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The El Paso COVID-19 Response Fund was established in partnership with the United Way of El Paso County to support nonprofit organizations serving the most vulnerable in our community - including the homeless, elderly and food insecure. Donations of all sizes are welcome and will add up to make a big impact.  More than $650,000 in needs have been identified as urgent across the community. If you are interesting in applying, click here for more information.

Nearly $200,000 in grant awards have been made to date to the following organizations:

  • El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank - $25,000
  • Project Bravo - $5,000
  • Cleaning supplies for 17 shelters - $22,000
  • Senior Fund - $3,000
  • Desert Spoon Food Hub - $9,130
  • Opportunity Center for the Homeless - $10,000
  • Alzheimer's Association, West Texas Chapter El Paso - $3,850
  • Sacred Heart Church - $5,170
  • Casa de Peregrinos - $11,000
  • Mustard Seed Cafe - $8,100
  • Alliance for Border Collaboratives - $15,000
  • The Salvation Army - $5,000
  • YWCA El Paso del Norte Region - Respite Care - $15,000
  • NAMI El Paso - Mental Health Services - $5,704
  • Center Against Sexual and Family Violence - $9,857
  • El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Lyft Program - $15,000
  • Ciudad Nuevo Community Outreach - $3,000
  • Rio Grande Cancer Foundation - $5,000
  • United Way of El Paso County - $16,000
  • PPE - $1,000
  • YMCA Armed Services - $9,508
  • Project Amistad - $15,000
  • El Paso Center for Children - $15,000
  • RotaCare El Paso - $15,000
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of El Paso - $6,500
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Paso - $6,374

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Non-Cash

Tangible personal property. Examples may be real estate, oil, gas, or mineral interests.

Planned Gifts

Bequests, appreciated securities, life insurance, retirement plans, and charitable remainder trusts, and more.

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