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FireRescue1’s Firefighting Grants topic section is an online resource page designed to keep Fire departments informed of the availability of grants that can be used to fund projects, product purchases and programs to help keep their community safe.

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Grant County Fire District 13 will improve its capabilities with a battery-powered combi tool on its new rescue vehicle
Funding through the California Office of Traffic Safety will help equip, train Kern County firefighters
82% of U.S. fire departments are all or mostly volunteer and, often, their funding depends on people stepping up to help
The two organizations will collaborate on efforts to raise money and awareness to better equip firefighters with the skills and tools they need to live long, healthy lives
First responders from 23 agencies attended training in Cass County on the hazards of li-ion batteries
A nearly 10-million-dollar grant will help the Frederick County Division of Fire Rescue Services hire 32 firefighters
AFG and SAFER programs are scheduled to expire on Sept. 30, 2024
Ashtabula firefighters are expected to use the AFG funding for new SCBA
Six new firefighters will be added to the Bettendorf Fire Department thanks to a SAFER grant
The documentary has a clear message for the fire service: You need to understand your community and be willing to make changes