The two universities will partner with Wells Fargo and Feeding America to encourage fans to support food banks in Austin and College Station for 2020 College Colors Day.
How to support local restaurants, retailers and other businesses affected by the pandemic.
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.