Annual grant gives back to law enforcement and first responders by providing training, equipment, and funding to K9 units.
AURORA, Ill. (PRWEB) October 27, 2022
For over 10 years, the Aftermath K9 Grant has given back to police departments and first responder units across the country by awarding grants that are used to offset the costs associated with creating, running, and maintaining a K9 unit.
We are excited to announce that the 2022 Aftermath K9 Grant will begin on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. Nominations for the competition will run from October 11-18 and are open to any law enforcement or first responder agency (police, fire/EMS, coroner, etc.) in the United States.
Starting on October 24, 2022, communities across the country will vote to determine who receives grants totaling $15,000. Votes can be cast once per day online at aftermath.com/k9grant and on social media platforms (Instagram-@aftermathk9grant, Facebook-@aftermathcares).
The grant competition's schedule is as follows:
- Nomination Period: October 11-18
- Voting Period: October 24-31
- November 3: Winners Announced
Since the inception of the Aftermath K9 Grant, Aftermath has awarded over $200,000 in grants to K9 units nationwide. For grant rules and information, visit http://www.aftermath.com/k9-grant.
About Aftermath Services LLC
Aftermath Services is the premier provider of trauma cleaning and biohazard remediation. Since 1996, it has provided professional and compassionate services to families, communities, and businesses after traumatic events. Aftermath believes its customers deserve the highest quality service while being treated with dignity and respect. It pioneered and uses a sophisticated, science-based approach to remediation that protects the health and safety of people and restores property after tragedies. With over 60 dispatch locations nationwide and emergency response 24/7/365, its qualified and certified crime scene cleanup professionals are able to help customers with a full range of biohazard remediation and cleaning assistance, including: homicide, suicide, unattended death, personal or industrial accidents, tear gas, and communicable disease outbreaks. For more information about Aftermath, visit http://www.aftermath.com.