Harold Hendrick with Bott Radio Network interviews CEO, Brandon Baca

Our CEO, Brandon Baca, had the opportunity to give an overview of Attack Poverty on the Christian talk radio with Judy Redlick and Harold Hendrick on Encounter KSIV with Bott Radio Network. Listen More Stories > This story is an example of just one of the many lives being impacted throughout our communities. We are so greatful for your generous … 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

The Gospel in Rushere, Uganda

Attack Poverty is excited share with you what God has been doing over the last few months in Uganda!  The Gospel of Jesus Christ is moving all around the communities that we get to serve! The Rushere Community Church happens to be one of them! Even in the middle of a pandemic, they are praising God for the kindness, provision, … Read More

“Touched by God”

Each of the communities we work within displays God’s powerful work. In most of our Friends’ locations, we have been hosting prayer walks where we intercede with and for the community to see spiritual strongholds break. We have had the opportunity to see firsthand how God awakens potential and provokes transformation in the lives of individuals and the community. These … Read More

Volunteering from Within: Friends of North Rosenberg

The goal for this community is to have a long-term commitment that requires mutual relationships and collaboriative efforts with local organizations, church, residents, and stakeholders committed to community transformation. Pictured (from left to right) are Jessie G., William G., and Andy O. Although this year has looked a bit different for each of our locations due to COVID-19, our mission … Read More

Hope Rising in the Pandemic

We’ve been serving and meeting basic needs of the underserved through the COVID-19 pandemic across the Greater Houston area. Here is a glimpse at what we’ve been doing and a word from our CEO, Brandon. When we paused our programs across all locations to make our resource centers food and resource distribution centers, we had no idea what would come … Read More

Fostering Compassion and Love in Richmond’s Teens

Mercy Goods is a social enterprise that is investing in the lives of teenagers in Richmond, TX and changing the lives of teens and volunteers through service. Goods that do good. That phrase is key to the work that is done in Mercy Goods. Zach, who oversees the work done in the shop has created an environment for Richmond’s teens … Read More

Iris’ Story | La Historia de Iris – Friends of Four Corners

Awaken Potential | Provoke Transformation from Attack Poverty on Vimeo. Some of you may have heard Iris’ testimonial of the impact Friends of Four Corners has had on her life, but we want to share her story for those who may not have heard. “I can do it, you can do it too.” Iris owns a restaurant in a gas … Read More

Todd’s Walk for Water

Do you remember the last time you had to walk 22 miles? What about walking 22 miles in order to meet your basic needs? For many of us, walking such a distance is a reality we will never understand. We heard from Titus who took on the challenge of walking 22 miles to raise money to donate to East Asia … Read More

Empowering Local Leaders Amidst a Pandemic

Our Friends of Sundown location has one of the biggest food distributions across our Attack Poverty locations and it’s a smooth sailing process thanks to the help of incredible volunteers. However, what can often be missed is that each volunteer has a life and a story outside of their time volunteering. That’s where Perla’s story comes in. When Sundown’s Director, … Read More