University Medical Center Foundation of El Paso
During this time, we ask that you wipe down any equipment you plan to donate. Please make arrangements with Carolyn Williams to drop off equipment at 1400 Hardaway-El Convento at Loretto.
Your donations are greatly appreciated and tax deductible.
For more info or to donate, contact Carolyn Williams, 915-521-7229, ext. 80528
Viva Kia drives home its commitment to community!
Today, University Medical Center Foundation of El Paso received more than 100 face shields from Viva Kia through Kia Motors America and its program "Accelerate the Good" in response to COVID-19. The masks will benefit University Medical Center of El Paso and its healthcare heroes.
"We are grateful for the hard work and dedication these frontline medical workers exhibit every day to save lives in our community," said Chris MacDonald, Marketing Director, Viva Kia.
"UMC Foundation is thankful for Viva Kia's ever watchful eye over the community," said Estela Casas, Executive Director of UMC and El Paso Children's Hospital Foundations. "Every donation helps!"
If ever there was a time to show a nurse how much they are appreciated, now’s the time.
To that officials and volunteers with UMC and El Paso Children’s Hospital Foundations made care packages to 1,250 nurses at both hospitals as a token of appreciation.
The Foundation collected items for the care packages, with goodies donated by individuals and companies from across the Borderland.
Those who contributed include: Georgina Williams, Western Tech, Pepsi Beverage Company, Superior Health Plan, El Paso Health, Whataburger, Walgreens, Red Lobster at Joe Battle, L’Oreal and Nothing Bundt Cakes.
Can you feel the love? To thank Marathon Petroleum for its enormous donation of N95 respirator masks, University Medical Center of El Paso's Public Affairs Office unveiled a banner today with signatures from nurses of both hospitals! In the photo, the nurses are wearing simple masks because the N95 masks are used for direct patient care or surgical environments.
Lather up! Thank you, Hampton Inn for donating toiletries to our COVID-19 Compassionate Care Fund!
A gallon of red chile sauce, a tablespoon of love, and a sprinkle of good intentions makes for a delicious batch of tamales.
Georgina Williams's husband, Gethin, is a doctor at University Medical Center and she wanted to express her gratitude to him and other associates on the frontlines. What better way to show some lovin' than to cook up some tamales?
This afternoon Georgina and Dr. William's delivered 6 dozen piping hot, red chile tamales.
Georgina's doing her part to be El Paso Strong! You can, too, by donating to our COVID-19 Compassionate Care Fund by clicking here: https://umcfoundationelpaso.org/covid-19-compassionate-care-fund
Thank you, Georgina!
April 27 - This past Friday, Panda Express donated 75 meals to our Engineering and Respiratory Departments! Thank you, Panda Express, for your continued support for our frontline workers with these meals and for being a great partner with the Children's Miracle Network
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Panda Express, CMN Partner to El Paso Children's Hospital Foundation is offering a 10% discount to hospital workers and first responders through Dec. 31, 2020. Valid for in-store orders at participating locations. Present your employment badge or ID. Thank you, Panda Express!
Thank you to Dunkin' of El Paso and the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation for thinking of our entire team of doctors, nurses and other medical administrative personnel with a donation of 96 pounds of coffee and 24 boxes of K-cups!
That's a lot of java!
Thank you to all who have helped our Heathcare Heroes during the pandemic! We couldn't do it without you!
To donate to the COVID-19 Compassionate Care Fund, click here.
El Paso Health Car Seat Safety Program
University Medical Center Foundation of El Paso and the El Paso Health Car Seat Safety Program are following guidance from health officials to limit events/activities that result in a large gathering. As a result, we have decided to postpone our monthly car seat safety events until further notice.
This is an unprecedented, challenging time for everyone. While we understand that many families count on us to provide child passenger safety education and car seats, the health of our volunteers, technicians, and families who attend our events, is the priority at this time. It is our hope that everyone will do everything in their power to significantly reduce the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), and ensure that people in our community, especially the elderly and medically vulnerable, remain as healthy as possible.
Here's how we make a difference.
With every check written, every dollar donated...we recognize that there is a question in the back of every donor's mind...will my donation really make a difference? Am I really having an impact?
Every penny donated to UMC Foundation stays right here at home.
- 60,000 El Pasoans are admitted to UMC each year.
- More than 62,000 patients seek treatment at UMC's Level 1 Trauma and ED.
- UMC is home to the Center for Advanced Gastroenterology and Endoscopy providing state of the art minimally invasive procedures not available anywhere else in the region.
- UMCs Women's Pavilion provides women's obstetric and surgical services
- UMC's Mother/Baby is home to one third of all babies born each year in El Paso and the only source for 24/7 neonatology.
- More than 89,000 people a year receive easily accessed affordable primary care close to home at UMC Community Clinics.
- One out of every 2 El Pasoans is impacted by the care provided at UMC.
Since 2009, through the support of generous donors from every walk of life, UMC Foundation has raised over $20 million dollars through over 80,000 donations large and small from events, grants, major gifts, pledges and annual fund drives to provide medical equipment, compassionate care, public health education and family care grants.
We offer donors the opportunity to make a difference right here at home.