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DHS funding drawdown, How to research private funders

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Dear PoliceGrantsHelp Member,

In this installment of grants news, we outline new Homeland Security funding drawdowns and deadlines that could affect when and how much your department can spend grant funding.

Also, we explain how to do your homework on foundations in the process of pursuing private funding for your public safety programs.

The PoliceGrantsHelp Team
Secrets to Getting Police Grants
Reminder: Homeland Security funding drawdown
By Denise Schlegel
In addition to changes to rules and funding categories, this year the Department of Homeland Security's grant programs contain a new series of additional deadlines for drawing down any remaining funding from 2007 to 2011. Important spending deadlines
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Private Funding for Public Safety
Vital info to have before you
apply for grants
By Sarah Whelan
Once you identify a good prospect and you understand which type of foundation you are dealing with, there is still more work to do before you can submit an application. You will need to do some research to learn more about the foundation and its giving practices. Use these tools
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