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The REACH Project helps feed Texas A&M maintenance staff working since Sunday to make repairs across campus
The organization provides them with opportunities for affordable housing, and in this case, a hot meal.
Local nonprofit The REACH Project and Texas A&M Foundation partner to provide food to current and former workers
A local nonprofit called The REACH Project teamed up with the Texas A&M Foundation to give out food Monday evening to some of those who need it most.
The REACH Project’s 1 Million Black Businesses campaign has helped over 35 black business owners in the Brazos Valley.
The REACH Project is calling all Texas A&M students who are looking to develop their professional skills to apply for their 2022 summer internship.
Gentrification is defined as the changes a neighborhood undergoes when people and new businesses move in.
With power outages still widespread throughout the community, organizers said they will extend the warming center to Friday.
Fish Aides and REACH Project will put together a COVID-19 adapted Custodian Banquet. It is in an effort to say, ‘Thank you’ to these detrimental Aggies.
The REACH Projects continues to help invisible Aggies through the holidays. They distributed 200 meals Monday.
As the holidays quickly approach, the REACH Project continues to provide support for the Aggie community.
The student organization constructed four Texas Aggie Medical Clinics and two Texas Aggie Educational Units out of shipping containers during the fall 2020 semester
REACH, founded by a former student, provides meals to contract service workers at Texas A&M.
“I want to reach out to everybody to donate to the REACH Project’s GoFundMe. With help from each one of you, we can raise funds to provide family meal packs for all those invisible Aggies who are in need.