• May 25, 2022

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Project ARRIBA receives Bank of America Grant for Regional Workforce

Project ARRIBA, a community-based nonprofit dedicated to workforce and economic development in El Paso, announced Tuesday that the organization is receiving $250,000 over the next three years in grant funds from Bank of America to help the program fill the rising need for healthcare workers in the area. With the El Paso region is experiencing […]Read More

Bank of America Foundation Invests $40,000 in Project ARRIBA

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation announced Monday their recent investment of $40,000 in Project ARRIBA to support its Building Pathways to the Middle Class Through Higher Education Project.  Officials share that this investment will be used to advance a postsecondary education of our available workforce to meet the need for essential healthcare workers, e.g. […]Read More

Paul Foster Donates $50k to Project ARRIBA

Project ARRIBA, an El Paso workforce and economic development initiative, announced Friday that Paul Foster has donated $50,000 to the organization. “The commitment Project ARRIBA has to workforce development in our region is outstanding,” said Foster, president of Franklin Mountain Management, LLC. “The organization has a proven track record of success with El Pasoans who […]Read More

EPSO’s Tocando Music Project honored with Manhattan Institute’s 2020 Civic

Wednesday morning, officials with the Manhattan Institute announced five outstanding nonprofits and their leaders as recipients of its 2020 Civil Society Awards. Among the group of honorees, was El Paso’s own Ruth Ellen Jacobson and the Tocando Music Project. The Tocando Music Project empowers children growing up in challenging social and economic conditions in and near El Paso, Texas, to transform […]Read More

Bank of America supports El Paso nonprofits with over $750k

El Pasoans, still reeling from the impacts of COVID-19, have faced yet another year of unprecedented challenges ranging from unemployment and food insecurity to healthcare and emergency childcare services. Nonprofit organizations have stepped up to help fill these gaps where they can, and Bank of America remains committed to addressing immediate and persisting needs in […]Read More

TTUHSC El Paso awarded $2.9M Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions Program Grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso a $2,997,739  federal grant through the agency’s Title V Developing Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Program. “Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) play a critical role in closing the educational achievement gap for Hispanic Americans, who – as a group – face unique barriers that can […]Read More

$50k Wells Fargo Grant keeps Hunt School of Nursing Students

On Thursday, April 2, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso officials announced a $50,000 grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation that will provide a safety net for nursing students facing financial challenges and unforeseen circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic. School officials shared that “Wells Fargo’s generous grant will help students attending TTUHSC […]Read More