Checking In: An Update from the CEO Feb. 1, 2021

We all have something to contribute. We hope you’re doing well and staying safe. We will be coming up on a year since the start of the pandemic in March 2020. From tragedy to crisis, the last year has been one of growth at Attack Poverty. And what we’ve learned is that we’re not just in the middle of a … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Partnership with Lucille’s 1913 Mentioned in the Fort Bend STAR

Attack Poverty was mentioned on Fort Bend STAR highlighting our partnership with Chef Chris Williams who is the owner of Lucille’s 1913 restaurant in Houston, Texas. Read Article “[Chris Williams] has partnered with Attack Poverty, a Stafford nonprofit which will allow him to access more production kitchens to train new hires like the kitchen the organization utilizes in Richmond and … 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

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

Brandon Baca (CEO) on Spotlight Conversations Podcast with DJ Donna Reed

Brandon Baca, CEO of Attack Poverty was featured in DJ Donna Reed’s Spotlight Conversations podcast. Donna Reed is an award winning professional voiceover talent and radio personality, working from her home studio, Spotlight Communications.  “We are such a unique organization in some way. We are at the street level. We are grassroots by nature, on the streets, in communities. ” … Read More

Attack Poverty’s Partnership with River Pointe West End Church Highlighted in Tyler Morning Graph

Attack Poverty’s partnership with River Pointe Westend Church on October 31st, 2020 was featured in the Tyler Morning Graph. “Through collaborations with River Pointe West End Church and Attack Poverty, individuals were identified and selected to attend the drive-through distribution. They received 500 meals, 300 non-perishable food boxes, gift cards, 200 face masks, 500 shoe vouchers and candy in celebration … 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

Letter From the CEO

We wanted to share a letter from Attack Poverty’s CEO, Brandon Baca. It is our calling to advocate for and serve the poor. Over the past month or so, I have been on a journey thinking about some critical realities in our culture. I want to believe this passage: “The poor will see and be glad – you who seek … 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

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