Today, the DC government announced $976,500 in security and preparedness grants for District non-profit organizations operating at faith-affiliated institutions. The grants are managed through DC’s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency (HSEMA) as part of the US Department of Homeland Security’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP). These grants support efforts for target hardening, planning, training, and other security-related activities. The funding can used to purchase physical security enhancements such as cameras, new doors, locks, and gates.
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Present your proposal to the Mayor’s Special Events Task Group (MSETG) to host your special...
Notices of Funding Opportunity, List of Grant Awards, and Grant Management Information
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Provide training for workers to ensure that citizens can protect themselves in a crisis.
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The grants support efforts for planning, training, and other security-related activities at non-...