Community Support

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.

Support Local

Show that you #SupportLocal by purchasing a #McKinneyStrong t-shirtWoman in t-shirt with #McKinneyStrong

  • 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. 


Sponsored by the McKinney Community Development Corporation, McKinney Chamber of Commerce, Visit McKinney TX and Historic Downtown McKinney.


McKinney Chamber of Commerce Resources

Non-profit Needs



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

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?

Call 972-728-6789 

Visit https://www.dcta.net/service-overview/additional-services/collin-county-transit

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.