Double Your Impact! We’ve received a matching gift up to $50k! Every dollar given is doubled. Just like any normal day, we show up in our communities to empower people to attack poverty in their life and community by strengthening under-resourced Every $1 you donate today becomes $2! communities through spiritual growth, education, revitalization, and basic needs. This week has … Read More
We work with the local church to model what can happen when people work together for the common good. Therefore, it is a core value of ours to put faith into action and develop platforms and outlets that strengthen faith and put faith into practice. This is no different as we serve on the front lines of COVID-19. This week we held meetings with churches across Houston. Many stepped into action! If you are a church interested in supporting our work, please contact us now!
Y’all, we are getting the word out! Attack Poverty was invited to speak with Chuck Akers with COX Media Group this morning. Our CEO, Brandon Baca was not only able to share about the ongoing work Attack Poverty does around the world, but also our most recent updates and actions to serve the most vulnerable during COVID-19. More Stories > … Read More
MESSAGE FROM BRANDON | Interim CEO Attack Poverty is on the front lines for the most vulnerable across the greater Houston community. Even in the uncertain times of COVID-19 and its many implications, it continues to be our mission to strengthen under-resourced communities. As resources become more limited for us, it’s even more damaging for our friends. They regularly lack … Read More
April 4 is now August 29, 2020 Attack Poverty announces today that, in the interest of public health, its annual Run to Attack Poverty, originally scheduled for April 4, has been postponed to August 29. August 29 2020 We want to thank our sponsors, volunteers and those who registered to participate for their dedication, and we look forward to coming … Read More
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…