Serve with Our Partners
The Volunteer Southlake program is proud to provide dozens of year-round volunteer opportunities for the teens and adults in our community. Through common missions and values, many other meaningful volunteer opportunities are available through our local partnerships.
Partnerships, one of the City’s strategic focus areas, is defined as “relationships between the City of Southlake and groups or individuals that are characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility toward the achievement of a common mission, broad objective, or specified goal.”
We encourage every Volunteer Southlake team member to expand their volunteer service horizons by serving with any of the following not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporations that currently partner with the City of Southlake.
Call-A-Ride Southlake (CARS)
CARS provides free, non-emergency transportation to Southlake seniors and disabled adult citizens for medical, dental, social, business, shopping, and personal needs. CARS seeks to encourage senior citizens to be more independent and active in the various recreational and social functions offered in Southlake and nearby areas by providing safe transportation for Southlake seniors. The program is offered Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Call-a-Ride program, please visit the Call-a-Ride website for more information or contact them by phone at (817) 798-4022.
Southlake Chamber of Commerce
The Southlake Chamber of Commerce is a vital connection between the consumer and local businesses. The Chamber hosts many popular events requiring the needs for thousands of volunteers!
If you are interested in more information about the Chamber of Commerce, please visit the Southlake Chamber of Commerce website or contact them by phone at: (817) 481-8200.
If you are interested in volunteering for Oktoberfest, please visit the Oktoberfest page on the Southlake Chamber of Commerce's website.
Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange (GRACE)
GRACE is a Grapevine, Texas-based non-profit relief agency which provides food, clothing, financial assistance, and other vital necessities to people who are struggling with a limited income or a recent emergency. GRACE is a centralized, coordinated effort of churches, businesses, and individuals donating food, clothing, monetary donations, and even professional services to Grapevine, Colleyville, and Southlake residents, as well as homeless and transient families in need. Programs have grown to include low-cost medical services, transitional housing, and general emergency assistance (food, clothes, furniture, financial assistance, information, and referrals).
If you would like to serve with the Grapevine Relief and Community Exchange program, please visit GRACE's website or contact them by phone at (817) 305-4653.
Metroport Meals on Wheels (MMOW)
MMOW provides home-delivered meals in over thirteen northeast Tarrant and southern Denton County communities. MMOW also coordinates luncheons and activities for active seniors at the senior centers in Colleyville, Evergreen - Keller, Flower Mound, Haslet, Highland Village, Justin, Roanoke, and Southlake. Senior Centers also schedule social events, including bingo and other activities. In addition, MMOW's resale shop, Sadie's Upscale Consignment & Resale in Roanoke, generates revenue to provide meals for MMOW participants - regardless of their ability to pay.
Volunteer opportunities include drivers delivering meals, senior center luncheon helpers, and golf tournament helpers.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Metroport Meals on Wheels program, please visit the Metroport Meals on Wheels website or contact them by phone at (817) 491-8534.
SafeHaven of Tarrant County
SafeHaven operates the only domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County. Without this organization, the women and children fleeing the horrors of domestic violence would have nowhere to go and no way to escape the cycle of abuse. Through SafeHaven, they find the safety, shelter, support, and independence they need.
Volunteer opportunities at SafeHaven include administrative services, children's program providers, a hotline, and court accompaniment.
If you are interested in serving with SafeHaven, please visit the SafeHaven website or contact them by phone at (817) 535-6462.
Please note that the Volunteer Southlake Office does not share personal volunteer information with any of our community partners. Volunteers interested in serving with our partners must complete any volunteer applications, background checks, etc., required by that organization before volunteering. The Volunteer Southlake Office does not manage these volunteer opportunities, nor do hours served count towards service goals for Presidential Volunteer Service or any other Volunteer Southlake Awards.