As the DHS Homeland Security NSGP (Non-profit Security Grant Program) opens for the coming year, this is an excellent opportunity for schools, shuls and community centers to apply for a highly competitive grant that offers up to $150,000 in funds to harden facilities against terror attacks and hate crimes.
Zalman Myer-Smith from the CSO offers a factual response to 7 Myths about the DHS security grant in this video.
Myth #1 – It’s the same award amount and items each year
Myth #2 – It’s a guaranteed grant as long as you apply.
Myth #3 – You deal directly with FEMA or DHS.
Myth #4 – You get a check directly from FEMA or DHS.
Myth #5 – It just takes a couple of months from start to finish.
Myth #6 – All site security assessments are the same.
Myth #7 – You can only receive the award one time.
For further information or professional guidance, please visit www.unitedcommunitygrants.com