Student Organizations Support

One way that Beaumont Aggie Moms give back to the students of Texas A&M University is by making donations to approved Student Organizations.  When representatives travel to Beaumont to speak at our General Meetings, we donate to the organization to show our appreciation.  We also donate to organizations that have solicited help for specific causes.

Although we can’t list all of the organizations that we have donated to over the years, here are a few organizations that we have recently supported:

  • Aggie Guide Dogs and Service Dogs (AGS) – The main goals of AGS are to train puppies to become service dogs, fundraise for these service dogs, and educate the public about service dogs. With the help of Puppy Trainers, puppies learn how to obey and behave in public places, as well as commands unique to service dogs. AGS members also provide services to the community via education programs.
  • Texas A&M CARPOOL – CARPOOL provides free, non-judgmental rides home to intoxicated patrons and/or patrons rendered incapable of transportation due to other circumstances.
  • Aggie Transition Camps – Aggie Transition Camps exist to successfully transition new students into the Aggie Family.
  • Taylor’s Place – Taylor’s Place offers free accommodations to families in need so they may visit their student children more often, and a place for students to hang out, host organizational projects and parties, and enjoy a home-cooked meal.
  • Aggie Fish Camp Endowment – The Aggie Fish Camp Scholarship Endowment ensures that freshmen with high financial need are able to attend camp for years to come.
  • Aggie Recruitment Committee (ARC) – ARC hosts two conferences per year, inviting high school students to spend a weekend in Aggieland.
  • Association of Former Students – The Association of Former Students raises funds for Texas A&M, strengthens the bond of the Aggie Network, protects the integrity of the Aggie Ring, and promotes the Aggie Spirit.

Visit Maroon Link for a complete list of student organizations at Texas A&M University.