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.
In 2016, Todd was battling Hodgkin’s Lymphoma – a type of cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes – but he still showed up for the TXU Energy BakerRipley Turkey Trot , just like he has for the past 25 years.
Hudson Voss, an 8-year-old from Dallas, collected and delivered hundreds of teddy bears to kids affected by the storm in our East Aldine community.
The work isn’t done yet. We are in it for the long haul, and we can’t do this without neighbors helping neighbors.
BakerRipley has compiled information and resources to help the community’s storm recovery. We will update as new information becomes available.
“There’s nothing like a storm friend. A friend you make because you saved one another in the midst of it all.”
To date, the BakerRipley NRG Center shelter has welcomed more than 7,000 neighbors from 110 cities in Texas. Take a look at a curated photo gallery from our time at the shelter.
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