October 4, 2022
Learn the fundamentals of workplace safety to keep you and others from coming in contact with or spreading pathogens that cause illness.
This four-part video series features Dr. Kristina Mena, PhD, MSPH, Dean and Environmental Scientist with the UTHealth School of Public Health El Paso, on how to minimize exposure and transmission of pathogens in the spaces where we live and work.
These videos were developed in partnership with UTHealth Houston School of Public Health and Paso del Norte Community Foundation with generous funding support from Texas Mutual.
Pathogens, People and…
September 22, 2022
Our newest mini-media campaign promotes in a clear voice the Diabetes Now What? website and resources available to our community in both English and Spanish. This campaign will run between mid-September and November and is funded by the Paso del Norte Health Foundation. The goal is to help individuals with diabetes or recently diagnosed find the tools to manage their diabetes. For more information visit https://www.diabetesnowwhat.org/
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September 21, 2022
As we enter the Fall season, it’s important to protect you and your family from the flu and COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) encourages individuals to get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines as added protection from viruses that change every year.
The City of El Paso has begun administering the new Bivalent COVID-19 booster vaccine to individuals 12 years and older at all City Community clinics. No appointment is needed but recommended at EPCOVIDVaccine.com or call 915-212-6843. For free flu shots, visit…
The Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions to support nonprofit organization working with disconnected youth
September 19, 2022
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation in partnership with the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions (AIFCS) recently invited several local nonprofit organizations that focus on engaging disconnected young adults (Opportunity Youth – OY) to participate in an information session to identify at least one local organization to be part of The Aspen Institute’s Innovation Fund. OY are defined as young adults between the ages of 16-24 who are not in school, not working or working in very low-wage positions, or not in any postsecondary setting. It is estimated that there are 15,800 OY in El…
September 19, 2022
Congratulations to Dr. Linda Lawson on being named an El Paso Inc. 2022 Woman of Impact. Dr. Lawson and five other honorees were selected for their positive impact to the community related to health, education, and quality of life.
Dr. Lawson is Group Chief Nursing Officer at The Hospitals of Providence (THOP) and oversees patient care and outcomes within all the THOP health network hospitals. She has served on the Health Foundation Board since 2020 and currently serves on the Allocations Committee.
We salute Dr. Lawson and all the honorees for their recognition and impact on our…
September 19, 2022
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation and its sister organizations, Paso del Norte Community Foundation and Fundación Paso del Norte in Ciudad Juárez, help bring together our region’s growing community of philanthropy. Our shared purpose: to grow, invest and leverage the philanthropic resources entrusted to our care to improve health, education, social services, economic development, and quality of life through active partnerships. Learn more in our annual report, Purpose, Possibilities & Partnerships, at https://pdnhf.org/who-we-are/annual-reports/pdnhf/2021.
September 17, 2022
A lifestyle that consists of physical activity and proper nutrition is important to one’s overall quality of life. This is why the Paso del Norte Health Foundation partners with nonprofit organizations in the region to promote positive behaviors to improve health and prevent disease.
Recently, Arbol de Vida was awarded a grant from the Paso del Norte Health Foundation’s Healthy Living priority area to provide nutritious meals and physical activity to 100 children five-days a week in Rancho Anapra and Loma de Poleo in Ciudad Juárez, MX. Funding supports a registered nutritionist to advise…
September 1, 2022
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation recently awarded 10 grants totaling more than $1 million under the Disease Prevention & Management priority area and Diabetes initiative. The Health Foundation works in partnership with organizations to implement initiatives and programs for diabetes prevention, early detection, and management in the region.
Centro Familiar para la Integracion y Crecimiento, A.C. - $41,472.00
Aprende a cuidar de ti
To provide a diabetes education pilot program to 80 people in Ciudad Juárez, MX.
El Paso Diabetes Association, Inc. - $209,774.40 …
August 31, 2022
Join us for the Paso del Norte Tobacco Control Network - Emerging Issues in Commercial Tobacco and Vaping Summit
The summit will focus on emerging commercial tobacco and vaping products among youth, provide insights on local prevention and intervention efforts, and will end by providing implications for community practice.
Friday, October 21, 2022
9:30 am to 4:00 pm
El Paso Community College Administration Building A
9050 Viscount Blvd, El Paso, TX 79925
Interested participants: community practitioners, healthcare providers & clinicians, social workers, counselors,…
August 24, 2022
The Paso del Norte Health Foundation in partnership with United Way of El Paso County and Raiz Federal Credit Union is pleased to support the BOOST Network’s first Kids’ Night Out.
Kids’ Night Out is the first event of its kind to bring 1,500 children and youth that participate in the BOOST Network members’ out-of-school time (OST) program to attend UTEP’s football home opening game on Saturday, August 27 at UTEP’s Sun Bowl. Participants will receive a unique experience and create fond memories that will last a lifetime not only enjoying a fun night out but being exposed to experiences…