Checking In: An Update from our CEO March 15th, 2021

Winter Storm Recovery Efforts with Avalon! We invite you to hear more from Avalon, our Director of Disaster Recovery, who tells us more about what is happening in the recovery efforts after the Texas Winter Storm!   We are so grateful that with your support, Attack Poverty has been able to perform home assessments, work with contractors to help support … Read More

Replenish Series: Part 2

How do you replenish? Jason Hall, our Director of Church Mobilization, is back with Part 2 of his Replenish Series. If you missed Part 1, click here to watch and listen. Jason speaks out of Joel 2:25-27 to encourage you with what the Lord placed on his heart during this season. We pray that you continue to find rest in … Read More

Attack Poverty and Partners, FBC Judge KP George, Lucille’s 1913, and Highway Vodka, Mentioned in the Houston Chronicle

Attack Poverty was featured in the Houston Chronicle highlighting our partnership with Fort Bend County Judge KP George, Lucille’s 1913, and Highway Vodka in response to serving the communities in the Fort Bend County area after the Texas Winter Storm. ““Some people in Richmond didn’t have power for more than 48 hours and some lost water for multiple days; a … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Partnership with Lucille’s 1913, HEB, and Fort Bend County Highlighted in KPRC Channel 2

Attack Poverty was highlighted on KPRC Channel 2 for our food distribution in partnership with Lucille’s 1913, HEB, and Fort Bend County Judge KP George.  “Fort Bend County teamed up with H-E-B who donated fresh produce. Highway distillery donated bottled water. Attack Poverty brought hundreds of volunteers and Lucille’s restaurant provided hot meals.” – KPRC Channel 2 Read Article More … Read More

Matt Jackson with The Good News Project Podcast interviews CEO, Brandon Baca

Matt visits with Brandon Baca, the CEO of Attack Poverty, a 501c3 focused on breaking the cycles of poverty in Richmond, Rosenberg, and Katy, Texas, and beyond.    You too can volunteer or financially support this fantastic organization and Matt gives you the opportunity to DOUBLE the value of your donation on our “Donate Now” page.  Matt will match the … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Partnership with Lucille’s 1913 Mentioned in the Fort Bend STAR

Attack Poverty was mentioned on Fort Bend STAR highlighting our partnership with Chef Chris Williams who is the owner of Lucille’s 1913 restaurant in Houston, Texas. Read Article “[Chris Williams] has partnered with Attack Poverty, a Stafford nonprofit which will allow him to access more production kitchens to train new hires like the kitchen the organization utilizes in Richmond and … Read More