Funding Opportunity-M Global Fire Prevention Grant Program- Due Date- December 31st

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Are you looking for grant funding for your organization? Maybe we can help!

Because we believe that the majority of fire can be prevented, FM Global is pleased to offer financial support to organizations working to combat fire.

Through our Fire Prevention Grant Program, fire departments and brigades, as well as national, state, regional, local and community organizations can
apply for funding to support a wide array of fire prevention, preparedness and control efforts, including pre-incident planning, fire prevention education/training and arson prevention/fire investigation.

Below you’ll find information detailing our policies and requirements to potentially qualify for grantfunding. Please review before you move forward in the application process.

Who is eligible?

Any organization or agency around the world that supports fire prevention can apply for an FM Global Fire Prevention Grant; however, funds must be used for public purposes. Additional terms and conditions may apply and can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions.

What can I apply for?

Funding requests will be considered to help support organizations working to combat fire for a wide array of fire prevention, preparedness and control efforts. The catagories that you can apply for are:

Pre-Incident Planning
Fire Prevention Education
Arson Prevention/Fire Investigation

Deadlines for submitting your application:
Grant applications are reviewed four times per year. Deadlines for receipt of applications are March 31, June 30, September 30 and December 31. Decisions on awards are made approximately 3 - 4 months after deadline.

Previous grant recipients may reapply for funding three years from the date of their initial award letter. For applications that did not result in a grant award, applicants may reapply for funding one year from the date of their notification letter.

Questions/Comments:
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at firepreventiongrants@fmglobal.com.

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