From: FireGrantsHelp Newsletter
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: Why you shouldn't lie to FEMA; Breathe new life into an old application
Date: Thu May 22 22:16:44 MDT 2014
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FireGrants Help Newsletter
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 Dear FireGrantsHelp Member,

In this month's eNews, Jerry Brant explains how to build a strong profile of your department and its service area but more importantly why it’s important to be accurate. Hint: Don't lie to FEMA.

And our resident EMS Grant Writer, Janet Smith, explains seven steps to revamping your 2013 AFG grant application for this year’s application cycle.

Speaking of AFG,  how’s your department preparation for this program coming along? If you are not sure where to start the team at FGH and EGH are ready to help!

The FireGrantsHelp Team
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Getting Grants
Audits matter: Why you should never lie to FEMA
By Jerry Brant
When planning your grant applications, you must build a strong profile of your department and its service area. How do you achieve this? Here's how.
EMS Grants Help
7 steps to breathe new life into 2013's AFG grant application
By Janet Smith
Whether there's a surge in 911 call volume, a nasty storm or sweeping reforms within the system, we in EMS are constantly adapting to changes. We don't give up easily. The same holds true when it comes to applying for grants.
News

 Minn. fire department gets grant for new fire station
 Detroit receives $1.2M grant for Fire-EMS training, equipment
 Texas volunteer fire department gets wildfire truck from grant
 Ga. EMS gets community health grant for new cardiac monitors
 S.C. fire department to use grant to hire more firefighters
 Mich. fire department awarded FEMA grant

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