Starting the new year is all about starting right. A great way to help this year be better than last year? Get the grant-writing training you need to help you be competitive in your public safety grants.
First responders, emergency management agencies, and public safety agencies around the country have used our online and national training to help them go on to win grants big and small. And this year could be your turn in the winner’s circle too.
Whether online or at one of our convenient nationwide trainings, we look forward to helping you become the best grant writer you can be!
With our friends at Berlin & Gorham FD, NH, Apr. 18-19, 2020
“We were awarded an AFG grant in the amount of $150,286 to purchase 24 air packs. We would not been able to make this purchase without me taking you class and learning how to write grants. Thank you for all of your help!”
– Bobbi Beers, Friendship Fire Company No. 1, Inc., Roaring Spring, Pennsylvania
New grant training in New England! Our friends at New Hampshire’s Berlin & Gorham FD are graciously hosting 2 days of grant-writing training for anyone in public safety, first responder, and emergency management.
Does this sound like your agency?
Your agency lacks funds for vital equipment or training.
You applied for grants in the past, but just can’t seem to get your application into the winner’s circle.
Times are tight and your budget is shrinking, but grants seem so intimidating, you’ll never figure out how to get that crucial additional funding for your department.
You’re not the only one. Fire Departments, Law Enforcement Agencies and other Emergency Services Agencies nationwide have felt the sting of the budget ax.
They could’ve spent another year going without.
But they did something else. They took action, and they got that crucial grant funding. Register today and get ready to have 2020 be full of grants for your agency!
“I have had the chance to attend other classes on grant writing but none of them compared to this course. First Responder Grants is truly that-for first responders.”
—Deputy Justin Koller, York County Sheriff’s Office, York, Pennsylvania
What if the equipment and training your organization needs was only a grant application away? Would you be ready to write that grant?
From public, corporate, and non-profit sources, major public safety grants will be opening soon and throughout 2020. But what really matters is whether or not your agency is prepared to take your best shot at winning those crucial grants.
It’s not easy to know the ins and outs of today’s grants. That’s why our training gives you the “meat and potatoes” you need to put out the most competitive grants you can.
“I have attended several of Kurt’s informative and educational classes and found them to be presented in language that was easy to understand. His post-seminar guidance and assistance in helping us with all of our applications has been, to say the least, invaluable.”
—Firefighter Lee Look, PhD, Lyndon Fire & Rescue, Kentucky
Seats are still available for 2 upcoming trainings, hosted by our friends in the Fire Service and in Law Enforcement:
Join us in University Center, MI, Sept. 29-30, 2020
Two days of meat and potatoes grant-writing training!
We designed our training to turn you into a first-rate public safety grant writer. Presented in language you can understand and comprehend. Learn how to help your agency get the training, to get the grant, to get the gear!
A new year is upon us. Will 2019 be a year where your department heads to the winner circle of grants… or will it be another year of “dear john letters” or grants that coulda-been-shoulda-been, but weren’t?
Whether government, private sector, or non-profit sources, hundreds of grants for public safety agencies will be opening up throughout the year. And if your agency is going to submit the best application you can, you’ll need the best public safety grant training that America has to offer.
Seats are still available at our upcoming grant-writing training in Tacoma, WA, Feb. 21-22. Join us today and get the training you need to get the grants that get the gear!