Grants and federal incentives for nonprofits and NonGovernent Organizations (NGOs) is one way the Democrat party expands their reach. They do that by funneling taxpayer money to social justice groups in order to contract out for work that taxpayers are paying State and Federal Governments to do themselves. It is also a way for them to set their narratives, to go around voters, and to claim authority over public institutions.
Consider what just these two solicitations for grant recipients, for school safety and door-to-door canvassers pushing the COVID vaccine, can do for both the social justice-minded and for the totalitarian government.
The recipients of the grants will have a great deal of power over Americans. They will get to determine who is in danger, who is being aggressive, what the threats are, and who deserves privacy and who needs Government intervention. And we get no say at all, as voters and citizens.
The use of NGOs is happening at an alarming rate causing havoc in America, because social justice warriors are not elected, therefore there is not any oversight, there are no consequences for their actions.
The U.S. Department of Justice is currently taking applications for the FY 2021 Preventing School Violence: BJA’s School Violence Program, aimed at increasing through the implementation of school threat assessments, intervention teams, technological solutions, or other school safety strategies. As a leader in school safety training NCJTC has a long history in providing expert training and technical assistance to those implementing threat assessments and/or (behavioral) intervention teams to identify violence risks.
If interested in this solicitation (see details below), please consider contracting with NCJTC as your training partner to provide the support you need to successfully implement funding objectives. Please let us know if you are interested in partnering with us for your school safety training needs. We can be reached at (855) 866-2582 or at [email protected].National Criminal Justice Training Center of Fox Valley Technical CollegeSolicitation Deadlines:
Details about the STOP School Violence Program solicitation can be found at Just Grants Application Submission training page. Eligible applicants may submit one application that includes proposals for one or both of the following areas:
- Train school personnel and educate students on preventing student violence against others and themselves to include anti-bullying training. This can also include specialized training for school officials to respond to mental health crises.
- Develop and implement multidisciplinary threat assessment and/or intervention teams and/or operate technology solutions such as anonymous reporting systems for threats of school violence, including mobile telephone applications, hotlines, websites, or other school safety technology solutions for accurate identification of danger (without resort to discriminatory stereotypes or violating privacy).Threat assessment and/or intervention teams must coordinate with law enforcement agencies, behavioral health specialists, community stakeholders, and school personnel, and must include a memorandum of understanding. In FY 2021, Department of Justice (DOJ) funding applications are submitted in a new two-step process, each with its own deadline. Applicants begin the application process by submitting an SF-424 and SF-LLL within Grants.gov. The application information and forms are then transferred to the Justice Grants System (JustGrants) and will automatically appear for the applicant in JustGrants. The applicant can then submit the full application, including attachments, in JustGrants.
DHEC Seeks Applicants to Perform Hyperlocal COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach Efforts
Public Health Officials launch a $5 million grant assistance program to fund enhanced community vaccine awareness and understanding
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
July 16, 2021
COLUMBIA, S.C. ― The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) today announced the agency is accepting grant applications from organizations to help expand awareness and information about the COVID-19 vaccines and help increase vaccination rates in South Carolina. Our goal is to vaccinate as many eligible South Carolinians as possible and help end the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recognizing that South Carolina is at a critical point in getting more people vaccinated and needs more local support, DHEC has launched an innovative grant assistance program to fund hyperlocal outreach efforts. DHEC will provide grants to applicants with the funding it received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. DHEC is accepting applications today through Aug. 5, 2021. Details are available in the Request for Grant Assistance that’s available online here.
“DHEC and key partners across the state have done a yeoman’s job sharing essential COVID-19 information and working together to combat misinformation that leads to confusion and, in turn, hesitancy about the vaccines among South Carolinians,” said Dr. Brannon Traxler, DHEC Public Health Director. “South Carolina is taking advantage of this federal funding to help ensure people in rural areas and minority or vulnerable communities receive the information they need to make informed decisions about vaccines from people they know and trust. Information sharing is more important than ever since South Carolina, and several other states, are seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.”
The outreach initiatives to be provided by recipients of the grant will be centered on increasing community-level engagement that provides factual, easy-to-understand information about the safety, effectiveness, and benefits of COVID-19 vaccines and why they are essential to ending the ongoing pandemic. None of these activities will include unsolicited door-to-door residential outreach.
The grant recipients’ initiatives will include:
- distributing DHEC informational materials
- conducting safe in-person or virtual educational sessions with community members
- placing social media and other media advertising messages on channels designed to reach focused populations
- utilizing non-traditional outreach methods (informational signs at intersections, point-of-sale advertising, direct mailers, grassroots outreach, etc.)
- providing transportation to people who want to get vaccinated
The number of organizations receiving funding will depend on the applications submitted, however, DHEC anticipates awarding up to 25 grants totaling up to $5,000,000 for six months. Each award is expected to last for six months and can be renewed up to three times for a total period of two years.
“We have said many times that DHEC can’t end this pandemic alone,” said Dr. Traxler. “We need state and local officials, teachers and educators, faith and other community leaders, and the business community to be COVID-19 ambassadors. We are excited about the hyperlocal connections these organizations will make with people in their communities through this new federally supported vaccine effort as we continue to focus on saving lives and protecting all South Carolinians.”
For the latest COVID-19 information in South Carolina, visit scdhec.gov/vaxfacts.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776