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School Safety Funding
There are multiple funding options available to schools to help address their safety needs. These include federal and state government sources, nonprofit organizations, and charity divisions of major companies.
Explore these opportunities and secure the support your school needs for a safer environment.
ESSER (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund)
Created as part of the CARES Act, ESSER provides financial assistance to states and districts to tackle COVID-19-related challenges in education. This fund can be instrumental in implementing safety measures, such as enhancing sanitization protocols and purchasing necessary personal protective equipment. Learn More
EANS (Emergency Assistance to Non-Public Schools)
EANS allocates aid to non-public schools to ensure that quality education continues during emergencies. This assistance can help schools upgrade their safety equipment and infrastructures to better protect students and staff. Learn More
COPS SVPP (Community Oriented Policing Services School Violence Prevention Program)
The COPS SVPP aims to improve school security by promoting evidence-based safety programs. The grant can be used to fund initiatives focused on reducing violence and enhancing student safety. Learn More
BJA STOP (Bureau of Justice Assistance STOP School Violence Program)
BJA STOP provides resources to reinforce school security infrastructure and develop violence prevention education, training, and technology. This program can be a valuable asset in building a safe and secure learning environment. Learn More
Several nonprofit organizations and major corporations offer school safety grants to support initiatives in schools. Here are some notable examples:
Securing these grants can significantly contribute to the safety of your school community. At School Gate Guardian, we're committed to assisting schools in creating a secure, worry-free environment where students can thrive.