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Grant awarded to The Vision 20/20 Project to expand the use of CRR across the nation

The Vision 20/20 Project was awarded a grant from the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant program to expand the implementation of Community Risk Reduction (CRR) across the nation. CRR is a proven method of for the fire service to effectively engage with the public and make their communities safer for both the citizens and fire fighters alike.

There are four activities that The Vision 20/20 Project will be focusing on as part of this grant:

The Vision 20/20 Project is a collaborative effort that is guided by a Steering Committee comprised of representatives from national emergency service organizations and agencies. Its focus is bringing together people and organizations to work together to address some of the most pressing fire safety and community risk issues and developing the tools and resources that can be used at the local level.