in McKinney on ways we can make sure we are the best we can be as we serve others.

For more information or to register



The 25th Annual Texas volunteer management conference
Thursday, May 18 & Friday, May 19, 2017
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX

About the Conference:

The Texas Volunteer Management Conference is the leading educational event for current and emerging volunteer management professionals in Texas and neighboring states. Throughout its 25-year history, the conference has provided an opportunity to learn from top level speakers, trainers and leaders who are outstanding in their fields. The conference is hosted by the Dallas Association of Directors of Volunteers (DADV), the Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA) of Tarrant County, Volunteer McKinney and VolunteerNow.

Who Should Attend?

Professional volunteer administrators who work for nonprofit organizations or publicly funded agencies such as the Texas Department of Health and Human Services, municipalities, parks and recreation centers, museums and schools. The conference also welcomes anyone in the private sector responsible for working with volunteers including program managers, executive directors, development and communications team members as well as staff in community relations and corporate social responsibility.

For more information and to register.



Send an email to dana.riley@volunteermckinney.org or ana@volunteermckinney.org or call Volunteer McKinney at (972) 542-0679.




Volunteer McKinney works side-by-side with over 130 local nonprofits and groups by providing volunteer recruitment, leadership events, volunteer management training and consulting.

By working together, the benefit to this community is multiplied. We all share a common goal and that is to make McKinney the best it can be.

We host regular meetings allowing local nonprofits to share ideas and collaborate on community programs. We partner with local businesses and others to deliver training that is at no cost to McKinney agencies. They are able to spend more of their dollars on community programs and sustainability instead of staff training and enrichment.

Become a Partner Agency



Workshops are taught by Dana Riley, Executive Director of Volunteer McKinney. She brings over 20 years of experience in managing volunteers and executive leadership in government and non-profits. She has presented to audiences across the county and has served as a consultant in volunteer project management and employee engagement to many Fortune 500 companies.  In addition, guest lecturers are brought in to bring the very latest information regarding volunteer management and community service initiatives.


Comments about our workshops

"This was great training, very informative and helpful."
"The training today presented valuable information, identification of strengths and weaknesses of a volunteer coordinator and gave encouragement to hard-working volunteer coordinators."
"Great ideas to help me stay inspired and be organized."
"The facilitator was delightful and is obviously experienced in the field of volunteerism. She engages her students and listens to their thoughts and opinions. Take the classes if you can!"
"The time just flew. I was so engaged and loved the interactive activities and games!"