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EP Rent Help web portal opens on July 22

Beginning next week, area landlords seeking to help their tenants avoid eviction because of economic hardships brought on by COVID-19 can visit a new website as part of the EP Rent Help Program.

On July 22, landlords can visit to register their properties to participate in the EP Rent Help Program.

“This is the first formal step landlords can take to participate in the program which will grant millions of dollars in federal CARES Act funding to landlords within the City of El Paso,” program officials shared Friday.

Additional information is available now on the website, however the program is not yet accepting applications.

Program officials share that the program will not be administered on a first-come, first-first serve basis; rather the partnership will seek to distribute the funds to those who are in the greatest need.

“Landlords must apply on behalf of their tenants; tenants will be required to provide information to their landlords to complete the application,” officials shared.

Officials add that while this program is limited to tenants living in the City of El Paso,  program officials will not ask about immigration status nor will it be used in making decisions about who receives funding awards.

A fund of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation, Under One Roof is a charitable organization of the El Paso Apartment Association established to provide financial and other support to residents of El Paso County who have been harmed by disasters such as fire, flood or pandemic, and support the professional development of owners, managers and staff of rental properties.

Recently, the City of El Paso selected a collaborative proposal from the PDN Community Foundation and Under One Roof to administer funding for rental assistance to serve thousands of El Pasoans who are facing the prospect of losing their homes due to the health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19.

Snapshot of EP Rent Help Program Timeline

▪       July 22-28, 2020: Eligible landlords will be able to access necessary forms and begin inputting preliminary information about their properties into the Web portal.

▪       July 29-August 2, 2020: Tenants and landlords can gather and sign supporting documentation and input final application information into the Web portal.

▪       August 3 and onward: The Paso del Norte Community Foundation and its partners will verify applications and begin disbursing funds directly to landlords.

Meadows Foundation awards $100k grant to PDN Foundation for COVID-19 Response

Friday morning, Paso del Norte Community Foundation officials announced that their organization received a $100,000 grant from The Meadows Foundation.

PDN Community Foundation  officials say the grant will support community response related to the impact of COVID-19.  

“We are so grateful to The Meadows Foundation for their impactful contributions to the COVID-19 Response Fund. We know this is a difficult time for everyone and appreciate this gift to help make a real difference in the lives of so many in our community,” says Tracy J. Yellen, Paso del Norte Community Foundation CEO. 

The El Paso COVID-19 Response Fund was established in partnership with the United Way of El Paso County to support nonprofit organizations serving the most vulnerable in our community-including the homeless, elderly and food insecure. 

The Meadows Foundations joins other individuals, corporations and foundations making resources available to one of eight different COVID-19 Response Funds in the PDN Community Foundation. 

The Meadows Foundation was established in 1948 by Al and Virginia Meadows, and seeks improve the quality and circumstances of life for Texans now and for future generations.

Established in 2013, the Paso del Norte Community Foundation is a public charity to support the philanthropic goals of individuals, families, corporations, foundations and nonprofit organizations to improve health, education, social services, economic development and quality of life in the entire region.


Task Force seeks to support students with devices to continue education

After the sudden closure and the uncertain timeline to reconvene schools due to COVID-19, over 1,500 students are facing the challenge of not being able to complete their coursework remotely; now Success Through Technology Education (STTE) looks to help those tripped up by the digital divide.

“There is a huge need to find devices for students. With the uncertainty when schools will reconvene, the time is now to act and help ease the potential of a virtual learning gap.” Joseph Sapien, STTE executive director.

Officials say this digital divide is a pressing concern, as it not only affects our region’s ability to remain economically competitive but presents detrimental implications for the academic and professional future of our community.

“I joined this initiative because I worry about our students not having the needed tools to complete their academic work.” Francisco Poblano, UTEP VP, IT Department.

A group of local leaders has formed a Device Shortage Task Force, to collectively seek innovative strategies that swiftly help connect students with laptop devices to alleviate the Borderplex region’s digital divide.

Below are two strategies the taskforce is actively preparing to deploy.

