It’s hard to believe, right? One year has passed since the grand opening of the BakerRipley East Aldine Campus. Since opening,
“Every time I step inside the campus I feel a sense of pride that I haven’t found anywhere else.”
What are the main contributors to a child’s academic success? At BakerRipley we’ve learned that it comes down to two
BakerRipley continues working to make Houston stronger. See impact and stories from the recovery two years after Hurricane Harvey.
Make sure you cast your vote for BakerRipley’s own Katie Scott. Voting is live and runs through Friday, September 13.
This summer we kicked off the CodeVenture program at different BakerRipley community centers.
BakerRipley’s Fab Lab Houston teamed up with the University of Houston as part of a summer camp for young innovators.
Fab Lab Houston recently worked with Adam Savage and the National Air and Space Museum on Project Egress!
Todos los sitios y centros comunitarios de BakerRipley son espacios seguros para todos los miembros de nuestras comunidades.
All BakerRipley sites and community centers remain safe spaces to every member of our communities.
Living with dementia is hard; living alone with dementia is nearly impossible.
“I do not take lightly the privilege of speaking on behalf of entrepreneurs who are often ignored and overlooked.” – Estella Gonzalez, Assistant Director of Economic Opportunity.
In collaboration with the City of Houston and Harris County, BakerRipley expanded services to create Neighborhood Restoration Centers that helped the community recover from Hurricane Harvey.
“The Cameroonian women we’ve helped have experienced direct and horrific harm, beatings, rape, friends and family members being shot at and killed.”
“Becoming a citizen of the United States is the highest honor that anyone who is not a native of this wonderful country could receive.”
Hurricane Harvey dealt a devastating blow to Carlos Tejada, but he overcame adversity thanks to various agencies collaborating to rebuild homes and lives.
Beverly Williams attributes the BakerRipley Dementia Day center for extending her mother’s life.
When Angie enrolled her first son Bryan, now age 8, in the early childhood program, she knew he would get a good education. What she didn’t know was how much the school would impact both of her boys and herself.
VP of Wellness Jane Bavinaeu shares how BakerRipley is looking at current health care trends, what factors influences health and community wellness programs.
The new plan outlines ways we can better serve our immigrant population during times of crisis like Hurricane Harvey.
At Heart of Gold 2019, Xochitl described her project that connects community members with police officers.
His life changed when he found BakerRipley’s Immigration and Citizenship Program.