DYOPATH, a managed service provider and information technology provider, has donated $2,000 to the Bright Hearts of El Paso Fund. The fund helps El Paso County residents who are behind on their electric bill payments. The donation will be matched 100% by El Paso Electric. The fund has now received more than $166,000 in total donations and has helped more than 680 El Paso County residents. It is a partnership between El Paso Electric, the faith community of El Paso and the El Paso Community Foundation.
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