Category: How We Work
Roberta Has Faith In Family
Roberta Leal’s story could have been tragic, but with the help of the BakerRipley family, it’s powerful!
Shell & BakerRipley change lives together in Deer Park
Today, we celebrate Shell for making an amazing one million dollar legacy investment in Deer Park through its partnership with
The BakerRipley East Aldine Campus Turns One!
It’s hard to believe, right? One year has passed since the grand opening of the BakerRipley East Aldine Campus. Since opening,
Q&A: How we support local entrepreneurs
We talked with Estella Gonzalez, Assistant Director of Economic Opportunity, about what makes our Entrepreneurship Connection program unique.
It’s coming: BakerRipley East Aldine Campus
We’re a step closer to officially opening the BakerRipley East Aldine Campus.
The Making of a Center: East Aldine
Since first engaging in East Aldine, we have continually engaged residents and partners in building a collective vision for the
An appreciative approach to Senior Services
Jane Bavineau, Vice President of Wellness, talks about flipping the script on aging, the silver tsunami we keep hearing about and how Appreciative Inquiry changed her perspective.
Why our approach is different
Our Senior Vice President of Program Planning & Evaluation explains how we work in communities and why that’s changed over time.
Here’s How We Welcome: Q&A on Immigration
No matter where you stand on the issue, most would agree U.S. immigration policy is complex, confusing and controversial.
Houston, we have a Fab Lab!
A brand new Fab Lab is under construction in the BakerRipley East Aldine Campus and is set to open in late summer.
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.
How we help after disasters.
BakerRipley has an important role in disasters. We are responsible for assistance with long term recovery after Hurricane Harvey.
At New Neighbor students learn a lot more than English
“You’ll have a student who speaks Arabic, one who speaks Spanish and another that speaks Hindi interacting with one another with very little English and that’s truly a beautiful process to see.” – Parisa Behzadi, Lead Teacher at New Neighbor School
Celebrating women who changed Houston for good
International Women’s Day: We take a look back at our history and celebrate the contributions of two special women to Houston.
Today, we are excited to announce our new name: BakerRipley. A name that recognizes our history while speaking to our future.
Neighbors Should Live As Friends
What happens when we go back to our roots and think about how Neighbors should live as friends?