Events and Campaigns

Throughout the year, there are numerous ways to show your support for the Brazos Valley Food Bank through upcoming campaigns and other annual fundraising events.

Events & Campaigns Table

January - March                             


Spring 2022- Date TBD


The Brazos Valley Food Bank (BVFB) presents the 4th Annual Mingle for Meals (M4M): a new, dynamic fundraising event featuring 9 fast paced talks, back-dropped with images, given by local, Brazos Valley leaders, about 9 locals needs you can positively impact with your support.

M4M takes all the best elements of a TED Talk or Ignite Event to fundamentally change how philanthropy happens. This year, the event is VIRTUAL.

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April - June

      May 14th, 2022

Stamp out Hunger is the National Association of Letter Carriers annual food collection drive. On the second Saturday of May, set out your non-perishable food well before your letter carrier’s normal pick-up time. To ensure that your letter carrier is participating, call your local post office and ask to speak to your local food drive person. The Brazos Valley Food Bank may or may not be the recipient of your donation (another anti-hunger program may be the designee). To find out who benefits, call your local post office.

July - September


Thanks to legislation that created the State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) in 1993, employees of state agencies, junior and community colleges, and universities throughout Texas enjoy the benefit of giving to many of their favorite charities through an annual workplace giving campaign which features the convenience of payroll deduction.  The Brazos Valley Food Bank’s # is 250005.

October - December

October - December 

The Combined Federal Campaign(CFC) is an annual fundraising drive that provides an opportunity for Federal civilian, Postal, and Military employees to donate to non-profit organizations.

The Brazos Valley Food Bank is associated with the CFC of the Gulf Coast.  That campaign runs from October through December each year. The Brazos Valley Food Bank’s CFC # is 24637.


September- October 2021

H-E-B stores in Bryan, College Station and Brenham accept $1, $3 or $5 donations from shoppers throughout this in store campaign. The donation is just added to your grocery bill – all proceeds from Help End Hunger through H-E-B benefit the Brazos Valley Food Bank.

November 2021

Annually, Texas A&M University’s Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) organizes AggiesCan, the largest student-athlete run canned food drive in the nation with over 200 student-athletes participating last year. AggiesCan coordinates food drives with several campus sporting events, culminating in the main event – a food and fund drive on campus and in the fan zone right before a fall home football game. Proceeds benefit the Brazos Valley Food Bank and the 12th Can.

November 2021

Santa’s Wonderland hosts a Fun Run Weekend for the Brazos Valley Food Bank.  The Christmas 5k, is an evening 3.1 mile run through the lights of Santa’s Wonderland, that will happen in November 2021.  The Christmas Mile is an evening run/walk through the lights for one mile. To register, please click here.


December 1, 2021

As the family of KBTX prepares for the holidays, they invite you and your family to join them in on Wednesday, December 1st 2021 at one of six locations for the Food for Families Food Drive. During this event KBTX broadcasts live throughout the day. Shop any local grocery store to help you support this incredible effort that benefits the Brazos Valley Food Bank and food pantries in Grimes, Madison and Robertson Counties.

Non-perishable food items and money accepted.