Join up today and become someone’s hero.


Our Adopt-A-Route program was developed to expand our volunteer base by tailoring the volunteer commitment to fit the needs of volunteers in the workplace. When a company signs up for Adopt-A-Route, a group of co-workers join together to assume responsibility for a route on a weekly basis. Adopt-A-Route volunteers take turns delivering meals each week during their lunch hour. This minimal commitment works well within the schedule of the busy workday and employees enjoy the time serving their local community.


What to Expect…

All deliveries take place between 11:00am and 1:00pm, Monday – Friday, which is no longer than lunch break.
Volunteers pick up their route bags from one of our designated drop sites and deliver hot meals to seniors living within their designated route.
 One route consists of about 10-12 meals and usually takes no more than an hour to complete.
The greater number of volunteers a company can recruit, the less often any one team delivers meals. Companies are asked to have a system in place where individuals can switch their shift with a coworker if needed.

Company Incentives

Route is named after sponsor
Receive agency recognition on website
Social Media posting upon adopting the route
Recognition in the monthly Volunteer Newsletter in the first month of sponsorship
The Toyota Meals on Wheels Kick Off at Meals on Wheels and Senior Services Collin County in McKinney, Texas on February 23, 2018.The Toyota Meals on Wheels Kick Off at Meals on Wheels and Senior Services Collin County in McKinney, Texas on February 23, 2018.

How to Get Started…

To adopt-a-route, contact our volunteer recruiter, Sean Elezovic, at 972-632-3117 or via email at [email protected]

Email Sean

Already, many companies, organizations, and other community groups have discovered that Meals On Wheels Collin County’s Adopt-A-Route program is a tremendous volunteer opportunity for their employees and members.

Here’s a list of our current corporate partners and groups who have adopted a route.

Ebby Halliday Realty
Heritage Ranch
Market Street
Suncreek UMC
Cornerstone Ranch
TriTech Software


D&S Residential
First Baptist Church of McKinney
Hillcrest Church
Keller Williams
Kiwanis Club
Grace Outreach
McKinney Ambassadors
McKinney Rotary Club
St. Peters Episcopal
Stonebridge UMC


Trinity Presbyterian
City of Wylie
Bristol West
Custer Road UMC
Independent Bank


Dallas SAI Center
Farmers Insurance
Islamic Association
Rapid Power


Can’t commit to running a route, but still want to make an impact?


Show your support by sponsoring a route. Here’s how you can provide a financial contribution and make a significant impact in the lives of our community seniors.

Choose your contribution

Platinum Route: $20, 000 annually = 2,500 MealsGold Route: $10,000 annually = 1,250 MealsSilver Route: $5,000 annually = 625 MealsMemory Route: $2,500 annually = 312 Meals


Contribution Incentives:

Platinum Route:
Covers Sponsorship & Underwriting
Route is named after sponsor
Receive agency advertising on website
Social Media postings twice a month
Client newsletter dedicated to your company during month of your choice
Gold Route:
Covers Sponsorship & Underwriting
Route is named after sponsor
Receive agency advertising on website
Social Media postings once a month
Mention in the upcoming month’s client newsletter
Silver Route:
Covers Sponsorship & Underwriting
Receive agency advertising on website
Social Media postings six times a year
Memory Route: name a route after a loved one in their memory

If you choose to donate online, please indicate in the “DONATION FOR” section of the form that you are making your donation toward the Sponsor-A-Route Program.

Thank you for you generosity. You truly are a hero!

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Mail in your donation to:

Meals On Wheels Collin CountyAttn: Sponsor-A-Route Program600 N. Tennessee St.McKinney, TX 75069

If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Jeanne McDonald at 972-632-3114 or at [email protected]

Email Jeanne