Snapshot: Fort Bliss Webster Works Project Helps El Paso Child Crisis Center

| November 21, 2014
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Webster Fort Bliss faculty, staff and students collected donations that filled three truck beds with clothes and toys for the El Paso Child Crisis Center.

Faculty and staff at Webster’s Fort Bliss, Texas, campus location came together to support El Paso Child Crisis Center as part of their 2014 Webster Works Worldwide project.

As part of their project, they collected donations that filled three truck beds with clothes and toys for the center, whose services include a 24/7 emergency shelter for up to 31 children, ages newborn through 13, for families experiencing a crisis.

In addition to the toy and clothe drive, monetary donations collected totaled $500. “This was the best Webster Works we have had since I took the position as director in 2010,” said Beth Vivaldi, campus director.

The El Paso Children’s Crisis Center is placing a plaque on the wall denoting Webster University’s care and commitment to the children of El Paso.

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