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The Neosho Fire Department used AFG funds to exhaust removal systems in two firehouses
Members of Congress are urged to sign a letter that would include AFG and SAFER in an upcoming “must pass” funding bill
The message: Authorize full funding for the USFA plus the AFG and SAFER grant programs
AFG 2023 is open — download this guide now for your best chance of success at receiving AFG funding for PPE
The Ogdensburg City Council hired a consultant to assist with AFG, SAFER grants
Detailing changes to equipment and PPE priority lists
Tips for securing AFG funding for wellness programs
Tips for securing AFG funding for SCBA
Santa finally shares news about AFG, SAFER and Fire Prevention & Safety grant programs
Access free assistance during the process for AFG grants concerning exhaust removal equipment.
Tips for securing AFG funding for exhaust removal systems
Tips for securing AFG funding for radios
With program “sunset” on the horizon, National Advisory Council members converge to call on Congress to take action for America’s fire service
Resident grants guru Chief Jerry Brant details what application reviewers are looking for, plus common grant proposal mistakes
If your department is struggling to replace its radios, a fire grant can help
The Senate version of the DHS Appropriations bill would cut AFG and SAFER grant funding by $22 million
Call your senators about restoring the proposed $22 million in fire grant program cuts
Simple steps can help you show FEMA that you are in compliance with grant requirements
An AFG grant will help Troy firefighters keep their PPE clean and reduce their exposure to cancer-causing carcinogens
Black requested that the AFG and SAFER programs be authorized through FY 2030 and that the USFA be authorized through FY 2030 with an increased authorization of $95M per year
Urgency drives Congress to act before program expires
The agency is looking for feedback about, NFIRS, FEMA GO and other Assistance to Firefighters Grants program application issues
The bill would renew the Assistance to Firefighters and SAFER grant programs and reauthorize and increase funding for the U.S. Fire Administration
Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan introduced a bill to keep SAFER and AFG going
Some departments have not received a denial letter, nor have they received an award. How should they proceed for their 2022 AFG application?
The bill, which is expected to go to the president by the end of the year, means funding for the AFG programs may continue into the next decade