The Champions Council was initiated in the spring of 2004 to help propel Texas A&M to the forefront of Division I athletics. As the bold catalyst for the $60,000,000 Phase II Championship Vision Capital Campaign, the distinguished members of the Champions Council have played a vital role in the critical mission of upgrading athletic facilities necessary to compete at the SEC and national levels.
The purpose of the Champions Council chapters located around the state is to share information in regards to issues, programs, and financial needs of the athletic department; to invite new members with interest and financial capability to help build a nationally recognized athletic program; and to invest personally in capital improvements at a significant level.
Through intimate invitation-only gatherings hosted by regional captains throughout Texas, the Champions Council connects the 12th Man Foundation’s most committed donors with the Texas A&M athletic department.
Qualification for Membership
To be an Ambassador sharing factual information with peers in regards to issues, programs, and athletic department initiatives; to be an Advocate to nominate and invite new members with interest and financial capability to support efforts to build championship athletic programs; and to be an Investor in a capital improvement project at a significant level.
A minimum gift of $50,000 is required for Champions Council membership. Gifts can be paid over a five-year pledge period.
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