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McKinney Sunrise Rotary

Thanks to a generous grant of $5,000 from McKinney Sunrise Rotary, CCHC is now the proud owner of a Lead Test Kit and Vision Screener. Both of these will assist our providers to determine if children's health are impacted by lead in their system or if they need to be seen by a vision specialist.

Wine Event Coming Soon

If you like to experience the taste of new wines, join CCHC on May 22 at Noah's in Allen for a fun filled taste experience benefitting the clinic. Watch this space for more information soon.

The Dream Lives On Gala

Mary Nelle's dream in 1999 lead to the opening of CCHC in 2004 when the dream became a reality. Because of the community, CCHC has exceeded all expectations and has expanded to offer a full-time clinic for children and adults.
To honor that dream and celebrate that CCHC will only continue to be a safe place for low-income people to come without insurance, CCHC will celebrate its 10th Anniversary on August 2.
Sponsorships are available now. More information will be added soon.

4th Annual Red Hot Road Rally August 23

Welcome to the Children & Community Health Center

We exist to provide basic healthcare to uninsured children and adults and bring change to the lives of those we serve in McKinney and the surrounding areas. With your help we can make a difference. Our website furthers our mission by providing ways for you to learn more and get involved. Thanks for visiting. Your support is appreciated.

The Garden Show

March 22 and 23 at Myers Park and Event Center - McKinney

Join the Collin County Master Gardeners for exciting and informative "Earth-Kind Gardening" at the Myers Park and Event Center in McKinney.
The two day event will include presentations for homeowners, local vendors, speakers, hands on demonstrations, children's activities, tours of trial gardens at Myers Park, free parking and much more!

Come see presentations, hands on demonstrations, children's area and everything for your garden. Over 70 vendors will be present. Last year over 7,000 visitors came to the Garden Show.

Admission is $2 per person.

Won't you join us this year to learn more about gardening and to support Children and Community Health Center and Meals on Wheels?