Government Grants
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Government Grants Guru


A grant is money given to a certain individual on the basis that he or she does not have to repay, which makes it different from a loan. Most grants are issued by the government to those in need, such as low income families or students attending post-secondary education institutions.

There are over 1,000 individual grant programs from 26 U.S. government grant-making agencies that issue over $400 billion in annual awards. These programs fall into 21 separate categories ranging from Agriculture to Transportation. Eligibility for government grants is usually determined based on financial need.

Grants are also given out by individuals or foundations. Many of these grants are given in the form of scholarships or donations to non-profit organizations.

For reliable and recent information about grants and the fastest procedure to obtain one for yourself, browse this site and find hundreds of resources, tips and techniques dealing with grants.

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