Officials with DYOPATH, a managed service provider and information technology provider, announced Thursday a financial pledge for the Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund – an initiative aimed at assisting El Paso County residents who are behind on their electric bill payments.
“DYOPATH has proudly served in the El Paso-Las Cruces region for the past 14 years with over 40 team members who help meet IT solutions and services for El Paso Electric, and share the same strong commitment to social responsibility and community involvement as EPE,” shares DYOPATH Executive Vice President and Co-Founder Chuck Orrico.
“With our presence throughout the U.S., we have seen how this pandemic has impacted various communities. We commend EPE and the faith community of El Paso who have created Bright Hearts of El Paso and are proud to stand at their side to assist as many residents as possible.”
DYOPATH is set to donate $2,000 that will be matched 100% by El Paso Electric.
Fund officials say that DYOPATH’s pledge will be added to the grand total of contributions made to the Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund bringing the donation total to more than $166,000 that includes EPE’s match.
The Fund has so far assisted over 680 El Paso County residents. The goal is to raise $500,000 before the EPE match, or $1 million total. Donations may be made via this link.
The Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund is a partnership between EPE, the faith community of El Paso, and the El Paso Community Foundation.
For questions about Bright Hearts of El Paso, call the El Paso Community Foundation at (915) 533-4020 or go to the Bright Hearts website.