Letter from Attack Poverty – George Floyd

  Attack Poverty Family, We are deeply saddened and grieved at the death of George Floyd and have been thinking about the events of this week, and previous weeks, regarding the senseless killings of black individuals in America. These events are a microcosm of the events over the past several hundred years. We are grieved alongside our fellow Americans that … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Houston Hero Stories

Attack Poverty can not accomplish our mission critical work without our incredible volunteers! THANK YOU! ChristopherFriends of North RosenbergNever underestimate teenagers. Chris was one of our volunteers who got hours for National Honor Society. During COVID-19 Chris has come almost every day to help with our distribution to under resourced communities even though he already has all his hours. He … Read More

Attack Poverty Says “Thank You Partners”!

  Dear Friends of Attack Poverty, Here at Attack Poverty, our mission is to​ ​strengthen under resourced communities through spiritual growth, education, revitalization and basic needs. Of course, this wouldn’t be possible without your help. Our contributors are a great blessing to Attack Poverty as we have been able to provide meals, face masks, gloves, and other basic needs to … Read More

Chuck Akers Radio Interview with CEO Brandon Baca

Brandon Baca, Attack Poverty CEO, was recently invited on Chuck Aker’s radio show. Listen to them discuss the mission of Attack Poverty and Attack Poverty’s approach to COVID-19. More Updates > This update is part of our ongoing COVID-19 Response. We are so grateful for your generous support and commitment to helping us break the cycle of generational poverty. Donate … Read More

Attack Poverty on Great Day Houston

Watch Brandon Baca, Attack Poverty CEO, on Great Day Houston to let people know how they can get involved helping families during this pandemic. More Updates > This update is part of our ongoing COVID-19 Response. We are so grateful for your generous support and commitment to helping us break the cycle of generational poverty. Donate Now

Attack Poverty stories from #givetogethernow

The Stand Together Foundation and the Family Independence Initiative teamed up to launch #GiveTogetherNow – a rapid-response effort to get cash into the hands of families most affected by COVID-19. Attack Poverty identified and nominated 50 families to receive this one-time cash transfer of $500. This gift has made such an impact for them. Read the stories and quotes below and also check out Dwanette’s story … Read More

Three months of no water until now!

We all have experienced some challenging times while we’ve been stuck at home during this pandemic. But can you imagine not having any water on top of it all? That’s exactly what one of our friends in Richmond, Texas has been experiencing since February. For months she’s been filling yellow buckets with water from her neighbor’s faucet. She uses it … Read More

Why Food Is the Greatest Miracle for Uganda Right Now

Ugandan’s have had flooding, COVID-19 and locusts. But out of it all, Patrick explains that they’re most worried about the people dying of hunger. Earlier this week, we shared an update in Uganda about the immediate need for basic sanitation and food. Friends of Uganda has already served 500 families thanks to some donors who stepped in to help. Patrick … Read More

Attack Poverty one of George Foundation’s COVID-19 grant recipients

  “The George Foundation encourages all Fort Bend County residents to join the COVID-19 relief effort by supporting the dedicated network of nonprofit organizations serving our community with your time, talent, or financial resources during these difficult timesRoger Adamson, CEO George Foundation   Houston Chronicle and the Fort Bend Herald have covered the list of recipients of the $1.3 M … Read More