Capito and Manchin announce $24 million in DHS/FEMA funding for West Virginia


Charleston, WV (WOAY) – US Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) announce $24,224,571 for the state of West Virginia through the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) FY 2022 Preparedness Grant Programs and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The funding will help West Virginia prepare against man-made threats and natural disasters and reimburse costs accrued during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Individual awards include:

Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Federal Grant

 

  • $15,947,884 – West Virginia Bureau for Public Health

 

FY 2022 Homeland Security Grant Program: State Homeland Security Program

 

  • $4,847,500 – The State of West Virginia

 

FY 2022 Emergency Operations Center Grant Program

 

  • $955,000 – WV Division of Emergency Management Emergency Operations Center Facility Project

 

FY 2022 Port Security Grant Program

 

  • $137,265 – City of New Martinsville

 

FY 2022 Nonprofit Security Grant Program

 

  • $300,000  Jewish Studies Enrichment, Inc.
  • $150,000 – Temple Shalom
  • $150,000 – The G. Lockhart Outreach Foundation
  • $150,000 – Lily’s Place, Inc. $150,000 WV Midian Leadership Project, Inc.
  • $150,000 – ECH WV, Inc., dba Expression Church
  • $150,000 – Midian Leadership Project, Inc.
  • $149,961 – CornerStone Christian Academy, Inc.
  • $149,500 – Union Chapel United Methodist Church
  • $147,000 – Bible Center Church
  • $140,000 – Bible Center School
  • $138,000 – Charleston Baptist Temple
  • $124,203 – The Arc of the Mid-Ohio Valley
  • $116,846 – State M&A Funding
  • $107,100 – Spring Valley Presbyterian Church
  • $76,000 – Crab Orchard Baptist Church
  • $69,812  West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, dba Robert C Byrd Clinic, Inc.
  • $68,500 – Randolph Street Baptist Church

 

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