Trowbridge Becomes Border Patrol Foundation National Partner 

In this file photo from 2016, a Border Patrol agent scans the area into Mexico with binoculars. Photo: USBP

In this file photo from 2016, a Border Patrol agent scans the area into Mexico with binoculars. Photo: USBP

Technology company Trowbridge has announced it’s now a national partner with the Border Patrol Foundation. The organization honors the memory of U.S. Border Patrol agents and provides resources and assistance to families of the fallen and agents seriously injured in the line of duty. 

“We are extremely proud to partner with the Border Patrol Foundation,” said Trowbridge President and CEO Cass Panciocco. “It’s an integral part of our mission to help our Federal clients increase the safety and security of our nation. And an important part of that mission is giving back to our communities.”

Trowbridge supports a variety of charities that align with its mission and vision.

“It’s an integral part of our corporate culture to give back to the communities in which we work and live,” said Trowbridge Chief Growth Officer Matthew Candy. “This sponsorship aligns both of these important parts of our organizational philosophy into one act of philanthropy. We’re glad to join the other BPF National Partners to support these men and women and their families.” 

In addition to honoring fallen USBP agents, BPF provides financial support to those employed by the agency for on and off-duty deaths, injuries, illnesses, family medical emergencies, special circumstances and student scholarships. 

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