A message from the CEO on COVID-19

The Paso del Norte Health Foundation is deeply committed to the health and safety of the residents of our region. We created the El Paso COVID-19 Information Hub and, in partnership with the Fundación Paso del Norte, the Juárez COVID-19 Information Hub, to help individuals and families navigate COVID-19, including important health, education and economic resources for parents, veterans, employers and employees. The websites are updated daily. Please share widely with colleagues, family and friends.

Additionally, the Paso del Norte Community Foundation is working with multiple community partners on six different COVID-19 Response Funds supporting a range of needs in our binational community from funds to support the purchase of PPE for first responders in El Paso and Ciudad Juárez to funds supporting the most vulnerable including homeless, elderly and food insecure.


Health Priorities Initiatives & Programs

Health Priorities, Initiatives & Programs

The Health Foundation seeks to improve health in five priority areas: Healthy Eating & Active Living; Tobacco & Alcohol Prevention; Mental Health & Emotional Well-Being; Healthy Kids; and Health Leadership. Learn more about our Health Priorities, Initiatives and Programs.

Focus Regions


We serve 2.4 million people from three states across two countries - Luna, Doña Ana and Otero Counties of New Mexico, El Paso and Hudspeth Counties of Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.

Investing in Health

Investing in Health

We have granted more than $187 million to 300+ organizations across the Borderplex and completed 2018 with $224.6 million in assets, up from $130 million in 1996, keeping administrative expenses below 1%.

PDN Health Data Center

PDN Health Data Center

PDN Health Data Center is a free, publicly available resource for population data and community health information for the Paso del Norte region.

All people deserve good health
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation leads, leverages and invests in initiatives, programs, and policies that promote health and prevent disease in the Paso del Norte region.


From Our Team