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Disaster Recovery Update

Disaster Recovery Update: May 2018

May 2018 Update: Learn about the impact of our disaster recovery work

Stories from the Recovery: A Changed Perspective

Stories from the Recovery: A Changed Perspective

“Harvey humbled me and made me see things differently. I don’t worry about material things as much and I trust people more.”

Disaster Recovery Update

Disaster Recovery Update: March 2018

March 2018 Update: Learn about the impact of our disaster recovery work

Stories from the Recovery: Sight Restored

Stories from the Recovery: Sight Restored

Linda Jerrols was looking forward to the recovery when she saw water rise again. She was still recovering from the 2016 Tax Day floods when Harvey hit.

Disaster Recovery Restoration Centers Open Across Houston

Disaster Recovery Restoration Centers Open Across Houston

As part of an ongoing effort to help our neighbors affected by Hurricane Harvey, BakerRipley has partnered with the City of Houston and Harris County to offer long-term disaster recovery support and services at BakerRipley community centers as part of the Neighborhood Restoration Program.

BakerRipley’s approach to long-term disaster recovery

BakerRipley’s approach to long-term disaster recovery

We have put in place disaster recovery programs which will be responsive to the needs of our neighbors and we are focused on providing resources to help those in need and to alleviate human suffering caused by the storm.

Meet the Winners of ¡Lánzate Houston!

Meet the Winners of ¡Lánzate Houston!

¡Lánzate Houston!, the first pitch competition conducted entirely in Spanish in Houston, was hosted by BakerRipley’s Entrepreneur Connection Program in partnership with the The City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity.

Group from Illinois helps rebuild houses in Houston

Group from Illinois helps rebuild houses in Houston

“None of them know me and I don’t know them, but I’m grateful for these angels,” says Jesse Earl Blanton about the group of volunteers that came from Illinois to help rebuild his house.

Teddy Bears from Dallas

Teddy Bears from Dallas

Hudson Voss, an 8-year-old from Dallas, collected and delivered hundreds of teddy bears to kids affected by the storm in our East Aldine community.

The recovery isn’t done

The recovery isn’t done, and neither are we

The work isn’t done yet. We are in it for the long haul, and we can’t do this without neighbors helping neighbors.

Hurricane Harvey: Recovery Resources

Hurricane Harvey: Recovery Resources

BakerRipley has compiled information and resources to help the community’s storm recovery. We will update as new information becomes available.

Our friends at the shelter

Our friends at the shelter

“There’s nothing like a storm friend. A friend you make because you saved one another in the midst of it all.”

BakerRipley Shelter at NRG: Photo Gallery

BakerRipley Shelter at NRG: Photo Gallery

To date, the BakerRipley NRG Center shelter has welcomed more than 7,000 neighbors from 110 cities in Texas. Take a look at a curated photo gallery from our time at the shelter.

How we help after disasters.

How we help after disasters.

BakerRipley has an important role in disasters. We are responsible for assistance with long term recovery after Hurricane Harvey.