Sarah (Wilson) Handler is the vice president of the Grant Division at Lexipol, managing PoliceGrantsHelp, FireGrantsHelp, EMSGrantsHelp, GovGrantsHelp and EducationGrantsHelp as well as the Grant search tool GrantFinder. She has been with the company since 2007 and started the Grant services division in 2009. Since 2009, Sarah has worked to build the Grants division from a small, sponsored microsite to a multimillion-dollar revenue business. Sarah’s team is responsible for generating $400 million in funding and currently servicing a network of 60,000 departments and municipalities for grant help. Sarah has a bachelor's degree from the University of California at Davis. Connect with Handler on LinkedIn or via email.
Recently passed legislation promises local government leaders with new funding opportunities in the coming months … and the coming years
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Through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, local government organizations can take advantage of several grant programs for broadband access
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Understand how first responders can participate in the funding
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Detailing grant options and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act aimed at relieving financial burdens on communities
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