Here are some of our favorite charities located in El Paso, TX. We have made sure each of them are eligible for tax deductions when you help your local community by donating your car. Your values and choice can make a difference.
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Founded in 1947, the Humane Society of El Paso is dedicated to preventing suffering, neglect, abuse and cruelty to animals, providing information, raising public awareness of animal issues, promoting responsible pet ownership, and kindness towards all living things. To achieve our mission, we pursue the following goals: to provide a compassionate and healthful environment for those in our care; to facilitate responsible adoption by placing animals in caring homes; to offer education and spay/neuter programs to reduce the suffering caused by pet overpopulation; to eliminate cruelty to animals through education and advocacy; and to promote responsible pet ownership and respect for all animals through education.
The mission of the Jewish Federation of El Paso is to enhance the quality of Jewish life here and overseas to enable Jewish organizations to provide Jewish-oriented cultural, educational, social, and recreational programs and services; and to raise sufficient funds to accomplish this. Among others, our mission focuses on: providing our children, grandchildren and young adults with positive Jewish experiences, programs and services so they will be and remain committed Jews; maintaining and strengthening our ties and relationships with Israel and with Jews in need wherever they live; and strongly advocating for Jewish causes and for Israel within our own community and its media outlets.
The United Way of El Paso County is committed to more than just supporting programs that serve identified needs in the community. The mission of the United Way is to improve the lives of El Paso families through the caring power of the community we live in. And to Live United means mobilizing that power to support and, where necessary, develop programs that also address the underlying causes of the community's needs, with the long-term goal of ending those needs.
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El Paso Community Foundation was established in 1977 as a permanent endowment for the long term benefit of far West Texas, southern New Mexico and northern Chihuahua, Mexico. It serves as a charitable resource to donors, nonprofit organizations and the community at-large. The mission of the El Paso Community Foundation is to establish permanent charitable endowments; provide a vehicle for donors' varied interests; promote local philanthropy; and to provide leadership and resources in addressing local challenges and opportunities.
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Casas por Cristo relies on the labor and resources of full time staff missionaries, a board of over 100 pastors and community leaders from Juárez and Acuña, México and San Raimundo, Guatemala and nearly 7,000 annual volunteers from across North America. Through these cross-cultural partnerships, volunteer teams are presented with an amazing opportunity to build a home for a family in need. In just one week teams transform an otherwise empty lot into a safe and secure home - complete with cement foundation, electricity, windows and doors. As a result of this experience, each family receives a tangible symbol of the faithfulness and unconditional love of Jesus Christ. As volunteers gain perspective on the extreme poverty that exists in our world, so do these families better understand God's plan for their lives and His deep desire to take care of their needs.
Providing food, clothing, shelter, medical care, and spiritual guidance
The Rescue Mission of El Paso serves as a member of the local body of Christ in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the poor and displaced while demonstrating the love of Christ in assisting persons with physical needs of food, clothing, shelter, counseling, education and vocational training and placement. Rescue Mission of El Paso aims to teach all people encountered how to take care of themselves and their families by becoming productively employed members of society. In addition, Rescue Mission of El Paso also operates a furniture shop for the purpose of developing work skills and habits in people who have been unemployed and homeless.