BakerRipley is constantly evolving in response to the larger story in the Houston region, and that story right now is about hardworking, low-income families moving up the economic ladder, and achieving greater opportunities. This is where we share our thoughts and views on the bigger story — on the policies, decisions, events, actions, and everything around us that impacts our communities. Be a part of the discussion. We’re listening.
“I’m feeling spectacular. I’ve never felt this anxiety, happiness and exctasy at the same time. It’s awesome,” said Cameron Wienman, a High School student and one of the skater visionaries.
The economic, political and social climate will continue to evolve, but our core mission to improve the lives of our neighbors and communities will always be the same.
International Women’s Day: We take a look back at our history and celebrate the contributions of two special women to Houston.
The 2017 Heart of Gold Celebration honored Murry & Polly Bowden while celebrating our 110th year of service in Houston. Thanks our host committee, and the Bowdens, we raised over $1 million. Take a look back at the celebration.
Today, we are excited to announce our new name: BakerRipley. A name that recognizes our history while speaking to our future.
Therefore, it is my sincere hope that as we commence with forums, cultural events, movie screenings and more for Black History month we examine how it informs the work we are currently doing.
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