This holiday season, join KAMU in giving back to the community. Here are just a few of the ways you can contribute and help those in need in the Brazos Valley.
Donate or Adopt from the Aggieland Humane Society
The Aggieland Humane Society provides humane care and placement for homeless and abandoned animals. It also promotes the human-animal bond and encourages responsible pet ownership to enhance the quality of life for people and animals in the Brazos Valley.
A puppy or kitten is always a wonderful gift during the holiday season. Before looking at breeders, visit the Humane Society – where you just might find your new best friend. And if you’re not looking to adopt, donations are always appreciated. Visit the Aggieland Humane Society’s website for more details on how you can help all the furry friends in the Brazos Valley.
Need pet holiday pictures this year? On Nov. 19-20, you can show off your pet’s holiday spirit while also giving back to some pets who might not be as lucky.
Attend Community Events
Throughout the year, KAMU and many other Brazos Valley organizations put together community events. We group together to show support for our community and to engage with our audiences. We’d love to have you join us at one of these events! Bonus: it also allows you to learn about other resources and businesses that are a part of our community.
Every month, KAMU updates its community calendar with all the events we will be attending. You can also subscribe to our newsletter to receive one email a month with a list of our upcoming events. Sign up by scrolling to the bottom of the page and entering your e-mail address.
Donate to the Brazos Valley Food Bank
Share hope this holiday season by donating to the Brazos Valley Food Bank. A variety of donation options are available. Whether you donate money or food or volunteer your time and effort, the help is vital and appreciated. Even by donating just one dollar, you can provide two meals to a person or family in need.
Eat and Shop Locally
You can also support your community by shopping or eating locally. The Brazos Valley is home to a variety of local boutiques, artisans, restaurants and more. Supporting these small businesses will help the community’s economy, create a local investment and oftentimes provide a more enjoyable experience. Areas like Downtown Bryan and Century Square provide an array of local options. Start shopping and eating locally this holiday season – we hope to see you there!