“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.
At Heart of Gold 2019, Adele shared her experience with the BakerRipley Dementia Day Center.
“This was one of my dreams and I was able to do it because of BakerRipley and its supporters.”
– Irene Rodriguez
This year, BakerRipley’s Heart of Gold proved to be more than the average luncheon.
BakerRipley’s Small Business announced “Lánzate Houston” winners.
“I walked door-to-door as a postal employee and delivered recovery information to residents. The whole neighborhood flooded, so everyone needed help. Eventually, BakerRipley information came from a client on my mail route.” – Clayton Jackson, BakerRipley Disaster Recovery neighbor
“That is the message that I have for young people – do what is right and take what you have and make it the best.” – Bobbie Wooten Moorehead
Graci Garces, BakerRipley’s Director of Community Engagement, shares tips on how to stay engaged and how we’ve seen neighbors generate positive change for Houston.
After finding community at BakerRipley’s Gulfton Sharpstown campus, Maria Hernandez joined the Community Engineers program and started a group that changed Gulfton’s parks.
“I knew the keys to my success were Dorothy and Robin with BakerRipley. They made me feel comfortable, I prayed for them and I trusted they would help me get my home put back together – and they did!” – Betty Cole, BakerRipley Disaster Recovery Neighbor
“The Houston Turkey Trot is the reason I started running.”
“Natasha and her 11 neighbors that I’m working with hold a special place in my heart. These are hard-working families trying to make it. Harvey came in and ravaged this place of dreams. They are trying to bounce back and BakerRipley is helping.” – Mara Busey, BakerRipley Disaster Case Manager
For Sidia and Mario Guzman, coffee is much more than a simple beverage. It is part of their identity and a way of life
Two years ago, Paola Claros and her husband Santos fled the constant violence in their native Honduras, along with their two young sons Alex and Diego. The boys struggled in school until they transferred to BakerRipley’s New Neighbor school.