Strategy 1: Company Legacy Refurbish Initiative

Companies or individuals with an excess of functional laptops can refurbish and donate new or used functional laptops (with an Intel i3 processors or better) to families in need. Donations can be made by clicking here.

Strategy 2: Laptop Donation Fund

STTE has set up a dedicated fund with the Paso Del Norte Community Foundation to help fund strategies and purchase devices for students in need.

Donations are tax-deductible and can be made via this link.

Device Shortage Task Force Members

JJ Childress, Texas Techspark Community Manager, Microsoft
Marycruz De Leon, Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank
Ivan Huerta, Founder, Parabeac
Rosey Natividad, Founder, Incite Consultancy
Francisco Poblano, Assistant. VP IT Department, UTEP
Victor Sanchez, Recruitment Specialist, Western Tech
Joseph Sapien, Executive Director, STTE
Rick Webb, Dean, El Paso Community College

For more information on the Device Shortage Task Force please visit their website

Canutillo Alumni seek support for awarding scholarships as annual golf tournament canceled

While the Canutillo Alumni Foundation for Education had to suspend its annual golf tournament this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the alumni are still planning to award college scholarships and are asking for support.

The 2020 golf tournament, sponsored by Charlie Clark Nissan, was already postponed to July 17 from its original date in May, and CAFÉ hoped to hold it at Butterfield Trail Golf Club. The permanent closure of Butterfield Trail also added to the misfortune.

CAFÉ, a fund under the Paso Del Norte Community Foundation, believes that to protect the health and safety of the event participants, it is best to call off the event this year and plan for a date in 2021. But, the group is determined to do all that it can to sustain its scholarship program.

“We are disappointed that we could not hold this important event that provides much-needed assistance for our Canutillo and Northwest students,” Armando Rodriguez, CAFÉ Golf Tournament organizer said. “But, we are hopeful that through the generous support of our regular dedicated tournament sponsors and the community, our students will get the help they need to go to college.”

Anyone interested in contributing any amount to the scholarship program is encouraged to visit the CAFE’ donation page via the PDN Foundation. Donations of $1,000 or more will have the opportunity to have a scholarship acknowledgment in the name of their choice.

CAFÉ also has a monthly and annual giving membership program where members make regular automatic contributions with a credit card or payroll deduction for Canutillo ISD employees. To learn more and join CAFÉ, click here.

SISD Cares Fund established to help feed families impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

With concern for its neighbors and a desire to make a positive difference, the Socorro Independent School District recently established a SISD Cares Fund to support El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank (EPFH Food Bank) in their efforts to feed families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

All monetary donations to the SISD Cares Fund will go toward providing meals to El Paso families during this pandemic.  The EPFH Food Bank has distributed close to 80,000 boxes of food to nearly 23,000 families in El Paso since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and there is still great need to assist those who are food insecure.

“We are proud to team up with our community partners El Pasoans Fighting Hunger and Paso del Norte Community Foundation to help families during this challenging and unprecedented pandemic,” said SISD Superintendent Jose Espinoza, Ed.D.

“It is of utmost importance to provide support to those that need it most. We encourage those in Team SISD who can join in our efforts to ensure no child or family goes without the nutritious food they need to stay healthy.”

Donations also will support the challenge grant established by Hunt Family Foundation, Paul L. Foster Family Foundation and MountainStar Sports Group Foundation who have agreed to match all donations made to El Pasoans Fighting Hunger up to $1 million.

“Donations of any amount will help feed the SISD community and this is a great opportunity for Team SISD, including employees, parents and students, business associates, and supporters, to contribute to those in most need during this difficult and uncertain time,” district officials share. “Together, Team SISD can make a meaningful impact.”

Click here to donate to the SISD Cares Fund

El Paso Food and Beverage Worker’s Fund still accepting applications for assistance

Even with the recent limited openings of some El Paso restaurants and bars, local food and beverage workers are currently still struggling financially because of COVID-19.

Maggie Asfahani, creator of the fund, wants workers to know that funds are still available to those who need it.

“Although restaurants and bars are now able to open, we recognize that there is still an economic struggle for employees because of some of the state’s requirements on our businesses,” said Asfahani, owner of Salt + Honey Bakery Café in Five Points.

