• August 5, 2021
 Southwest Association of Nigerian Physicians donates $15k to Shooting Victims’ Fund

Southwest Association of Nigerian Physicians donates $15k to Shooting Victims’ Fund

In wake of the devastating El Paso shooting on August 3, the Southwest Association of Nigerian Physicians (SANP) donated $15,000 to assist victims and families of those affected by the massacre.

In expressing condolence to the victims and their families, SANP President Dr. Emmanuel Anekwe said, “We in the SANP have made El Paso our home; we are a testament to the welcoming and loving nature of El Paso and we will do all in our power to ensure this sad event does not define El Paso.”

Members of the SANP presented the gift to the El Paso Community Foundation Shooting Victims’ Fund on Wednesday, August 28.

The Southwest Association of Nigerian Physicians is an association of physicians of Nigerian descent practicing in El Paso and Las Cruces.

With over 50 physician members, the SANP is one of the largest non-profit medical organizations in the southwest United States. Individually, SANP members provide high-acuity, quality health care to thousands of individuals and families living in El Paso, Las Cruces, and beyond. Learn more at swanp.org.

To donate to either fund, visit El Paso Community Foundation or Paso del Norte Community Foundation.

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