The STOP School Violence Act of 2018 seeks to improve school security by providing students and teachers with the tools they need to recognize, respond quickly to, and prevent acts of violence. Both the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services offer grants to improve security within our Nation’s schools and on school grounds through evidence-based programs.
Under the SERV grant the Department provides short-term support shortly after a traumatic event to affected LEAs or IHEs. At the discretion of the Secretary, funding amounts and project periods may be identified (subject to the availability of appropriations) to reflect the scope of the incident and potential recovery needs.
SERV grants are intended to provide short-term support shortly after a traumatic event. These grants are intended to provide a limited amount of funds to meet acute needs and restore the learning environment.
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation was founded in 2005 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Firehouse Subs co-founders, Chris Sorensen and Robin Sorensen, traveled to Mississippi where they fed first responders as well as survivors. As they traveled back to Florida exhausted and exhilarated, they knew we could do more and the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation was born.
Established in 1992 by Lisa and Douglas Goldman, the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund is a private foundation committed to providing support for charitable organizations that enhance our society. As natives of San Francisco, the Goldmans place a high priority on projects that have an impact upon the San Francisco community. Within its grantmaking areas, the Fund strives to be responsive and flexible as well as to make informed and responsible grants to support qualified projects.
We identify, incubate, and develop innovative solutions with the most impact. Global Impact Cash Grants go to nonprofits and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that address a significant social problem. We’re looking for programs that fit within our investment areas, serve the underserved, and leverage technology to improve the reach and efficiency of services. We accept applications year-round from eligible organizations. An initial information form is used to determine whether your organization will be invited to complete a full application.
Our public safety grants are managed locally by our Target store and distribution center Assets Protection teams, and are awarded to eligible organizations across the country to support crime prevention programs and community safety initiatives.
Coastal Bend Community Foundation (CBCF) awards grants from unrestricted and certain other funds yearly through the Annual Grants process. We welcome applications from eligible organizations/coalitions for projects completed by August 31 of the following year.
As the result of a Presidential Disaster Declaration, FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) funds plans and projects that reduce the effects of future natural disasters. In California, these funds are administered by the Cal OES HMGP Unit. Eligible subapplicants include state agencies, local governments, special districts, and some private non-profits.
We make it our business to be like a good neighbor, helping to build safer, stronger and better educated communities across the United States. Through our company grants, we focus on three areas: safety, education, and community development.
Whether you’re just starting your Communications project or need to add the final touches to an application, our staff of grant consultants has teamed up with Motorola Solutions to provide grant resources and services specific to Communications. We do not guarantee funding, but will do everything we can to assist you in submitting a successful grant application.
The JAG program, specifically authorized under 34 U.S.C. §§ 10151 – 10158, is the leading source of federal justice funding to state and local jurisdictions. The JAG Program provides states, tribes, and local governments with critical funding necessary to support a range of program areas including law enforcement, prosecution, indigent defense, courts, crime prevention and education, corrections and community corrections, drug treatment and enforcement, planning, evaluation, technology improvement, and crime victim and witness initiatives and mental health programs and related law enforcement and corrections programs, including behavioral programs and crisis intervention teams.
Since 2009, as part of its commitment to help member schools keep dollars in the classroom, New Jersey Schools Insurance Group (NJSIG) awarded their seven sub-funds throughout the state millions of dollars in Safety Grants. NJSIG’s Safety Grant program provides funding to members to invest in proactive risk management and safety related project improvements. The goal is to develop a strong safety culture in New Jersey school communities and help reduce costs thereby keeping dollars in the classroom.