ArdentMC joins National Partnership

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The Border Patrol Foundation (BPF) is pleased to announce that ArdentMC has become a national partner of the foundation. The BPF honors the memory of U.S. Border Patrol agents and provides resources to families of the fallen and agents seriously injured in the line of duty. 


"ArdentMC is honored to become a National Partner with the Border Patrol Foundation" says Tony Brooks, Chief Delivery Officer at ArdentMC.  “ArdentMC looks forward to supporting the important mission of the organization. Having directly supported the men and women of the Border Patrol on the ground for over a decade, ArdentMC is committed to continuing that support to the families of the fallen."


“We are grateful that ArdentMC has joined this noble cause and partnered with BPF to support the men and women of the U.S. Border Patrol. It is with the amazing support of our dedicated partners that we can continue this path of Honoring the memory. Serving the families.”, says Ron Colburn, President- Border Patrol Foundation. 


About ArdentMC

Virginia-based Digital Transformation, Location Intelligence, and Data Analytics firm, Ardent Management Consulting (ArdentMC) is a certified HUBZone Small Business, CMMI Dev 3, v2.0, and ISO 9001:2015; 27001:2013; 270001 with offices in Arlington, VA and Tulsa, OK.

ArdentMC brings a significant history of innovative and "at the speed of the mission" proven best practices in geospatial analytics, cloud services and modernization, and software development. ArdentMC is the "All In" trusted provider to many government agencies, DHS mission components, state and local projects, and the commercial and non-profit sectors. For more information, visit

11th Annual Border Patrol Foundation Recognition Dinner nets big support for the families of the U.S. Border Patrol
November 1, 2019

Thanks to the amazing support of our sponsors and attendees, the 2019 Border Patrol Foundation Recognition Dinner, our 11th, was our most successful.  We raised over $247,000 for programs that support the families of the United States Border Patrol, and over $57,000 to support the scholarship program, directly!
Check out our highlights!

Family Services Programs


Over $247,000 was raised to support the families of the U.S. Border Patrol!

Since January 2019, BPF has donated over $253,000 through our Family Services Programs.

That brings our total donations over ten years to more than $1,118,284!

Events like the Recognition Dinner are crucial to the fundraising efforts that support these programs for on- and off-duty deaths, injuries, illnesses, and family medical emergencies. We want to thank every attendee, sponsor and volunteer that supported this important event! Your participation, support and generosity are what makes our mission possible.


2019-2020 BPF Scholarship Program

The BPF has experienced many significant milestones in 2019! One of our most exciting was the increase to the Silent Partner Scholarship Program. Previously, children of fallen Border Patrol Agents received a one-time scholarship of $7,500.  Because of the generosity of our donors, we are pleased to be able to offer children of fallen Border Patrol Agents scholarships totaling $25,000 toward 4 years of college! Other scholarships, ranging from one-time awards of $1,000 - $5,000 are awarded competitively to children of active-duty and retired Border Patrol employees, as well as active members of the Border Patrol Explorers Program. Since the program began in 2011, BPF has awarded $396,000 in educational scholarships!  


Fundraising for the program is now more important than ever!  Significant contributions to the Scholarship Program came from events such as:


  • Night  at the Alamo:  In March of this year, BPF held a very successful live auction at the annual Night at the Alamo Reception held in conjunction with the Border Security Expo. Thanks to the incredible generosity of many companies and individual donors, BPF raised $33,000 for the scholarship program.

  •  Scholarship Grant: October brought more exciting news when Motorola Solutions Foundation awarded BPF a $50,000 Scholarship Grant!

  • 11th Annual Recognition Dinner:  This year’s Recognition Dinner raised an additional $57,000 to support our Scholarship Program that included a $25,000 donation from TRI-COR Industries (TCI), and a $10,000 donation from Elbit Systems of America!


Together with other private donations, this brings funding for the upcoming scholarship cycle to $145,000!  We want to thank every donor who has contributed to this amazing program. Your generosity will make a true difference in a young adult’s life and helps bring us one step closer to our goal of providing full-ride scholarships to the children of fallen Border Patrol Agents.

We at BPF are truly grateful for your support. Thank you.

Bob Horn presented with inaugural
"Robert Horn Spotlight Award"

October 15, 2019

On September 20, 2019, Border Patrol Foundation (BPF) honored Robert "Bob" Horn, Partner at Husch Blackwell, with the inaugural "Robert Horn Spotlight Award". This first-year award recognizes charitable and philanthropic efforts in dedicated support of the BPF mission to honor the memory of the fallen U.S. Border Patrol Agents and provide support and resources to their families.  

The award, presented at the offices of Husch Blackwell, was adorned with the 10th anniversary BPF challenge coin and read "In grateful appreciation for your guidance in the creation of the Border Patrol Foundation (BPF), and for 10+ years of commitment to the mission and unwavering support for the BPF. Thank you for your outstanding and selfless contributions." 

Local BPF board members and several of Bob's family members and colleagues attended the event. 

Border Patrol Foundation is truly grateful for Bob's support and were honored to recognize his many contributions. 

Border Patrol Foundation
P.O. Box 15851

Arlington, VA 22215-0851

(520) 705-1053

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