When you apply for a grant or benefit, you can't just pick up the phone and say, "Send me money please." You have to put your story in writing. This is where Accessible.org can help you.
Remember, government grants for the disabled include more than just money. You could get counseling, books, equipment, and much more. You can find just about anything to make your world a better place.
3. It's Simple, But Not Easy!
Getting a grant is like laying bricks for a wall – simple, but not so easy!
Hello! Don Coggan here, founder and owner of Accessible.org. I've been evaluating and writing proposals – and helping people get grants – since the early 1980s.
I can assure you that you don't NEED to spend a penny on any books or courses to get disability grants or benefits.
In fact, most government disability grants are federally administered and can be found in one place on the Internet. Check out the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance and see for yourself.
So if you can do it all on your own, why would you need any help from Accessible.org? Simple. Whenever you do something for the first time, there's a good chance of getting something wrong. We can help you get it right, and all at no charge.
Does Grant Money Grow On Trees?
Getting a grant is not at all like plucking money off the nearest grant tree!
When people talk about getting a grant, they're often just looking for easy money.
They want to be able to walk out of their home or office, go to the nearest grant tree and pluck the money off the branches.
Hello! Wake up! Some effort is needed and even if it's just a little, many people get discouraged and give up. DON'T GIVE UP. Get our professional help.
Now, you could choose to do everything entirely on your own. If so, you'd likely put in days, weeks, and even months of frustrating and unrewarding effort.
And then you'd most probably abandon the project after having wasted all that time and energy. Yes, you could take that approach.
OR YOU CAN BE SMART.
You can get our professional help. All you have to do is submit your story for publication on Accessible.org. Getting your story properly in writing is a key first step in getting a grant.
You still have to work at it though and this is where many people get off the track. Sometimes just a little encouragement is needed. That's what our story-telling service and professional advice are for.