Preparedness grants support our citizens and first responders to ensure we work together as a nation to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate terrorism and other high-consequence disasters and emergencies.
Use the dropdown list below to filter grant programs by audience (who is eligible for the grant).
Or explore the full list to learn about all of the grant funding programs available to support preparedness at the state, local, tribal and territorial levels.
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Resources for Grant Recipients
Preparedness Grants Manual
Recipients should refer to the Preparedness Grants Manual for guidance on:
- Policies and procedures
- Program-specific information
- Rules and regulations
FY 2022 Standard Terms and Conditions Fact Sheet
This fact sheet displays the FEMA standard terms and conditions for FY 2022. These standard terms and conditions apply to all non-disaster financial assistance awards funded in FY 2022.
Informational Bulletins contain administrative instructions and guidelines critical to supporting the effectiveness and efficient delivery of FEMA Grant Programs.
If you have a project you are interested in funding, please contact your applicable State Administrative Agency (SAA) contact.
About Preparedness Grants
Explore case studies, press releases, program office details and other information about FEMA's Preparedness Grants.
Since 2002, DHS has awarded more than $58 billion to grant recipients to prevent, protect against and respond to terrorist threats and other hazards to the nation.
On February 27, 2023, DHS released the Fiscal Year 2023 Notices of Funding Opportunity for eight preparedness grant programs totaling over $2 billion, an increase of $360 million over FY 2022.
Award Allocations from these NOFOs are included in Information Bulletin No. 484.
All FY 2023 preparedness grant Notices of Funding Opportunities can be found at grants.gov. Final submissions must be made through the non-disaster grants system.
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