Tag-Archive for ◊ Federal Grant ◊

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• 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.

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• Saturday, January 30th, 2010

North Canton Fire Department received a CEDAP Equipment Grant with the value of this equipment equaling approximately $47,000. This package includes the actual equipment (Incident Command Package) and also training for this equipment.

North Canton Fire Department will be the only fire department in Stark County, Ohio with this type of equipment. This equipment will be a valuable asset to the County.

Fire Chief, John Bacon was extatic when he was notified of the award. Congratulations to the North Canton Fire Department on this award.

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• Thursday, March 26th, 2009

Wilmont Fire and Rescue Incorporated, of Wilmont, Ohio, has received $29,378.00 in federal grant money from FEMA’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program.  This federal grant funding will be used by the fire department for the purchase of equipment.  

Gatchell Grant Resources is proud to have helped another fire department secure federal grant money from FEMA.  If you need grant money for fire department purchases, contact us!

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• Thursday, March 26th, 2009

The Perry Township Fire Department in Stark County, Ohio has received federal grant money in the form of a FEMA AFG grant.  The Perry Township Fire Department has been awarded $62,580.00 in federal grant money to use for the purchase of PPE.  Chief Martin will use this federal grant money from FEMA to keep his firefighters safe.

Does your firefighter turnout gear need replaced?  Do you wonder how your department can pay for fire gear replacement?  Contact Gatchell Grant Resources to discuss grant funding for fire gear purchase and grant money for fire gear maintenance contracts to keep your new fire gear in excellent condition.

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• Thursday, March 26th, 2009

The Paint Township Fire Department in Mount Eaton, Ohio received federal grant money from FEMA in the form of an AFG grant.  This grant money from FEMA’s AFG program will be used for fire department equipment and PPE.  The Paint Township Fire Department grant money is in the amount of $42,864.  This grant money will be put to good use by the Paint Township Fire Department.

If your fire department would like assistance in securing grant money for equipment, PPE, or a new fire truck, contact Gatchell Grant Resources to speak with one of our certified grant administrators.

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• Monday, February 16th, 2009
The Tappan Lake Volunteer Fire Department in Scio, Ohio has been awarded a $32,000.00 federal Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG).  This grant money from FEMA will be used for the purchase of PPE and for training.  The federal share of the grant is $30,970.00.  This grant was awarded for “operations and safety.”  The announcement came in round 23 of FEMA’s AFG awards.  We are proud that another client has received federal grant money from FEMA.  
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• Monday, February 16th, 2009
The Fox Township Volunteer Fire Department, Inc, Mechanicstown, Ohio, received a federal grant from FEMA’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) program.  This federal grant money will be used to purchase equipment for operations and safety.    The total award is $10,280.00 and a federal share of $9766.00.  The announcement came in round 23 of FEMA’s AFG grant announcements on February 6, 2009.  Fox Township Volunteer Fire Department is just one of the Gatchell Grant Resources clients who received federal grant money.  In the current economic climate, grant money is becoming more important as a funding source.  Contact Gatchell Grant Resources to assist your department in securing grant money.
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• Monday, February 16th, 2009
The Ehart York Volunteer Fire Department, Medina, OH, has received federal grant money from FEMA.  The grant money is in the form of Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG).  The total award is $58,500 with federal share of $55,575.00.  This federal grant money from FEMA will be used for equipment for operations and safety.  The announcement came during FEMA AFG round 23 on February 6, 2009.  Gatchell Grant Resources is very pleased to help another fire department obtain their federal grant money from FEMA’s AFG program.
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• Monday, February 16th, 2009

FEMA Fire Prevention and Safety Grant for 2008 finally opened for applications on February 2, 2009. The deadline date for application submission is March 6, 2009 at 5pm.  Please call our office for more information on applying for this federal grant money.

More on the FEMA Fire Prevention and Safety Grants:

The purpose of the Fire Prevention and Safety Grants is to fund fire prevention activities and to research and develop improvements to firefighter safety. Fire prevention grants are designed to reach high-risk target groups and mitigate incidences of deaths and injuries caused by fire and related hazards. Fire Prevention and Safety grants are separated into two “activities”. The projects that can be funded are listed below:(1) Fire Prevention and Safety: Applicants can apply for up to three projects. Public education campaigns, Smoke Alarms, Sprinkler Awareness, Code Enforcement/Awareness, Firefighter Safety, Training, Wildfire Prevention /Awareness, Arson Prevention/Awareness, Risk Assessment, General Prevention/Awareness. Applicants requesting Risk Assessments are precluded for applying for additional projects. (2) Firefighter Safety Research and Development: The purpose of this funding activity is to improve firefighter health and life safety through research and development projects. All projects must address injury outcomes or their surrogates such as firefighter fitness or health indicators.