USMC Toys for Tots Receives Fence Donation


Long® Fence, a leader in the fencing industry, is honored to announce its sixth consecutive year of partnership with the United States Marine Corps. This year, the company donated critical infrastructure support to the District of Columbia’s annual Toys for Tots drive. Demonstrating a steadfast commitment to community service and national welfare, Long® Fence has provided portable security fence panels to the Marine Corps Reserve Training Center at the Anacostia Annex in Washington, D.C., ensuring a safe and secure storage solution for the thousands of toys donated to underprivileged children during the holiday season.

The Toys for Tots program, a revered initiative of the U.S. Marine Corps, has been brightening the holidays for children across the nation for decades, relying on individuals’ and corporations’ generosity and support to achieve its mission. Long® Fence’s contribution of high-quality, reliable fencing plays a pivotal role in the program’s success within the District of Columbia, enabling the secure storage of donated toys for approximately three months. These security panels are crucial in maintaining restricted access to the toy storage area, safeguarding the spirit of giving that defines the Toys for Tots drive.

Supporting the Toys for Tots program is a privilege. It reflects our company’s values of giving back to the community and supporting initiatives that make a real difference in people’s lives. We are proud to stand with the United States Marine Corps in this time-honored cause, ensuring every child can experience the joy and wonder of the holiday season.

This partnership underscores Long® Fence’s broader commitment to corporate social responsibility and its dedication to enhancing the well-being of communities nationwide. By leveraging its resources and expertise for the greater good, Long® Fence not only sets a standard for philanthropic engagement in the business sector but also fosters a culture of generosity and support that extends far beyond the holiday season.

As the Toys for Tots program continues to grow, the need for secure, efficient logistics solutions becomes ever more critical.

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