Grant Application Bootcamp BRIC (FEMA) Guidance and Tools

With a mix of webinars, practical tools, and templates, the Grant Application Bootcamp materials are designed to provide an overview of the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) FY22 opportunity, guide you through the application process, and present actionable steps that can be taken to submit a strong application.

They include presentations from BRIC Grant Bootcamp webinars with information on how to apply for federal funds and relevant tools and templates that can be applied to your grant application. The materials focus on how to build a community engagement plan, how to leverage community assets, how to effectively incorporate data into the grant application process, and how to construct a budget and a strong grant narrative.

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