It was four years ago that we began the “Building Neighborhoods that Work Campaign” in Aldine and today we’re a step closer to officially opening the BakerRipley East Aldine Campus.
At BakerRipley we don’t start with the building, we start with the community. The community is engaged in every step of the process and you can see how the look and feel is distinctly “Aldine proud.”
This is all possible due to the commitment of our East Aldine partners who invited us to the community – and our campaign donors, who have provided the leadership and fuel for this project.
The center – a small business and entrepreneurship hub – is a place of welcome, engagement and collaboration where neighbors (youth, adult, seniors and families) can enjoy a variety of holistic programs, resources and services.
Stay tuned for the grand opening in September, in the meantime you can learn more about our East Aldine story below.
Check out the East Aldine Story playlist
Meet Raul, a long-term resident of East Aldine who’s been involved in the project since the beginning.