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- $240,000 Microsoft
- $238,225 American Journalism Project
- $225,000 Emerson Collective
- $185,000 Arnold Ventures
- $170,000 El Paso Community Foundation
- $100,000 Facebook Journalism Project
- $69,544 Miami Foundation
- $60,000 Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation; Open Campus Media
- $25,000 Rapaport Foundation
- $30,000 El Paso Electric Co.
- $20,000 Martha Hood and Will Jewell
- $16,875 Report for America
- $15,000 WestStar Bank
- $8,500 Walton Family Foundation
- $5,975 Walmart Foundation
- $5,000 E.C. “Ted” Houghton; Joint grant from Facebook Journalism Project; Lenfest Institute for Journalism and Local Media Association: Google Journalism Emergency Relief Fund, Jack and Carroll Maxon, Raymond Telles
- $4,500 Deborah Kastrin, Kelly Tomblin
- $3,500 Tracy and Steve Yellen
- $3,300 Laura Rodriguez
- $3,000 Ann and Charles Horak
- $2,700 Laurie Paternoster
- $2,500 Rosalinda Natividad, Jason Kosena, Steve Ortega