Now it’s even easier to donate to the El Paso Community Foundation. Donating cryptocurrency is a non-taxable event, meaning you do not owe capital gains tax on the appreciated amount and can deduct it on your taxes. This makes Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations one of the most tax-efficient ways to support your favorite cause. You can donate Bitcoin, Ethereum, ChainLink, Litecoin, and more. When you donate cryptocurrency, we immediately transfer your coins to fiat.
Please note: all cryptocurrency donations made to EPCF are non-refundable.
You can choose one of the following projects to donate your cryptocurrency. Please enter your choice in the comment box of our crypto-widget. To make a general donation to the El Paso Community Foundation, please use “Other.”
El Paso Children’s Museum and Science Center
The Children’s Museum and Science Center will be an integral part of the educational ecosystem of our community. It will be an educational institution open to every member of the community. The new museum will be designed specifically to maximize open-ended and imaginative play and exploration. It will be a true community asset, among the best children’s museums in the nation, but designed especially for El Paso by the esteemed architecture firm Snohetta. The museum is under construction now, with a late 2022 completion expected, and will be located in the heart of El Paso’s Downtown Arts District.
Sponsorships, naming rights, and other funding opportunities are available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
El Paso Matters
El Paso Matters is a new nonprofit digital news organization dedicated to reporting that gives El Pasoans the information they need to make informed decisions and it encourages governments and key institutions to operate in a transparent, efficient and ethical manner. Founded by renowned journalist Robert Moore, El Paso Matters was born out of the need for El Paso and the El Paso del Norte region to have a nonprofit, member-supported digital news organization that dives into the complex issues shaping our region – and serves as a catalyst for solutions-oriented conversations.
Murchison Rogers Park
Since 1963, Murchison Rogers Park is where countless El Pasoans come to take in the beauty of the borderland. This park belongs to all of us, but it hasn’t always been easy for everyone to enjoy. Now, for the first time in its nearly 60-year history, it will be accessible for every El Pasoan to experience thanks to an award-winning, pedestrian-friendly redesign with even more breathtaking views of the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez borderland! This is your chance to give El Pasoans what they deserve – a magnificent public space for everyone who lives in and visits our city to enjoy for generations to come. Help us build the dream of an iconic and reimagined El Paso park.