We are working with churches, schools and other community organizations to provide continuity of our services, assessing on a daily basis, with them, what is appropriate. The first changes are mentioned above.
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…
What is Attack Poverty Disaster Recovery (APDR)? The flooding of the Brazos River in 2016 directly impacted the communities we serve and love. Attack Poverty saw a need for immediate reaction and started to assist residents with muck and guts and unmet resources. Attack Poverty recognized a need for collaborative partnerships in recovery and assisted in launching Fort Bend Recovers. … Read More
We wanted to share with you a story about one of our ESL students, Little Lady, that came to us last September from a protective program. She had been abused and controlled by her husband and was disowned by her family because in her culture, they don’t divorce. She managed to break away and found refuge for herself. When her … Read More
(Richmond, Texas) – Local nonprofit goes partners with The Kinne Group for their upcoming fundraiser! The Kinne Group is the presenting sponsor for the Run To Attack Poverty 10K. The Run to Attack Poverty, presented by UT Physicians, will host a 5k and a 10K scheduled for Saturday April 21, 2018 in Richmond, TX! This seventh annual event is shaping … Read More