Students, faculty and staff can safely pick up pre-packaged bags of food.
The company-wide response in Bryan-College Station has included grocery deliveries, food distribution events and support of local restaurants.
The local restaurants have continued to feed customers, hospital staff and first-responders during the pandemic.
Through increased sanitation, reducing person-to-person contact and fundraising, the credit union continues its mission of helping others.
The initiative aims to help local businesses and nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The local business has also made the shirts available for purchase, with proceeds benefitting the Matthew Gaines Initiative.
Efforts are underway in Bryan-College Station to promote black-owned businesses in a show of support for the national movement against racial injustice.
Texas A&M and CHI St Joseph are teaming to show appreciation for frontline workers by making hearts and heart signs.
Texas A&M initiative to keep the spotlight on local businesses during trying times.
The Flourish initiative at Texas A&M is here to help the campus community with all aspects of wellness.