• January 25, 2022

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El Paso Center for Children will offer new services via

The El Paso Center for Children is among four Texas organizations with long-standing ties to their communities that will offer services through the creation of new Family Resource Centers (FRCs). The effort is being funded through grants from the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS). “This is an exciting opportunity to fund family-focused […]Read More

El Paso Center for Children celebrates National Safe Place Week

As next week is National Safe Place Week, officials with the El Paso Center for Children are taking it as an opportunity to raise awareness so youth can get to safety, and to recognize local businesses and youth service providers who give their time, resources, and energy to make the community a safer place for homeless […]Read More

Molina Healthcare supports El Paso Center for Children via new

Molina Healthcare of Texas announced Friday their partnership with the El Paso Center for Children to create a “Molina Community Closet” stocked with hygiene supplies and everyday essentials to meet the immediate needs of those the center serves. “Molina Healthcare of Texas is committed to providing communities with necessary resources so they can feel more […]Read More

El Paso Center for Children kicks off Street ARTreach this

The El Paso Center for Children announced Tuesday that they will kick off Street ARTreach, a campaign that emphasizes hope and features local artists’ works projected onto buildings this weekend in Downtown El Paso. Five artists signed up to create and exhibit their art through Street ARTreach, including Christin Apodaca, Tino Ortega, Diego “Robot” Martinez, […]Read More

Helen of Troy Donating $1 million to El Paso Children’s

Helen of Troy, a designer, developer and worldwide marketer of consumer brand-name housewares, health, home, and beauty products with U.S. headquarters in El Paso, is donating $1 million to the El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center to finance its first-floor café. In addition to all the exciting things to see, hear and do, the El Paso […]Read More

Eisenberg Family to Fund Weather Exhibit at El Paso Children’s

Cliff and Martha Eisenberg and their family will fund a weather forecasting exhibition in the El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center, now under construction in downtown El Paso. The Eisenbergs’ generous donation of $300,000 supports the Immersive Weathercast component of the museum’s Big Sky exhibition, one of nine themed, interactive exhibitions. Immersive Weathercast will turn guests of all ages […]Read More

El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center gets $500k gift

The El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center announced Thursday that Kirk and Judy Robison, owners of several Peter Piper Pizza restaurants, gave $500,000 to the sponsorship of Make It, a major component in the new museum.  “We are grateful to Kirk and Judy for their generosity to the El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center. […]Read More

W. Silver Recycling to be Exhibit Sponsor at El Paso

Officials with El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center announced Thursday that W. Silver Recycling, an international company headquartered in downtown El Paso, has committed to the sponsorship of Puzzle It, a unique zone within the exhibit space.  “We thank W. Silver Recycling for this generous gift,” said Barry Van Deman, Executive Director of the El […]Read More

Transtelco to connect El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center

The El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center and La Rodadora Interactive Space, the children’s museum in Ciudad Juarez, will share an interactive exhibit that will allow visitors of both museums to engage in shared experiences.  The partnership was made possible by Transtelco, the leading multinational fiber infrastructure communication solutions provider between the U.S. and Mexico. Transtelco will provide the […]Read More

Children’s Grief Center of El Paso receives $111k for mental

The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health announced Wednesday that it has awarded $1,000,000 for the Communities for Children grants, and an El Paso organization was included in the funding. The Children’s Grief Center of El Paso was awarded $111,000 as part of the million dollar grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI). The goal of the initiative […]Read More