FY 2017 Fire Prevention and Safety (FP&S) Grant Application

Period Opens February 12 – March 16

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About

The Fire Prevention and Safety (FP&S) grant provides funding for projects associated with reducing the number of fire-related deaths and injuries, especially among those in high-risk populations such as children and older adults. The United States Fire Administration (USFA) developed the “Fire is Everyone’s Fight” initiative in an effort to support that goal and to change how people think about fire prevention.

FEMA encourages applicants to utilize the steps listed in “Public Fire Education Planning, a Five-Step Process“, designed by the USFA, as a guide to developing a comprehensive life and fire safety program.

Our Eligible Products

 

Grant Resources:

FY 2017 Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO)

FY 2017 Fire Prevention & Safety Application Checklist

FY 2017 FP&S Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

FY 2017 Fire Prevention & Safety Self-Evaluation Sheet

FY 2017 Fire Prevention & Safety Cost Share Calculator

Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum

 

What You Will Need

  • Up-to-date System for Award Management (SAM) Registration
  • Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • 9-Digit DUNS Number
  • Bank Account Information
  • Operating Budget
  • Training/Educational Needs
 

The Following 4 Products Meet the Eligibility Requirements for the FY 2017 FP&S Grant

Fire Safety Houses
“People learn best when information is presented simply, repeated often, sustained over a period of time, and practiced. This is especially true when educating children about fire and life safety. A comprehensive education program using a fire safety trailer might look like this…” continue reading on page 33

 
Home Inspection Trailers
“The first priority will be given to programs that target a specific high risk population to conduct both door-to-door smoke alarm installations and provide home safety inspections…” continue reading on page 34

 
Sprinkler Demonstration Trailers
“The second priority will be given to programs that include sprinkler awareness that affect the entire community in this effort, such as educating the public about residential sprinklers, promoting residential sprinklers, and demonstrating working models of residential sprinklers. Installation of sprinkler systems is only eligible if proposed as part of a sprinkler demonstration/educational effort…” continue reading on page 35

 

Arson Investigation Trailers
“Priority will be given to projects that aim aggressively to investigate every fire…” continue reading on page 37

 

*All quotes are taken from the FY 2017 FP&S Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) document