Grants are a great way for your department or agency to receive funding beyond the limits of your operational budget and bridge the gap between resources and needs. Grants can help pay for equipment like radios, vehicles, training, or even provide funding for additional personnel.
But to be successful in winning grants, agencies need to identify the right grants to pursue, write strong applications that state their case for needing grants funding, offer a transparent budget that reflects those needs and follow best practices in writing and administering grants.
This eBook will walk you through the process of creating a strong application and give concrete examples of mistakes to avoid and best practices for a successful application.
How can you find funding opportunities that apply to your needs? Click on the industry links below, and you'll find a simple summary of the grant requirements. You’ll also find application deadlines, webinars and presentation materials that further explain the opportunity, and case studies about how other users like you have used wireless solutions to improve their performance.
Unsure of how to prepare a grant application?
This guide provides useful preparation practices for anyone seeking additional grant support including:
And much more
See Which School Safety Grants Are Open Across the U.S.
While safety is a top concern for schools, we understand that not all schools have the resources they need in order to implement crucial security and school safety technology. Government grants are available to help bridge that gap.
Motorola Solutions has partnered up with the grant experts at EducationGrantsHelp.com to help with grant research, grant alert notices and grant application reviews in order to ensure you have a successful application.
Motorola Solutions has partnered with the experts at PoliceGrantsHelp, GovGrantsHelp, FireGrantsHelp and the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) to provide you with free grant assistance programs. Get started on your application today!
First established in 2014, the Partner Alliance for Safer Schools (PASS) brings together expertise from the education, public safety, and industry communities to develop and support a coordinated approach to making effective use of proven security practices specific to K-12 environments, and informed decisions on security investments.
The mission of PASS is to provide school administrators, school boards and public safety and security professionals with information, tools and insight needed to implement a tiered approach to securing and enhancing the safety of school environments based on their individual needs, nationwide best practices, and making the most effective use of resources available.
PASS supports efforts by communities throughout the United States to provide and sustain an effective level of security appropriate to each district and K-12 facility, recognizing that making schools safer is both achievable and urgently needed.
Safety and Security Guidelines for K-12 Schools
The PASS Guidelines identify and classify best practices for securing K-12 facilities in response to urgent needs for information identified by the education community. The guidelines include: