(CBP photo by Agent J. Quinones)

Spouses of Border Patrol Agents Organize Food Drive for Federal Workers

The government shutdown has left thousands of federal government employees in El Paso and Southern New Mexico struggling to make ends meet.

There are 2,173 uniformed agents in the El Paso sector which covers 124,199 square miles between New Mexico and El Paso County.

The Border Patrol Agent Family Network (BPAFN) is a non-profit organization made up of volunteer that help agents and their families if they ever find themselves in need.

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