In an effort to monitor information during the COVID-19 response, the City of McKinney has established a series of resources for individuals, businesses and organizations. We will keep this page updated to provide any new information as it becomes available.
Show that you #SupportLocal by purchasing a #McKinneyStrong t-shirt.
- 100% of the net proceeds will be distributed back to the community.
- Half of the funds will be allocated to McKinney non-profits
- Half will be allocated to McKinney Businesses.
- A grant process will be used to award funds.
This effort is part of the charitable giving campaign that supports local restaurants, retailers and non-profits.
McKinney Chamber of Commerce Resources
- Volunteer McKinney is serving as a coordinating entity for non-profit organizations in McKinney at this time.
- Volunteer McKinney is keeping an updated list of McKinney non-profits operating and in need,
- If you are a McKinney-based nonprofit that is providing a service to the community and wish to be included on this list, complete Volunteer McKinney’s online survey.
- If you want to help out the community by donating food, toiletries and other supplies, contact Volunteer McKinney. During this time, Volunteer McKinney is coordinating services for non-profits in the city. Volunteer McKinney will send you and your gifts to where they are needed most right now.
North Texas Cares
This joint initiative, made up of 15 North Texas organizations, supports one common grant application for emergency funding for non-profit agencies that are providing critical services to mitigate the short and long-term impact of the pandemic on our community. Find out more at https://northtexascares.org/
Transit Services for low-income, elderly and disabled residents of Celina, Lowry Crossing, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton and Prosper are still being offered.
Questions or want to schedule a trip?
State and Federal Resources
Texas Governor’s Office Announcements
Texas Workforce Commission
United States Small Business Administration
The U.S. Small Business Administration has a variety of resources at the ready, and the State of Texas, through the Governor’s office, has been approved for the emergency designation for Small Business Disaster Loans.