Attack Poverty’s Partnership with Feed the Hunger Packathon Highlighted in the Houston Chronicle

Attack Poverty was mentioned on the Houston Chronicle because of our partnership with Feed the Hunger Packathon.  “For the Packathon, volunteers packed nutritionally complete non-perishable meals that were then distributed to local charities, including Katy Christian Ministries, Hope Impacts, Compassion Katy, Attack Poverty, Eyes on Me and Children Like Loni. Meals were also shipped abroad to impoverished areas around the … Read More

Hope Rising in Sulphur, Louisiana

A woman by the name of Eve, who is also a mother of 3 children, was encountered by God in Sulphur, Louisiana while Attack Poverty’s Disaster Recovery team and our Friends of Sundown location were serving in the area during the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.   **NOTE: The individual referenced in this story has had their name changed to a … Read More

100,000th Individual Served

Making the decision to continue to serve our community through the COVID-19 pandemic was easy. However, we could not have imagined the impact we would have across our locations. From March through July we have had the privilege to serve and meet individuals’ basic needs across Harris and Fort Bend County. In a time of scarcity of supplies and fear … Read More

Rising From the Storm

Diana, local resident of North Rosenberg, had her trailer home damaged in the Memorial Day flood of 2016. As the river continued to rise, the family decided to leave with almost no money and no place to go. They only knew that their home was no longer safe. When the water receded, they returned only to find that everything in their home was contaminated and unsalvageable…