MCFSC Fire Safety Micro-Grant Program
2023 MCFSC Fire Safety Micro-Grant Program
UPDATE: The 2023 MCFSC/PG&E Corporation Foundation Micro-Grant recipients have been selected. We are thrilled to be able to support a great group of projects that will help increase our wildfire resilience county-wide! Please see our press release for a complete list of the selected recipients and their projects.
MCFSC, with support from PG&E, is launching its 2023 Micro-Grant funding opportunity to support Neighborhood Fire Safe Councils (NFSCs) and fire agencies in achieving their fire safety goals throughout Mendocino County. NFSCs and local fire agencies are key to advancing wildfire preparedness and resiliency. With this grant opportunity, MCFSC hopes to stimulate neighborhood involvement, improve coordination within and between communities, and build capacity for NFSCs and fire agencies.
The 2023 Fire Safety Micro-Grant Program is accepting applications from April 1st, 2023 – April 30th, 2023.
MCFSC has allocated $100,000 in available funding. Individual grants will be considered between $2,000-$8,000. Entities eligible for funding must:
- be a Neighborhood Fire Safe Council affiliated with the Mendocino County Fire Safe Council, or a Fire District or Fire Department operating in Mendocino County
- serve residents of Mendocino County—all requested funds must be spent within the County
- conduct business without discrimination on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, or religious affiliation
- demonstrate the ability to achieve and successfully document community-impact projects
For more details, please see Application Guidelines.
Applications may be submitted by email or as hard copy. Submit completed proposals to email@example.com or to:
MCFSC Micro-Grants, PO Box 263, Ukiah, CA 95482-0263
2023 Fire Safety Micro-Grant Application Period Ends
Check out what projects were funded under the 2022 Micro-Grant program. Click the link below for an interactive article featuring the funded projects.