Tag: BakerRipley Houston

Immigration: Operating where Human Rights cease to exist

Asylum seekers arriving in Mexico suffer horrific violence including assault, kidnapping, and rape.

Entrepreneur Connection: Family bakery thrives during uncertain times

Strong, creative, and determined, Aryelis Ortiz prides herself in making freshly baked pastries. As an entrepreneur, she’s always coming up

From the BakerRipley Food Fairs

The agency is evolving its services and programs to best serve our neighbors during these times.

Census 2020: Working for a complete count

BakerRipley is working to inform our neighbors about the importance of Census 2020.

Phillips 66 Trots for Houston

Phillips 66, our 10K and 5K race sponsor, has been supporting Turkey Trot in a variety of ways for five years now.

Katie Scott Wellcare Champion nominee

BakerRipley Director in the Running for $25,000 Award

Make sure you cast your vote for BakerRipley’s own Katie Scott. Voting is live and runs through Friday, September 13.

BakerRipley: Know Your Rights

All BakerRipley sites and community centers remain safe spaces to every member of our communities.

How BakerRipley Connects Families to Opportunities

“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.

Disaster Response: Humanitarian plan unveiled

The new plan outlines ways we can better serve our immigrant population during times of crisis like Hurricane Harvey.

First to complete GED Program in East Aldine

“This was one of my dreams and I was able to do it because of BakerRipley and its supporters.”
– Irene Rodriguez

Entrepreneurs compete in Lánzate Houston

BakerRipley’s Small Business announced “Lánzate Houston” winners.