Did you know preparedness grants can be used to support citizens and first responders to help ensure everyone works together to prepare and protect against disasters and emergencies? With many different programs available in the FY23 FEMA DHS Preparedness Grants Cycle, it can be challenging to navigate which program is right for you.
We’re here to help! Check out these complimentary executive summaries that will help you understand the in’s and out’s of each program. We’ve also partnered with the experts at PoliceGrantsHelp, GovGrantsHelp, and FireGrantsHelp to provide you with free grant assistance programs. Get started on your application today!
Available Government Grant Assistance Programs
COPS School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP)
Apply by May 10 and request up to $500K
The Students, Teachers, and Officers Preventing School Violence Act of 2018 (STOP School Violence Act of 2018) gave the COPS Office authority to provide awards directly to states, units of local government or Indian tribes to improve security at schools and on school grounds in the jurisdiction of the grantee through evidence-based school safety programs and technology.
Up to $73 million in funding is available for FY23 SVPP. Each award is three years (36 months) in duration for a maximum federal share of $500,000 per award. There is a local cash match (cost share) requirement of at least 25%. SVPP funding will provide up to 75% funding for the following school safety measures in and around K-12 (primary and secondary) schools and school grounds:
- Coordination with law enforcement
- Training for local law enforcement officers to prevent student violence against others and self
- Metal detectors, locks, lighting and other deterrent measures
- Technology for expedited notification of local law enforcement during an emergency
- Any other measure that the COPS Office determines may provide a significant improvement in security
COPS School Violence Prevention Program (SVPP) grant application for public K-12 schools is officially open.
All awards are subject to the availability of appropriated funds and any modifications or additional requirements that may be imposed by law.
Apply by May 10.
CARES ACT AIRPORT GRANT PROGRAM,
$10 BILLION in Funds Available
Under the CARES Act funds have been allocated for airport capital expenditures and airport operating expenses related to coronavirus prevention, preparedness, and response. The CARES Act also provides funds to increase the Federal share to 100 percent for grants awarded under the fiscal year 2020 appropriations for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) and Supplemental Discretionary grants. This funding is subject to a simplified application process and will be awarded on an expedited basis.
Contact Us for more information.
CARES ACT EDUCATION STABILIZATION FUND
$30.75 BILLION in Funds Available
The CARES Act includes three grant programs under the Education Stabilization Fund:
- Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund ($13.2 billion)
- Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEER) Fund ($14.25 billion)
- Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund ($3 billion)
These grant programs are being administered through the U.S. Department of Education and are intended to support efforts by states, schools and institutions of higher learning to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, but each has a different focus and are subject to different eligibility requirements.
Download the CARES Act Education Grant Summary
CARES ACT FUNDING FOR HOSPITALS, HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS & TELEHEALTH
$175.2 BILLION in Funds Available
The CARES Act includes $100 billion for the Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund (PHSSEF), also known as the Provider Relief Fund. The amount was increased by another $75 billion in the most recently enacted economic relief package. This program is intended to cover non-reimbursable health care related expenses or lost revenue directly attributable to coronavirus (COVID-19) and is being administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The CARES Act also includes $200 million for a COVID-19 Telehealth Program being administered by the Federal Communications Commission.
Download the CARES Act Healthcare Grant Summary
2020 MOTOROLA 90-DAY DEFERRED PAYMENT PROMOTION
Get the Motorola System You Need Now – Make No Monthly Payments for 90 Days*
Benefits of the 90-Day Deferred lease program:
- Let the ROI of your system help pay for itself through its use
- Conserve your working capital
- Streamlined application/approval process
- Potential tax savings under IRS Section 179**
- $1 purchase option allows you to own the system at lease-end
Let the ROI of your system help pay for itself through its use and conserve your working capital.
*On approved credit.
**LCA is not an authorized tax advisor.