Although the governor recently announced that restaurants can now open at 50 percent capacity and bars at 25 percent capacity, these requirements will not be effective in El Paso until May 29.

For those who need assistance,  $100 gift cards are still available from the Paso del Norte Community Foundation’s El Paso Food and Beverage Workers Fund.

“Our restaurant and bar employees are still in need of assistance and we want them to know that this fund is here to help,” said Tracy J. Yellen, CEO of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation. “Applying for assistance can be overwhelming for some community members but we have made applying for the El Paso Food and Beverage Workers Fund simple.”

$100 gift card funds are still available. To receive these funds, submit the following information to legal name, physical address, telephone number, email address, and a copy of a letter for temporary closure or notice of termination from employment from a restaurant or bar located in El Paso County as of March 18, 2020.

Funds will be awarded to qualified applicants by Workforce Solutions Borderplex until funds are no longer available.

The Food and Beverage Workers Fund is still accepting donations by clicking here or mailing a check payable to the Paso del Norte Community Foundation (with a note that it’s for the El Paso Food and Beverage Workers Fund) to Paso del Norte Community Foundation, 221 N. Kansas Street, Suite 1900, El Paso, Texas 79901.

Mayor Margo contributes to Fund for First Responders

Just last week, the Paso del Norte Community Foundation established the EP COVID-19 Medical Equipment and Supply Fund last week to support the production and acquisition of needed protective equipment for front line workers.

Mayor Dee Margo was among the first to contribute personally to the new fund with a significant gift for PPE for the City of El Paso Police Department.

“Ensuring the safety of our community is the top priority of our police department at all times, and especially during this time,” says City of El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen. “We are grateful to Mayor Margo, for stepping up with this generous personal gift to ensure the health and safety of our police force as they work to serve our community.”

“I am blessed to be in the position to give back to our City that has given me so much,” said Mayor Dee Margo. “This personal donation of facial masks to the El Paso Police Department, through the PDN Foundation COVID-19 Medical Equipment and Supply Fund, will ensure their safety and wellness while responding to our public safety needs during our fight against COVID-19. We are a generous community driven by strength and unity.”

The EP COVID-19 Medical Equipment and Supply Fund has raised nearly $15,000 for protective equipment including an $8,400 gift from the Mayor, for the purchase of PPE for the El Paso Police Department from MFI International.

The balance of funds have been raised to support the production of face masks and face shields by a team of local 3D printers including the non-profit Fab Lab of El Paso. These local makers are using available 3D printing capabilities to fashion masks and shields for front line health care workers including physicians, nurses and staff at Centro de Salud Clinica La Fe.

Protective equipment – whether made locally or sourced by other providers – is an on-going need in our community.

For more information on how you can help, visit

Photo courtesy City of El Paso

Video+Stoy: EPISD Cares campaign funds meals for families impacted by pandemic

Wednesday morning, officials with the El Paso Independent School District announced the launch EPISD Cares, a fundraising campaign to help El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank in their efforts to feed families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“EPISD is distributing 32,000 meals per week at 50 sites throughout the District in order to meet the dietary needs of children during school closures, but our teachers and staff expressed a desire to do even more,” said Superintendent Juan E. Cabrera.

“EPISD Cares was born from that commitment to service, which has been the cornerstone of this District for more than a century.”

All monetary donations made through the EPISD Cares Fund will go toward providing meals to El Paso families during the pandemic.

EPISD Cares is a fund from the Paso Del Norte Community Foundation, and donations can be made by accessing the fund site here.

The food bank has distributed close to 80,000 boxes of food to nearly 23,000 families in El Paso since the COVID-19 pandemic began impacting the Border.

Donations made to EPISD Cares will be matched dollar for dollar up to $1 million by the fund created through the partnership of the Paul L. Foster Family Foundation, the Woody & Gayle Hunt Family Foundation and the MountainStar Sports Group Foundation.

Local restaurateurs opens fund to assist food and beverage workers

Local food and beverage workers are among the first to be hurt by the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. But help is coming thanks to a group of local restaurateurs.

