• April 10, 2021

Tags : Get Shift Done

Get Shift Done for El Paso marks one-year anniversary

It was a little more than a year ago that the El Paso Community Foundation joined with the Get Shift Done initiative of northern Dallas to create Get Shift Done for El Paso. Rolled out on April 4, 2020, the donor-supported Get Shift Done for El Paso is still going strong. “It has paid out more than $1.1 million in […]Read More

Get Shift Done celebrates one year anniversary of support for

Friday, March 19th, marks the one year anniversary of Get Shift Done, a non-profit initiative that was launched in response to COVID-19 to pay a living wage to newly unemployed hospitality workers to fill the gap of volunteer shifts in hunger relief organizations, such as food banks, food pantries, and school systems. Created and in […]Read More

Two Grants totaling $100k help ‘Get Shift Done’ employ El

Officials with the El Paso Community Foundation, announced Thursday the arrival of two grants totaling $100,000, allowing the Get Shift Done for El Paso initiative to continue providing paid shift work for laid-off hospitality workers during the novel coronavirus pandemic. The grants were made by the Get Shift Done for North America fund, which was […]Read More