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Fire Safety Grants

Numerous grants exist for fire safety initiatives. This site provides non-profits, public housing agencies, field office directors, contractors, fire departments, and other groups with funding opportunities for their projects.

Federal Grant Programs

Kidde highlights information and resources for grant funding for fire and life safety initiatives provided by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). If your project or organization supports and promotes the safety of people from fire and life safety hazards, the information below will help get you started and connect with grant opportunities.

Be sure to review the information below and apply.
Nicholas and Zachary Burt Memorial Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act of 2022
In 2022, Congress passed as part of the Federal Appropriations Bill H.R. 2471 (snappy name, eh?) funding for states to purchase and install compliant carbon monoxide alarms in units of low-income families or elderly individuals, facilities that commonly serve children or the elderly.


Additionally, this grant is for the development and dissemination of training materials, instructors, and any other costs relating to the training sessions. It’s also designed to educate the public about the risk associated with carbon monoxide (CO) as a poison and the importance of proper CO alarm use.Grant Application and funding has not yet been finalized for this program.

If you don’t apply, you don’t get the funding. There are a few common things to consider when applying for grants. Below we have provided some general information for applying for a grant from federal, regional, state, and local funding sources.

Step 1

Review the specifics of the grant, the qualifications and application dates.

Step 2

Gather the documentation and approvals necessary to complete the application by the due date.

Step 3

Check back with the funding source to see the status of the application.

What can funding be used for?
The grants highlighted are typically used for fire prevention, fire safety, fire education, and life safety initiatives. Each grant will have a specific focus area. Be sure to review the grant specifics for more information.
When do I apply and when is funding awarded?
Application dates and funding distributions vary based on the grant. Be sure to carefully review the dates listed in the grant application for more information.
Who can apply?
A variety of groups and organizations can apply for funding — it varies based on the grant, but in general we have highlighted grants for fire departments.
How do I apply?
The instructions for each grant are specific and can take time, so it’s important to begin the process early to ensure you do not miss the deadline.

Be sure to have all information about your project, including costs, impacted populations, and other pertinent details.

For FEMA grants, FEMA provides detailed instructions on the process and requirements for sign up through the FEMA Grant Application Website, FEMA GO. FEMA allows fees for grant writers who support the grant application to be included in the grant as well, as long as conditions are met as described by FEMA.


Take advantage of the funding opportunities that are available at the federal, regional, state, and local level. We have highlighted several fire and life safety grant opportunities for you to review. We will update this list as new opportunities become available.

Fire Prevention and Safety Grants
Managed by FEMA, Department of Homeland Security
The Fire Prevention and Safety (FP&S) Grants are part of the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) and support projects that enhance the safety of the public and firefighters from fire and related hazards.
Capital Fund Emergency/Natural Disaster Funding
Managed by Department of Housing and Urban Development
Emergency safety and security grant funding can be used for the purchase and installation of carbon monoxide detectors in public housing facilities.
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