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El Paso Matters Donors

$1 million American Journalism Project

$625,000 Emerson Collective

$410,000 Microsoft

$260,000 Arnold Ventures

$220,000 El Paso Community Foundation

$150,000 Meta Journalism Project (formerly Facebook Journalism Project); Center for Gender and Reproductive Equity

$100,000 Inasmuch Foundation; Open Campus Media

$75,000 Meadows Foundation

$70,972 Feeding America

$69,544 Miami Foundation via the Institute for Nonprofit News NewsMatch program

$60,000 Woody and Gayle Hunt Family Foundation;

$56,763 Report for America

$55,000 Council on Regional Economic Expansion and Educational Development

$40,000 El Paso Electric Co., Richard Castro, Martha Hood and Will Jewell

$35,000 Kasco Ventures

$25,000 Sam Legate, Rapoport Foundation

$20,000 WestStar Bank

$11,568 Raymond Telles and Gwendolyn Pulido

$8,500 Walton Family Foundation, Jack and Carroll Maxon

$6,500 Kelly Tomblin

$6,000 E.C. “Ted” Houghton

$5,975 Walmart Foundation

$5,000 Joint grant from Facebook Journalism Project, Lenfest Institute for Journalism and Local Media Association; Google Journalism Emergency Relief Fund, Solutions Journalism Network

$4,000 Deborah Kastrin, Ann and Charles Horak, Laurie Paternoster, Jason Kosena

$2,800 Laura Rodriguez

$2,500 Rosalinda Natividad, Tracy and Steve Yellen, Steve Ortega, Kassie and Joey Ckodre