In the Community

At the New York Life El Paso General Office, we do more than work in the community, we're part of it. Many of our Agents have local roots - some even go back generations. That's important, because it gives them a vested interest in the people and businesses that make up the community. We believe there's no greater job than helping our friends and neighbors succeed.

The Children's Grief Center of El Paso is a non-profit organization that provides healing and hope in a safe and loving environment for grieving children, teens and their families following the death of a loved one. By sharing their experiences and feelings in a peer support group, families learn that they are not alone and that there is hope for their future.


For El Paso's sickest children, better care means more pediatric specialists and more pediatric specialties.  In 2007, there were only nineteen pediatric specialists treating kids in El Paso.  That meant only one of most specialties and many specialties not represented at all.  For those families with resources, it was simpler.  Pick up and fly your child far away from home, away from family, friends and loving support, somewhere, anywhere, where they could get the care they needed.   For those El Paso families not so fortunate, it was more complicated. The stories were heartbreaking of families borrowing or scraping together enough money to place a sick child in the back seat of a car with a blanket and pillow for a long drive far away from family and friends just hoping they were heading to the right place and the right doctor that could make their child well.

El Paso Children's changed all that.

The mission of University Medical Center Foundation is to provide support for University Medical Center of El Paso in their mission of improving the health, wellness and quality of life for all El Pasoans.

Part of a proud one-hundred-year history, UMC evolved from a small general hospital at the turn of the century to today's 394 licensed bed academic teaching hospital for the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine and Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.  A three-time designee as one of America's Top 100 hospitals, UMC is also home to nine residency programs where the physicians and caregivers of tomorrow are trained.

The concept of The Giving Project is simple: they assemble backpacks filled with basic human goods and essentials to distribute to the homeless in El Paso, Texas. The backpack then becomes the start of a story where anyone living on the streets can make their way back home.

Your financial support is crucial and it all makes a difference. Be one of several who will choose to make a positive impact in the community of El Paso, Texas and help restore the lives of many.

The Child Crisis Center of El Paso’s (CCCEP) main program is the Circle of Love Nursery and Children’s Shelter, which provides 24/7 emergency shelter for up to 31 children, ages newborn through 13 years for families experiencing a crisis.

Services may include critical need for parental stress relief, parent/sibling hospitalization, an incarcerated parent, a parent being admitted into an alcohol/drug rehabilitation program, homelessness, deportation, a temporary Child Protective Placement (CPS), and/or utilities disconnect. We offer families the support needed to stabilize their immediate situation, as well as their lives to prevent the situation from occurring again.



Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.

Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. For more than 110 years, Rotary's people of action have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to take action on sustainable projects. From literacy and peace to water and health, we are always working to better our world, and we stay committed to the end.




The Lee & Beulah Moor Children’s Home supports El Paso children and families who are experiencing difficulty in their lives—for whatever reason—by providing a nurturing, positive environment and teaching self-respect, respect for others, and the importance of taking responsibility for one’s own decisions and actions.

They provide a full range of services for children and families in the El Paso area, including: residential care, foster care, adoption placement and referrals, unplanned pregnancy counseling services, and education program, recreational and adventure opportunities.

Their Mission:

  • To support efforts to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife.
  • To provide education and instruction to rehabilitate wildlife.
  • To stimulate awareness and explore meaningful solutions to problems associated with wildlife conservation.
  • To encourage and support scientific investigation relating to rehabilitation and conservation of native wildlife and habitats.
  • To work to reduce pressures posed on native wildlife due to human disturbance and domestic animals.

The Society's nearly 100,000 trained volunteers in the United States provided 12.6 million hours of volunteer service in 2017, helping more than 5.4 million people through visits to homes, prisons and hospitals at a value of more than $3 billion dollars.

During Pope Francis’ recent visit, he reached Christians and non-Christians alike with his message of helping others. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been putting these words into practice for more than170 years. SVdP is truly volunteer driven with a volunteer to staff ratio of 16 to 1.


YWCA El Paso del Norte Region is a nonprofit organization founded in 1909. IT is a member of YWCA USA, the oldest and largest multicultural organization in the world. The mission of YWCA El Paso del Norte Region is eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. More than 40,000 lives are touched by YWCA El Paso through our wide variety of services.

YWCA El Paso del Norte Region stands for a fully inclusive community in which each person is healthy and valued, and where racial justice, gender equality, and human dignity are promoted and sustained through bold and effective women’s leadership. We invite you to stand with the YWCA El Paso del Norte Region in our mission and our work.


The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.


The El Paso General Office is a proud supporter of the Salvation Army. Their mission is to preach the gospel and to help people in need. They provide support for children and families, and disaster relief. Here in Texas, they have more than 155 Officers; all of whom are ordained ministers; more than 1,600 employees and thousands of volunteers, all committed to furthering the mission of The Salvation Army and helping those in need in Jesus’ name.


New York Life El Paso’s Child ID Program is designed to help children in our community stay safe in the home, at play, or wherever they happen to be. Tens-of-thousands of children have participated over the years in our child ID cards, providing their families with peace of mind knowing that if something should ever happen to their children, they will have an ID with vital information to distribute to the local authorities.