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An uptick in donations since President Trump took office has allowed the Border Patrol Foundation charity to deliver $1 million in financial aid grants for agents and their families since its creation in 2009.

“In the last year and a half, I think as Border Patrol gets a lot more attention in the news, people are starting to look at ways that they can help the agents when they need it,” said BPF Executive Director Shannon Staples, a former agent.

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In response to the surge in donations, the foundation has been able to give more to the nearly 20,000 Border Patrol agents in the country, including in cases of on- and off-duty deaths, injuries, illnesses, family medical emergencies, special circumstances, and scholarships.

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