Due to the ongoing pandemic caused by Covid-19, Kyle Field Day will be going to a virtual platform. This will consist of an informative slide show that will tell readers about what service organizations we had planned to host at Kyle Field Day 2020 and how they can get involved with these organizations. We will also have instructions on how to complete small service projects from home during the quarantine. More information will be shared via our social media who’s links are below.

Come Share you Service at Virtual Kyle Field Day with the links below!


Service you can do from home:

Learn about different Service Organizations Partnered with Kyle Field Day with the links below!

Medical Service Organizations:

Children’s Service Organizations:

Local Service Organizations:

  • WHEN: April 19, 2020

  • WHERE: Online


~50 Nonprofit Organizations


Every one of the organizations at KFD 2019 will have a tangible & impactful service project that you can contribute to!

World-Class Entertainment

Live Music, Performance, Games, Face Painting, and MORE!

Entertainment for past KFDs!

Alii Michelle
Lil’ Wranglers
The Gymnastics Team
Reginald S. Stuckey
Fade 2 Black
Century Singers
Yell Leader
Mitchell Scogna

Lend a Hand

Have a lasting impact on nonprofits from around the community, state, ... and the world!

Make Your Mark

Leave a lasting impact on the community you’re a part of. Kyle Field Day seeks to help connect the community to local community service and volunteer opportunities, as well as providing the community an opportunity to make a lasting impact across the world!

Want More Information?

Get Involved

Are you apart of an organization who could benefit from a service project or community awareness? If so, Kyle Field Day is the event for you! The volunteers and representatives of Kyle Field Day ask you to fill out our short event contract below so we can learn a little more about your organization and what we can do to help you. If you need assistance deciding on a service project or financial aid we can help you with that as well! Just fill out the contract, and any questions can be directed via email to kylefieldday@msc.tamu.edu

Last Year’s Impact!

  • BUILD – built 6 beds for foster children

  • Childreniños – decorated piñatas for a children’s event

  • Goals for Bowls – made bracelets to take to children in the Phillipines

  • Aggieland Humane Society – made toys for cats & dogs 

  • The 12th Can – wrote thank you notes to staff and faculty that visit the pantry

  • Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network – made 63 suncatchers for retirement home residents

  • Aggie Pediatric Nursing Society – made worry dolls for pediatric patients in local hospitals

  • Reconstruction of a Survivor – Made 150+ chemo care bags for cancer patients

  • Grammy’s Cookie Convoy – Made 500+ thank you cards for troops

  • Texas A&M Hope Brigade – made cards for children in hospitals

  • Easter Seals Early Childhood Intervention – made 48 literacy boxes

  • Texas State Teacher’s Association – made letters of encouragement for teachers

  • Future Aggie Nurses – made non-stick socks for children in hospitals

  • Sigma Phi Lambda – Made 200 cards for local church missionaries

  • Patriot Paws – Made dog toys that will be distributed by Patriot Paws

  • Relay For Life – Decorated luminarias for relay for life

  • I am Priceless – painted rocks to support the Awareness ROCKS! campaign

  • Wine to Water TAMU – Made bracelets to be given to children in the Amazon & raised awareness about the global water crisis

  • Alpha Phi Omega – Made blankets for the Linus Project

  • Gamma Sigma Sigma – Made 50+ no sew hats and scarves

  • Alzheimer’s Association –

    100+ sign ups for Trial Match Research and a handprint mural representing those affected by the disease

  • Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach – Made cards to moms who gave their babies up for adoption and parents who are adopting children

  • Angels of Destiny – Made ribbon angels to be presented to the terminally ill

  • Medical Bridges – Sorted medical supplies

  • ARIAS – Cut and tied pet beds

  • Aggie Salvation Army put together bags for the homeless containing hygiene items and snacks

  • Zeta Tau Alpha – Made wreaths for breast cancer patients going through chemo

  • Circle of Sisterhood – Made 150 bookmarks for children

  • Aggies for Limbs – Created bracelets that will be donated to Limbs “angels”

  • TeamKID – Put together booklets for children in TeamKID program

  • Girl Scouts of Central Texas Troop 9045Raised awareness about the importance of using paper straws instead of plastic straws by making turtle crafts incorporating paper straws

  • CONNECT – Made handmade dog toys

  • Delta Delta Delta – Made 7 banners of notes to children at St. Judes

  • Texas A&M Nursing Class Council – Made non-slip socks for nursing home residents

  • The Women’s Bakery Texas A&M – Showed how bread is made by The Women’s Bakery in Rwanda using non-toxic playdo and wrote notes of encouragement in a booklet that will be sent to the women in The Women’s Bakery

  • Aggie Habitat for Humanity – Painted pots and made wreaths for homeowners

  • Aggies Reaching Out – Participants wrote notes for 8th graders to further their education and made motivating videos for underprivileged 8th graders. These will be given to at-risk students in HISD.

  • Citizens for Animal Protection One painted doghouse to be auctioned off to raise money for animal shelters

  • K9s4Cops – One painted doghouse

  • Lakeview Methodist Conference Center – Stained 4 benches and built stage props

  • Camp Blessing Texas – Built 6 water cooler stands

  • Isaiah’s Place –  Assembled a chicken coop

  • Save Our Street Ministries – Assembled a picnic table

  • Crossroads Retreats – Built a picnic table and 3 benches for Crossroads Retreat Center.

  • TAMU Women’s Club – Decorated paper sacks with words of encouragement that will be filled with dry goods at Anderson Food Pantry

Get ready to experience community service right on campus! Coming this April, there will be a myriad of booths that are designed to show you exactly how to give back to the community and bring you awareness in how to participate in continual service. Kyle Field Day is an opportunity for the students at Texas A&M University to actively participate in service which will benefit the Bryan/College Station community and beyond! We are thrilled to bring out a diverse group of students from various Campus Organizations, as well as individuals from the community to this event. Kyle Field Day will host a variety of stations where students will be able to participate in service projects and be informed of ways to get involved in our community


The mission of Kyle Field Day is to provide the students of Texas A&M a chance to actively engage in service and seek continued involvement in the community. By providing a wide variety of service opportunities, we look to engage both individuals and organizations. Come #ShareYourService!

Check out the Kyle Field Day 2018 Hype Video!