How nonprofit Attack Poverty works to improve communities from inside, out by the Houston Chronicle

“Flores’ story is just one example of how Attack Poverty serves its neighbors. It offers adults courses in GED prep, faith and finance, job readiness, ESL, technology workshops, and marriage and parenting. It provides in-school support to teachers, helps the homeless and is currently working with another organization to bring community members into an existing community garden. Baudoin said Attack … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Friends of North Rosenberg’s Grand Opening Highlighted in the Houston Chronicle and Fort Bend Herald

“Rosenberg residents, community leaders, and elected officials gathered Thursday evening to celebrate the grand opening of nonprofit Attack Poverty’s Friend of North Rosenberg community center. Under construction for a year, North Rosenberg Neighborhood Resource Center is a 9,600 square-foot facility with classrooms, a commercial kitchen, a large meeting room, offices, and a computer room.” Read Article More Stories > Donate … Read More

This is Friends of North Rosenberg

A video series that tells the story of Attack Poverty’s Friends of North Rosenberg location. You will hear from our CEO, Brandon Baca, the director of FNRO, Jennifer Cooper, stakeholders, and residents of the North Rosenberg community. More Updates > To make a financial contribution to our Friends of North Rosenberg location, click the button below. Donate Now

Attack Poverty’s Collaborative Response to Hurricane Ida Highlighted in the Houston Chronicle

Attack Poverty’s collaborative response to Hurricane Ida was highlighted in the Houston Chronicle. “The senior director of operations for Attack Poverty, a Stafford-based nonprofit, had been focused on engaging partners to help since last weekend. The Category 4 hurricane made landfall Sunday – Louisianans supported Houstonians four years ago during and after Hurricane Harvey, and Baudoin said Attack Poverty wants … Read More

Hurricane Ida Response: Letter From the CEO

We wanted to share a letter from our CEO, Brandon Baca, as to how you can come alongside us to respond to Hurricane Ida’s aftermath. Below you will find collection site information and a list of supplies needed. Dear Friends, As you are aware, Hurricane Ida moved through the Gulf Coast making landfall as a category 4 Hurricane this past … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Grant Opportunity from State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist Program

We are excited to announce that our organization is in the top 200 causes for State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist program! The program awards $25,000 grants to 40 nonprofit organizations to help fund neighborhood improvement projects. $25,000 will support the home repair process for up to 5 homes at a maximum project cost of $5,000!   You can vote up to … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Grant and Match Opportunity from The George Foundation Highlighted in the Houston Chronicle

“That’s why we’re excited and humbled about opportunities like with The George Foundation that will come alongside us to not only grant funds but create matching opportunities to give people an added incentive to come alongside and work with us,” Baca said. “So anytime you know that your $1 turns into $2 and it’s really making an impact alongside an … Read More

The George Foundation Awards Attack Poverty a Multi-Year $300,000 Grant with Additional Match

As mentioned in The Katy News, Attack Poverty is happy to announce that we will receive $150,000 in the fiscal year 2022, starting July 1, 2021. The other $150,000 is earmarked for distribution at the beginning of the fiscal year 2023. In addition, The George Foundation has agreed to match up to $25,000 for all new funds as part of … Read More

Checking In: An Update from our CEO July 16th, 2021

Celebrating 10 Years of Empowerment! Our team is back from a well-deserved break and has already hit the ground running to begin our 2021 fiscal year! Join our CEO, Brandon Baca as we reflect on the last year and begin to celebrate our 10th year of empowerment! Stay tuned for some exciting things happening around AP! More Stories > We … Read More

Attack Poverty Highlighted in Houston Chronicle’s Sunday Conversation

Attack Poverty was highlighted in the Houston Chronicle’s Sunday Conversation during the month of June 2021. “We believe poverty is more than just about stuff. If it were about just materialistic items, then we wouldn’t still be dealing with poverty. When most people think poverty, they think about individuals who may be struggling financially. And while we do serve individuals … Read More