• October 20, 2021

Tags : el paso shooting

One Fund El Paso approves funding for victims of August

On Monday, the One Fund El Paso Task Force announced the final distribution of $11,518,558.30 in donated funds to victims of the August 3, 2019 mass shooting in El Paso. The National Compassion Fund is handling the distribution of the funds donated after the shooting, which left 22 people dead. Total donations to One Fund […]Read More

WellMed Charitable Foundation presents $575k donation for victims of El

On Wednesday, officials with WellMed Charitable Foundation (WCF) donated over $575,000 to the El Paso Strong fund, set up to help victims of the August 3 Walmart massacre. WellMed presented the check to City Representative Henry Rivera and Paso del Norte Community Foundation CEO, Tracy Yellen at WellMed’s new location at 615 Zaragoza. The gift represents […]Read More

Video+Story in Many Pics: Cielo Vista Walmart reopens after August

Nearly three months after the shooting that took the lives of 22 shoppers and injured 26, the Cielo Vista Walmart reopened Thursday, November 14th. As members of the press and law enforcement looked on, shoppers slowly made their way into the remodeled store.  Cheers could be heard from the Walmart staffers inside. Some Walmart team members […]Read More

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