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El Pasoans Fighting Hunger just got a $50,000 boost to help feed those with food insecurities


EL PASO, Texas -- El Pasoans Fighting Hunger received $50,000 from El Paso Health.

El Paso Health President/CEO Carol Smallwood and CEO of Medicaid services for El Paso Health Janel Lujan presented the check.

“These are still uncertain times, and El Paso Health continues to strive for excellence by
serving those in need. We are proud of our ongoing partnership with El Pasoans Fighting
Hunger which furthers health literacy and well-being in the region,” said Smallwood.

“A critical component of our Social Determinants of Health is having access to food, and the services provided by El Pasoans Fighting Hunger is the perfect vehicle to service that need in our community,” said Smallwood.

The funds will help provide 350,000 meals for the community.

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