The Spirit of Giving trees represent the stories of those who have to go without during this holiday season. With the support of Community Partners and individual donors, we are pleased to present the 35th Spirit of Giving campaign! YOU can a big difference in someone’s life by selecting one or more of our tags. To date, the Spirit of Giving campaign has helped provide more than 67,000 gifts to children, older adults, and people with special needs who might have gone without a gift during the holidays. A big THANK YOU to our community for participating in this year’s Spirit of Giving.
Is this your first time participating in the Spirit of Giving? Here’s how you can help us spread joy this holiday season:
There are two ways you can give.
Drop-off Location and Dates:
El Paso Community Foundation Spirit of Giving Space
2nd Floor of the Shoppes at Solana (Formerly Sunland Park Mall)
December 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, 2023 from 11am-8pm
Would you prefer to make it an experience with friends or family? Pick a tag or several tags in-person!
Spirit of Giving trees with tags will be up by Thanksgiving week at Cielo Vista Mall and the Shoppes at Solana (formerly Sunland Park Mall).
Questions? Call us at 915-533-4020.
Programs for clients seeking treatment for substance abuse.
Delivers social services, including transportation for seniors for medical appointments.
Provides care to the elderly population of El Paso, including medical, transportation, rehab and recreational therapy, and social services.
Enables young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible adults.
Candlelighters is dedicated to serving children with cancer ages birth to 20.
Provide the necessary guidance and resources to help those who experience violence on the road to a healthy recovery.
Founded in the Segundo Barrio, now serves low income families with health and educational services throughout the El Paso community.
Cesar Chavez Head Start seeks to educate parents and empower families to break the cycle of poverty to provide brighter futures for their children.
Protects children from birth to age 13 from abuse and neglect by providing shelter, family support services, education and prevention services.
Provides counseling, life skills, and foster care services.
Provides live-in facilities for those who have intellectual developmental disabilities.
Provides behavioral and mental health services to the El Paso Community.
Provides shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence.
Provides recreational and socialization programs for individuals of all ages with special needs.
Helps children with special needs achieve their fullest potential.
Provides support, referrals and advocacy for survivors of human trafficking.
A Juarez non-profit working in HIV and AIDS prevention, care, education and research aimed at socially vulnerable groups.
Provides technical assistance to small businesses, health resources, housing, day care, and after school programs.
Provides a safe shelter for women and children while transitioning out of homelessness.
Youth group with ties to the first Segundo Barrio Girl Scout troop founded in 1992, is involved in projects to improve the community.
Provides services in the El Paso area for participants with multiple diagnoses in the Community Living Assistance and Support Services program.
Provides a safe, secure housing environment with programming to empower women with children experiencing homelessness.