First Priority Group is pleased to announce the launch of its new database of obtainable grants for first responders, public safety and local government leaders to better serve their communities. Although more than $600 billion in nationwide grants are available to public safety agencies and local government each year, it can be difficult to navigate through the grant process. First Priority Group is proud to be the reliable go-to source for researching the grants and funds available for its customers, agencies and municipalities as a value-added service. FPG understands how critical these grants are for providers and local government agencies that are looking to add resources in the face of rising public safety challenges. The company has linked up with a national technology and media partner to facilitate access to federal, state and private funding resources.
Overview: On behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, Acting State Fire Commissioner Bruce Trego invites all fire, rescue companies and emergency medical services throughout Pennsylvania to apply for the Fire Company Emergency Medical Service Grant Program.. The program has been reauthorized for four (4) years and increased to $30 million
Qualified States: Pennsylvania
Application Grant Period: 12.22.2020 – 1.25.2021
First Priority Group (FPG) is alerting Fire Departments and nonaffiliated** emergency medical service (EMS) organizations in all 50 states that funding for the purchase fire apparatus and new and remounted ambulances will be made through the Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) to be issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Qualified States: All 50 States
*An announcement is expected in the 4th quarter.