Department Of Homeland Security Announces Assistance To Firefighters Grants To Aid America’s Fire Departments

Washington, D.C. – Acting Secretary James Loy announced 354 grants to fire departments throughout the United States in the thirty-fifth round of the Fiscal Year 2004 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. The grants will ultimately total approximately 8,000 awards worth nearly $750 million in direct assistance to firefighters throughout the country, demonstrating Homeland Security’s commitment to ensuring that America’s firefighters have the resources they need to protect their communities.

The thirty-fifth round of grants provides $38,739,203 to help local fire departments purchase firefighting equipment, fund firefighter health and safety programs, enhance emergency medical services programs, and conduct fire education and prevention programs.

The Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program is administered by the Department’s Office for Domestic Preparedness in cooperation with the Department’s United States Fire Administration.

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