Archive for ◊ February, 2010 ◊

Author: admin
• Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Gatchell Grant Resources, LLC is ready to assist your village, township or county when disaster strikes. GGR is well versed in applying for and administering Federal FEMA disaster grants. From melting snow and the flooding that ensues; to property damage from floods or wind storms the volume of paperwork  necessary to receive a FEMA disaster grant can be just as overwhelming as the disaster itself.

 

Gatchell Grant Resource, LLC has the experience and expertise your governmental body needs to write and administer FEMA disaster grants including flood mitigation projects.  The staff at GGR will manage the entire grant project process from initial research, application, management, to final close out report.

 

Call today to see how Gatchell Grant Resources, LLC can help you through the myriad of paperwork involved in seeking Federal FEMA assistance to help mitigate your disaster needs.

 

The best response to a disaster is the time spent in preparation for your family’s safety. Review the FEMA website to see what is necessary to have a positive outcome if and when a disaster strikes. How better to serve your community then by taking care of your home front first.

Author: admin
• Saturday, February 13th, 2010

Congratualtions go our fire departments in 3 States:

     Beaverdam-Richland FD in Beaverdam, Oh received grant funds in amount of $20,400 from AFG for a mobile/fixed generator in Round 3 of the AFG;

     Harrisvile VFD in Harrisville, OH received grant funding for PPE totaling $47,973 in Round 2 of the AFG;

     Gettysburg Rural FD in Gettysburg, OH is a double winner receiving funding for a grass truck in Round 1 of the AFG and then also being award $37,427 towards a generator in Round 3 of the AFG, Congratulations to them!

     Bancroft Volunteer FD in West Virginia will be receiving a new hose tester, hose, and nozzels due to the assistance of the AFG awarding them $28,672 in Round 2 of the AFG; and

     Lake Dalecarlia Volunteer Fire Department in Indiania is receiving grant funds totaling $124,214 in Operations and Safety for SCBAs, a face piece tester,  hand held tac-tracker (to be used in conjunction with SCBAs), and air fill system, and a mobile fill station with two storage cylinders in Round 3 of the AFG.

      To those who have received 1199’s and/or their 10Q’s, remember, patience is a virture; the AFG award process is finally moving!

      Congratulations to all who have been awarded in these first three rounds.