3 grant writing rules for public safety agencies
Follow these rules to help your EMS agency or fire department take the next step in success with grant applications
FEMA reports more than 25,000 EMS and fire departments apply for a Department of Homeland Security grant each year.
There are many reasons why a grant proposal may or may not be funded and some of those reasons are beyond an applicant’s control. For example, there may be 15 well thought out and cost-effective proposals for a community paramedic program, but only 10 grants can be awarded.
There are a number of factors that an agency grant writer can control that directly improve the chances of getting your project funded. The content of your application is arguably the most important factor you can control. Here are three rules to follow while writing your proposal.
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