US Government Grants
Government Grant Information Sources Express
Government grants do not come easy. However, if going after a federal grant is for you, the place to start is by finding out which "federalists" have the money.
Federal Grants - No Free Lunch
Resources for finding and getting grants. Also read about the federal grant process and find out why a grant is no Christmas present. From your About.com Gude.
Government Aid & Money – No Grant Needed
Where to find help with: Small Business Needs, Healthcare, Work or Career, Home Improvements, Hunger and Child Care or Family Needs. Find help from the government. From your About.com Gude.
Small Business Grants?
No Federal grants for starting a small business are currently available, but the SBA offers several low interest, flexible loans. From your About.com Gude.
Small Business Grants from the States
Unlike the federal government, the states do offer almost 200 direct grant programs for starting or growing a small business. Here you will find links to the business development resources of all 50 states.
U.S. Government Grant Information Sources
A handy list of Web sites offering detailed information on grants programs offered by the leading grant-making federal agencies. These links will lead you to information on how to determine eligibility and apply for grants. Necessary forms are available on most agency grants Web sites. From your About Guide.
A great new Web site from the Department of Labor designed to help Americans determine their eligibility for 55 government benefits programs.
Nonprofit Charitable Organization
About.com Guide Stan Hutton provides all the information you need on finding grants and starting and running a nonprofit organization.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
CFDA lists all 1,386 Federal programs offering grants, loans, loan guarantees, services, information, scholarships, training, insurance, etc.
Community Development Block Grants (HUD)
As the largest US Federal grant program, HUD's CDBG provides billions per year to towns and counties for revitalization, housing, economic growth and municipal facilities.