E. King Gill Award recipients Carolyn and Tommie Lohman ’59 found a rewarding joy investing in A&M students and student-athletes.
Texas A&M University has a proud athletic tradition, highlighted by the 12th Man fan base, our talented student-athletes, and the dedicated coaching staffs of 18 men's and women's varsity sports. The generosity of 12th Man Foundation members is critical to sustaining the tradition of outstanding Aggie Athletics. As the primary funding source for Texas A&M Athletics, the 12th Man Foundation's mission is clear - to fund scholarships, programs and facilities in support of championship athletics.
Our desire is to endow scholarships for all student-athletes at Texas A&M through the 1922 Fund. This fund is an initiative to benefit student-athletes from different teams, backgrounds and upbringings, and its impact will forever resonate. In 2016-17, scholarship costs reached a record-high $10.9 million. Make a direct investment in the long-term viability and success of the Texas A&M Athletics with a gift to the 1922 Fund.
In an effort to stay at the forefront of collegiate women’s basketball, we invite you to invest in the redevelopment of the women’s basketball student-athlete center. This space within the Cox-McFerrin Center is one of the key highlights of a student-athlete’s tenure at Texas A&M and is one of many important aspects of a recruit’s decision to choose our University. This project will include an improved nutrition area, updated graphics, enhanced technology, Team Meeting Room upgrades and a Players’ Lounge. Naming opportunities include: Signature Naming Rights, Players’ Lounge, Nutrition Area And Equipment Room.
Your donation to the Annual Fund transforms every student-athlete's experience at Texas A&M by allowing the Athletics Department to use donations where they are needed most to best support student-athletes, athletics programs and athletics projects. Seat donations at various A&M venues, including Kyle Field, Reed Arena and Blue Bell Park, are all crucial elements of supporting A&M Athletics. 12th Man Foundation memberships begin at $150 per year and carry a variety of benefits.
Home of the Texas A&M football program, the Bright Complex gives the Aggies a premiere facility to call their own. Already the most forward-thinking, technologically-advanced football training facility in collegiate athletics, the Bright Complex is in need of renovations to further equip Coach Fisher and his staff with the best tools to recruit and compete at the highest levels.
Support Texas A&M football and ensure that the Bright Complex continues to be the flagship football training facility in the nation by donating today.
Naming opportunities are available and commensurate with giving. Please contact the major gifts staff for more information.