The Securing American Nonprofit Organizations Against Terrorism Act of 2019, signed into law January 24, 2020, formally authorizes the Department of Homeland Security’s Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) for four years to protect the safety of non-profits facilities at risk of terrorist attacks, including synagogues, mosques, churches, and other houses of worship.
[ Read the SemperVerus article, Pastors Network: Churches Have Biblical Duty to Protect ]
The new law, which passed the US House by voice vote and passed through the Senate via Unanimous Consent, authorizes the Department of Homeland Security’s ‘Nonprofit Security Grant Program’ to issue grant money for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations that are at risk of a terrorist attack.
This grant funding will assist houses of worship to apply for $100,000 grants to be used for things like fencing, cameras, stronger doors, the hiring of security professionals, and security training for key personnel to prevent or protect against attacks.
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