Thank you to the community for supporting the 7th annual El Paso Giving Day! Together, we raised $1,162,451.14 for 222 nonprofit organizations in the Paso del Norte region including $125,000 in matching funds and nearly $30,000 in prizes generously sponsored by our El Paso Giving Day partners.
The Paso del Norte Community Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Gator Tank Pitch Competition!
Grab your popcorn and candy, the El Paso Film Festival is back! Purchase your tickets before October 13th and receive discounted tickets with a special PdNCF promo code.
The Paso del Norte Community Foundation would like to congratulate the Green Hope Project, a fund of PdNCF, for spearheading the creation of the 64-foot Bordalo II mural made from recycled material.
New scholarship provides opportunities for students of Optometry & residents who have committed to practicing low vision.
Tito’s Way Scholarship fund was established in honor of Lyone “Tito” Velez-Segarra to provide opportunities to young, up-and-coming high school-aged leaders in the El Paso Area.
The PdNCF congratulates Mija, Yes You Can! for hosting their first-ever Women's Financial Conference, "Manage that Money Mija!".
Join Green Hope Project, Franklin Mountain Investments, and PdNCF on August 6th from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. at Alamo Drafthouse, for a special viewing of Deep in the Heart: A Texas Wildlife Story, narrated by Matthew McConaughey and a short screening of the Bordalo II documentary, Life of Waste.
On July 23rd over 1,000 families joined Moms On Board (MOB) and the YMCA on a sunny day at Ascarte Park for the 3rd annual MOB Back-to-School Event.
Six local nonprofits, which include organizations that support education, disability services, homeless prevention, social justice, and LGBTQ+ advocacy have been selected to participate in PdNCF's inaugural Gator Tank competition.
Mark your calendars! Registration opens July 21st for PdNCF's 7th Annual El Paso Giving Day on October 20th.
World-Renowned Artist Bordalo II to install a 64-ft mural out of recycled material on the side of ONE San Jacinto Plaza building.