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Rebuilding After A Disaster

Tue, Oct 23, 2018 @ 16:10 PM / by Carol Timms posted in library grant, nonprofit, foundation funding, disaster preparedness, natural disaster, grants for disaster planning, non-profit, first responders, grant opportunity, foundation grant money, animal shelter, FEMA, football grants, grants for football, animal shelter grant, animal shelter funding, NFL, football equipment grants, grants from service organizations, service organizations, dog park grants, animal grants, dog grants, grants for dog parks, grants for dogs, grants for animal needs, dog parks, grants for disaster relief, disaster relief grants, grant funding, grant, Hurricane Harvey, grants for animals, animal needs grants, thank you, disaster, Disaster Relief Grants for School Libraries, school library grants, school libraries

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Immediately after a disaster, governmental agencies, volunteers and non-profits respond en masse to the affected area. These entities provide essential health and human services. In turn, granting organizations support these first responders by offering grants for general expenses and specific special interests.

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Disaster Relief Grants for School Libraries

Thu, May 10, 2018 @ 11:05 AM / by Lauren Albright posted in education, natural disaster, grants for disaster relief, disaster relief grants, disaster, Disaster Relief Grants for School Libraries, school library grants, school libraries

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Harvey. Irma. Maria. Communities devastated by these three hurricanes in 2017 are still rebuilding. The massive recovery process takes its toll on a community’s economy, infrastructure, and education system—the latter having a damaging long-term impact on students.

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Grants for Emergency Relief

Thu, Aug 31, 2017 @ 09:08 AM / by Tammi Hughes posted in emergency preparedness resources, disaster preparedness, natural disaster, emergency preparedness, grants for disaster relief, disaster relief grants, Hurricane Harvey

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Hurricane Harvey is causing catastrophic and unprecedented damage and flooding in Texas. Harvey has caused at least 16 confirmed deaths and inland flooding is ongoing in the Greater Houston area. FEMA director Brock Long called Harvey the worst disaster in Texas history, and expected the recovery to take many years. Preliminary estimates of economic losses range anywhere from $10 billion to $50 billion.

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