From Coast to Coast: How Healthcare Organizations are Handling the Outpouring of Support and In-Kind Gifts

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Texas (U niversity M edical C enter (UMC) El Paso) : Thank you for stepping up and investing in our community’s health. We are all in this together , and we will get through it because we are El Paso Strong. .

The New York Times Loves DoSomething’s Crisis Text Line

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The New York Times wrote a great piece about DoSomething.org’s Crisis Text Line , praising its importance and accessibility, particularly to teenagers for whom texting is the main source of communication.

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The Most Generous Online Giving Cities in the U.S.

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El Paso. El Monte. Online fundraising continued its double-digit growth in 2013, retaining the mantle as the fastest growing fundraising channel, growing at 13.5% according to Blackbaud’s most recent Charitable Giving Report.

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If we’d had Twitter on 9/11

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We were surprised when we reached a roadblock just West of El Paso. I was also surprised that El Paso, TX is only the half-way point between LA and Austin. Author: Jennifer Darrouzet.

Crowdsourcing and the nonprofit community

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Before Sun Health, Tompkins served as marketing director for Sierra Medical Center, a Tenet Health hospital in El Paso, Texas, and public relations director for Banner Baywood Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital in Mesa, Ariz. posted by Coiya Tompkins , Vice President, Corporate.

What I Learned From @nancylublin About #dataonpurpose

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In August 2013, they sent an opt-in text message to area codes in El Paso and Chicago. I was lucky enough this morning to hear Nancy Lublin’s opening keynote at the Data On Purpose conference hosted by the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Vote for Your CNN Hero: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Impact

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Maria Ruiz "Several times a week, Maria Ruiz of El Paso, Texas, crosses the border into Juarez, Mexico, bringing food, clothing and toys for hundreds of impoverished children and their families." I started watching a lot of CNN before the election. It's kinda depressing, but I'm trying to stay informed.