“Restaurants, bars and coffee shops are inherently social places, so guidance from health authorities to limit exposure to crowds and to practice social distancing hit us all hard,” said Maggie Asfahani, who owns Salt + Honey Bakery Café in Five Points.

“We were already hurting, but the executive order that restaurants close their dining rooms forced many restaurants, including mine, to temporarily close and lay off the employees who are the backbone of our business.”

Asfahani is leading a group of local service industry volunteers who have established the El Paso Food and Beverage Workers Fund within the Paso del Norte Community Foundation. The fund will support a grant to Workforce Solutions Borderplex to provide $50 gifts to qualifying food and beverage workers who have been laid off or are working significantly reduced hours due to a temporary closure as a result of the pandemic.

“The Paso del Norte Community Foundation was established to support the needs of our region,” said Tracy J. Yellen, CEO of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation. “We are grateful to local restaurateurs and Workforce Solutions Borderplex for stepping up in these challenging times to support our workforce.”

“Across the country, the needs are great for employers and employees who have seen severe impacts to their businesses and their livelihoods,” said Leila Melendez, CEO of Workforce Solutions Borderplex.

“The generosity and leadership which these restaurateurs have shown typifies the strength, resilience and selflessness of the Borderplex region.”

You can donate by clicking here or mailing a check payable to the Paso del Norte Community Foundation (with a note that it’s for the El Paso Food and Beverage Workers Fund) to Paso del Norte Community Foundation, 221 N. Kansas Street, Suite 1900, El Paso, Texas 79901.

New scholarship announced for high school students in Clint, San Eli and Socorro

The Kiwanis Club of Horizon City recently announced the establishment of the Ben Narbuth Kiwanis Club of Horizon City Endowed Scholarship.

This new scholarship is for graduating high school seniors from the school districts of Clint, San Elizario and Socorro. 

“The Paso del Norte Community Foundation is proud to partner with the Kiwanis Club of Horizon City on this endowed scholarship named for someone who contributed so much to the community,” said Mica Short, Vice President of Development for the Paso del Norte Community Foundation.

The six scholarships for students of Clint, San Elizario and Socorro ISDs will help students continue to improve themselves and give them the opportunity to forge a bright future for themselves. This is a great example of how we partner with community organizations to achieve their charitable and philanthropic goals.”  

The scholarship was established by the Kiwanis Club of Horizon City at the Paso del Norte Community Foundation in honor of dedicated Kiwanis Club member and leader Ben Narbuth. 

Mr. Narbuth was born and grew up in Pennsylvania. He served in the Army Nurse Corps and had tours at Walter Reed Army Hospital, Japan, Germany, Vietnam, Fort Knox, Fort Sam Houston, Fort Benning, and a final tour at William Beaumont Army Hospital. Following retirement as a Colonel in 1979, he worked at Providence Memorial Hospital and Southwestern General Hospital.  

Mr. Narbuth joined the Horizon City Kiwanis Club in 1996 and became active in the Terrific Kids program and in the Kiwanis Club’s main fundraiser, Charitable Bingo.  The Terrific Kids program grew from helping students at one school to benefitting thirty-five elementary schools in the Socorro, Clint and San Elizario school districts. 

Terrific Kid recognition was aimed at students who had made real progress toward self-improvement, such as improved behavior in the classroom, reduced tardiness, students who started being helpful to their teachers and fellow students, and whose homework was completed on-time. 

Mr. Narbuth was a committed volunteer and made impacts in the lives of so many students until he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease and could no longer physically serve the community.   

This endowed scholarship honors Mr. Narbuth’s service to the community and the role he played in delivering programming to students that positively changed their trajectory in life.  

Scholarship Eligibility 

To be eligible for the Ben Narbuth Kiwanis Club of Horizon City Endowed Scholarship, a student must: 

  • Have been enrolled the final two years of his/her education at one of the following school districts: Clint, San Elizario, or Socorro; and   
  • Meet all graduation requirements by June of their graduation year, as specified by the school district attended: Clint, San Elizario or Socorro, and as set forth by the State of Texas (e.g., credits, EOC, state tests, etc.); and 
  • Have been accepted for enrollment at a community college or university or any accredited institution of learning or trade school; and 
  • Must be enrolled full-time in such institution of learning or trade school and show proof of enrollment. 

