Ferno Launches Grant Assistance Program

Ferno Launches Grant Assistance Program

Article Mar 24, 2009

WILMINGTON, OH (March27, 2007) -- The current economic environment presents a number of challenges to agencies who need to purchase new patient handling equipment. To help overcome these challenges, Ferno has launched a new grant assistance program.

The Ferno grant assistance program is a free service available to qualified EMS and Fire/Rescue customers who wish to purchase Ferno patient handling products. Ferno grant specialists are ready to assist customers research available funding sources, help develop their narrative and proposal document, and consult on strategies for achieving success.

The grant assistance program applies to any Ferno patient handling product, including the full line of Ferno ambulance cots and stair chairs. For more information and to start an application call 877-733-0911 or visit http://www.Ferno.com/Grants.

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