Attack Poverty’s Partnership with Reliant NRG Highlighted in Fort Bend Star

Our partnership with Reliant NRG was highlighted in the Fort Bend Star. Reliant NRG donated $100K to our organization for our ongoing recovery efforts from Winter Storm Uri. “According to a news release from Reliant, the donation is aimed at helping to provide funding for plumbing and construction repair costs for 20 damaged homes in Fort Bend County, ensuring they … Read More

Reliant Energy donates $100K to nonprofit Attack Poverty’s winter storm relief efforts

Attack Poverty was highlighted in the Houston Chronicle as Reliant Energy donates $100K to our organization for our Texas Winter Storm relief efforts. “Faith-based organization Attack Poverty works to strengthen under-resourced neighborhoods. The nonprofit spent the past year redesigning its existing programs in response to the pandemic. After February’s freeze, AP turned its focus to getting the county back on … 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

Generator provided for Roy and Lucinda

Our dear friends Roy and Lucinda went without power for multiple nights this week just like many other Texans. Roy from the North Richmond community is a recent kidney transplant patient and has gone through some big health challenges. Roy and Lucinda were trying to stay warm in their truck at night, but this wasn’t sustainable for them. They were … Read More