’Tis the season to give, and Woodshore has a track record of giving back to the community through its Woodshore Community Service Foundation. This year, many students of Brazosport College are the recipients of this generous funding, thanks to the suggestion of Woodshore resident Aldo Capristo who serves on the board for the college and knew that COVID-19 had created financial hardships.

“Thanks to the Woodshore Foundation’s generous gift of $5,000, emergency aid funding is available to students who experience circumstances that interrupt their educational and career goals at Brazosport College,” says Tracee Watts, Brazosport’s Vice President of College Advancement. “This gift will assist students in navigating the pandemic crisis by meeting needs related to housing, emergency health concerns, meals, and other expenses impeding their education.” According to Woodshore Developer Doug Konopka, a percentage of home sales is earmarked for community enhancements via the Foundation. “Woodshore is consistently focused on ways to enrich the lives of our residents as well as our neighbors throughout the Lake Jackson/Clute region,” he adds. “We are all proud to help meet this local need in a big way during a year that has put people of all ages in financial turmoil. It is a privilege to be able to give back, especially at this time of year.”