 Approved scholarships will be awarded a maximum of $1,000 per student and will be payable to the college, university or trade school after proof of registration is provide. 

Application deadline is Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 5 p.m.  To review scholarship application click here. For more information, contact Casie Pedregon at (915)218-2644 or 

Paso del Norte Community Foundation earns accreditation from Council on Foundations

Tuesday morning, officials with the Paso del Norte Community Foundation announced that it has received accreditation from the Council on Foundations – National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations Accreditation Program.

With the accreditation, the Paso del Norte Community Foundation joins 92% of the nation’s community foundations that participate in the National Standards Program.

“Accredited community foundations receive a seal of accreditation that symbolizes and assures donors and professional advisers that the community foundation is a valued place to give and make a difference,” foundation officials shared.

The National Standards Program accredits community foundations that yearly meet 26 comprehensive standards and demonstrate best practices and operational excellence in the following categories: Mission, Structure and Governance; Resource Development; Stewardship and Accountability; Grantmaking; and Donor Relations

For more information on the Paso del Norte Community Foundation, click here; for more information on the Council of Foundations – National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations, visit their website.

El Paso Giving Day, El Paso Giving Time generate nearly $3.7M in donations

During the fourth annual El Paso Giving Day and the first-ever El Paso Giving Time, generous donors contributed $3,630,966 to support the needs of local non-profit organizations 

This record-breaking philanthropic event was fueled by donations as small as $10 and a matching commitment of up to $1.5 million from Walmart.

“Every year the amount of charitable giving grows on El Paso Giving Day; this time we were given the opportunity to make an even bigger impact for the non-profits,” said Tracy Yellen, Chief Executive Officer of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation.

“Walmart’s commitment of $1 million in matching funds during El Paso Giving Day and up to $500,000 for El Paso Giving Time sparked a spirit of generosity and volunteerism which surpassed our expectations and allowed us to raise more money to support the needs of non-profits this year than in all previous years combined.”

During the weeklong early giving period, the El Paso community exceeded expectations by quickly meeting the Walmart match of $1 million.

By midnight on El Paso Giving Day, November 14, total donations stood at $3,188,543 including the Walmart match.

But, this year, El Paso Giving Day was only the beginning. Between November 15 and December 31, Walmart made a donation in honor of each qualifying hour volunteered with participating organizations.

The 86,346 hours of eligible volunteer time from EPGT resulted in a Walmart matching donation of  $442,423.

“Walmart’s extraordinary generosity ignited an unparalleled spirit of giving measured in both time and treasure, Yellen added.

“We are so proud that our community came together to give financially at record-setting levels and also rolled up their sleeves to donate over 86,000 hours in volunteer time to support nonprofit organizations.”

For those who manage charitable giving for their company or institution, they can help the Paso del Norte Community Foundation build on this unprecedented commitment to charitable giving in 2020. Call (915) 218-2642 for details.

El Paso Giving Day and El Paso Giving Time 2019 By the Numbers

El Paso Giving Day Donations $2,188,543
El Paso Giving Day (Walmart Match) $1,000,000
El Paso Giving Time (Walmart Match) + $442,423
GRAND TOTAL $3,630,966

Early giving period for 4th annual El Paso Giving Day kicks off Thursday

The fourth annual El Paso Giving Day is on track to be the biggest one yet and community members don’t have to wait to donate.

The Paso del Norte Community Foundation, Las Palmas Del Sol Healthcare and participating nonprofit organizations will kick off the early giving period for El Paso Giving Day on Thursday, November 7.

“This year, your donation can go further than ever before,” EPGD officials shared via a news release. “Donations made to qualifying nonprofits through the El Paso Giving Day online portal between 12:01am MT on November 7 and 11:59pm MT on November 14 will be  matched by Walmart up to a maximum of $1 million.”

El Paso Giving Day is part of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation’s Community of Philanthropy.  Since its inaugural year in 2016, members of our community have contributed approximately $700,000 to nearly 200 non-profit organizations throughout our community.

