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.
Ending DACA is cruel and devastating for our community, but at BakerRipley we’re working around the clock to assist our neighbors.
BakerRipley has an important role in disasters. We are responsible for assistance with long term recovery after Hurricane Harvey.
Getting ready for school is a community effort and Chevron brought the giving spirit to our Back-To-School Community Health Fairs all across the city earlier in August.
“You’ll have a student who speaks Arabic, one who speaks Spanish and another that speaks Hindi interacting with one another with very little English and that’s truly a beautiful process to see.” - Parisa Behzadi, Lead Teacher at New Neighbor School
“I don’t know where I would be without the teachers that have helped me along the way” Luiz Cuevas, 2017 GED Graduate of the Year.
Capital One guides Youth Entrepreneurs in ther own “Shark Tank” style pitch competition.
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