"If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." - African Proverb
Send donations to:
Treasurer, Morris County Collaborative
P. O. Box 357
Naples, Texas 75568
Please make checks payable to Morris County Collaborative or click below to Donate via PayPal.
To access/enter the group page:
1) Go to the Tri-County Press Facebook page (our profile picture is a red 7 for 7 years in business). Please Like and Follow the page.
2) Click the Groups tab on the home page.
3) Select Special Event Livestreams and join the group (the page is public and should automatically allow you to enter the group as a member if you are a Facebook friend of at least one other member in the group). If it does not, ask to join prior to the service start and the request will be accepted.
Morris County Collaborative is a non-profit organization working to make our community in Morris County, TX a better place to live, work, learn, play, and pray by offering mental health resources and skill development.
Reach out to us today to learn more about our goals. We're always happy to answer questions.
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Training & Development
Our personal development courses will help you better your life.
We all know that giving back feels good. If you've been looking for local volunteer opportunities, you've come to the right place. Morris County Collaborative is an excellent organization for people looking to give back to the Morris County, TX community.
Whether you'd prefer to donate your time or give charitable donations, we appreciate anything you have to share. Visit our Volunteer or Donate page today to learn how you can help.
Morris County Collaborative works to:
- Provide support resources
- Offer technical assistance and training
- Share volunteer opportunities
- Supply personal development courses
If you're interested in partnering with us, we'd be excited to work with you. Contact us today to learn more about how you can get involved.
The Morris County Collaborative is announcing a COVID-19 Emergency Fund set up to assist those affected by COVID in the Morris County community with funds to help them survive. This includes those who this pandemic caused:
2) While waiting on test results will not be paid
3) Inability to pay utility bills
4) Inability to pay rent
5) Lack of food
6) Children who need computers or the Internet to do homework
For those of you who wish to donate toward this effort or have other ways to help our community, please call 903-320-0040.
The MCC has placed water stations in six (6) locations all over Morris County to help fight the Coronavirus. Washing your hands often is one of the ways the CDC says will help defeat this virus.
Thank you. Stay well, stay safe.