The region’s only community-wide day of charitable giving is held annually in November and accepts donations as small as $10.

With the support of local and national organizations, including the Meadows Foundation, El Paso Electric, Hoy Family Auto, Microsoft, Las Palmas del Sol Healthcare and United Healthcare, El Paso Giving Day incentivizes participating non-profit organizations to raise even more money to support their missions through generous matching funds and friendly competitions.

For more information on El Paso Giving Day, please visit ElPasoGivingDay websitefollow El Paso Giving Day on Facebook or via Instagram.

Walmart announces up to $1.5 Million in matching grants available for El Paso Non-profits

On Wednesday, Walmart officials announced they will award up to $1.5 million in matching grants to eligible El Paso non-profits through two local initiatives.

The first component of the company’s commitment is a match up to $1 million for funds raised during the El Paso Giving campaign launching November 7 and culminating on El Paso Giving Day, a one-day fundraising event hosted on November 14 by Paso del Norte Community Foundation to benefit verified 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofits that are headquartered or provide services in El Paso.

The matching grant is the largest ever donation commitment to the El Paso Giving Day initiative.

“We remain deeply moved by the resiliency and continued outpouring of compassion and generosity of the El Paso community,” said Todd Peterson, Walmart vice president and regional general manager. “As we continue to find ways to help the community heal, we want to honor the community’s passion for giving and service by committing up to $1.5 million for donations of money and time made to local charities through the El Paso Giving Day and El Paso Giving Time initiatives.”

Approximately 180 nonprofits have registered for El Paso Giving Day, making it easy for anyone interested in supporting local charities serving the El Paso community to donate securely to their favorite cause via the El Paso Giving Day online portal.

Donations made between 12:01 a.m. MT on Nov. 7 and 11:59 p.m. MT on Nov. 14 will be matched by Walmart up to a total maximum of $1 million.

In addition to helping El Paso nonprofits raise much needed funds by matching up to $1 million the monetary contributions made through the El Paso Giving campaign, Walmart is celebrating the El Paso community’s spirit of volunteerism by awarding up to $500,000 in grants through an El Paso Giving Time initiative, created in collaboration with the Paso del Norte Community Foundation.

“We are grateful for Walmart’s commitment to El Paso and for the generous financial support they have pledged to local non-profits through the Giving Day and Giving Time initiatives,” said Tracy Yellen, chief executive officer, Paso del Norte Community Foundation. Non-profit organizations do so much for our community. This is a fun and exciting way for us to support their essential programs and services. We are excited about the opportunity to meet Walmart’s $1.5 million challenge.”

El Paso Giving Time launches November 15 and runs through December 31, 2019.

During this six-week period, El Paso County residents can choose from dozens of eligible volunteer opportunities available on the El Paso Giving Time website. Community volunteers will work with the hosting nonprofit to enter and confirm their volunteer hours and Walmart will recommend awards of $5 per eligible volunteer hour up to a total of $500,000 maximum for the program.

Macy’s donates $100k+ to El Paso Victims Relief Fund, Offers special shopping experience to first responders

In support of community relief and recovery following the tragic August events in El Paso, Macy’s has donated a total of $100,773 to the El Paso Victims Relief Fund, established by the Paso del Norte Community Foundation.

For immediate support, Macy’s donated $20,000 to the organization in August.

From August 6 through August 20, Macy’s stores throughout the state of Texas offered customers the opportunity to round-up their in-store purchase to the nearest dollar (up to $.99) to benefit the El Paso Victims Relief Fund, $80,773 was raised through the round-up campaign with 100 percent of the funds benefitting victims and their families affected by the tragedy.

Macy’s colleagues will present the total check donation on Monday, September 16 at Macy’s Cielo Vista.

As part of this, Macy’s would also like to recognize the significant contributions of El Paso’s local heroes – the first responders.

Any first responders who arrive at the event between 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. will receive a $25 Macy’s gift card as well as a special shopping experience with a Macy’s Personal Stylist and beauty experts.

Customers will also be able to enjoy light refreshments during the event.

Macy’s officials added that they will “continue to work with the El Paso community to identify meaningful ways to support our neighbors and friends impacted by this tragedy.”

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