1. Tell us about yourself. 

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Prior to cheering on their team at the 85th Annual Hyundai Sun Bowl game on Monday Dec. 31, the University of Pittsburgh Panthers staff, including Director of Athletics Heather Lyke, will leave their mark in El Paso. They have partnered with the City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department, the Sun Bowl Association and United Way of El Paso County (UWEPC) for a volunteer project.* 

On Fri., Dec. 28, an estimated 35 Panther administrative...

Posted: Thursday, December 27, 2018 Related:

1. Tell us about yourself. 

I was born and raised here in El Paso, Texas and graduated with my Bachelors in Social Work (BSW) from the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). While attending UTEP I participated in the Disney College Program as an intern, at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. After I graduated with my BSW, I joined AmeriCorps and served in New York City for a year working with the Department of...

Posted: Friday, December 07, 2018 Related:

1. Tell us about yourself. 

I am new to El Paso, originally from Maryland.  I am also a military spouse with two young kids.  I love to be active outdoors: hiking, biking, running, yardwork – as long as I’m soaking up the sunshine, I’m happy!


2. Give us a description of what you do for United Way.  

I am the Director of Community Impact.  Basically what that means is that I oversee all the...

Posted: Monday, November 26, 2018 Related:

1. Tell us about yourself.

I’m a native El Pasoan and graduated Canutillo High School and from New Mexico State University with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications and a double minor in Marketing and Advertising. After I graduated from NMSU, I became the Government Relations Coordinator at the El Paso Chamber (formerly the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce) in 2016. Technically, I’m not totally new to the United Way,...

Posted: Monday, November 19, 2018 Related:

It’s the season of giving, so we ask you: what would you give to help your neighbor? A child? A family? 

In just one brief moment, a child, a family or an individual's life can change- for better or for worse. When it comes to the latter, United Way of El Paso County believes we all have the power to be moment-makers, providing hope in even the most dire of predicaments. Moment-makers are community members investing in the lives of others,...

Posted: Wednesday, November 07, 2018 Related: