Government Grant Programs For
Both Business And Personal Use
Available government grant programs for both business and personal use come in many forms. At no cost, you can learn how to access all the benefits and grants you're eligible for.
This section of the site has grant information of a general nature. For disability specific information, please go to the Disability Grants page.
We want to help you access free government grant money and benefits that are rightfully yours. Whether for business or personal use, there's a proper way to apply for government grants and benefits.
That "proper way" involves putting something in writing. You won't get anywhere unless it's in writing. And that's where we come in.
You simply tell us your story, speaking from the heart about your situation, and explaining why you believe you need help. We'll then edit and polish your message as needed to make sure it looks and sounds good.
If you're disabled, there is absolutely no cost to the service we offer. Go to the Get Free Disability Help page now or keep on reading to learn more about available government grants.
Note. Grants and benefits include more than just money. You can get free counseling, free books, free equipment, and so on. In other words, you can get just about anything to make your world a better place.
1. The CFDA Catalog
The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance is the master source of the thousands of available government grants and benefits programs administered by the federal government.
The CFDA is a catalog. It is not a granting agency. Learn more here:
This link takes you to our CFDA page. It has great tips on how to save time using the CFDA Catalog.
2. Biz Government Grants
Businesses account for a huge share of government grant programs. Disabled or not, the entrepreneur-minded person can access public funding of some sort or another. Learn more here:
This link is to a page that explains how aspiring entrepreneurs, disabled or not, can find what's available by way of government grant programs. You'll be surprised at the recommended approach.
3. My Government Grants
Most visitors to this site are interested in personal government grants. Even though personal grants are part of the total of available government grant programs, there's a right way to go about getting what you deserve.
Avoid doing things the wrong way. Learn more here:
This link brings you to a page that explains how an individual can personally access available government programs for grants and benefits. Expect the unexpected and you won't be disappointed.
4. Find Grants Online
Before you can even think about "writing government grants" you have to find a granting agency. Your only reasonable option is to search a large online database of organizations that lists government grant programs and other benefits.
This can be a long and frustrating process, especially if you're doing it for the first time. We offer tips though to make it easy. Learn more here:
The above link brings you to a page that shows how you can access one of the largest and best known online databases for US federal, state and other government grant programs.
Learn how to access all the government grants and benefits you need and are entitled to, and at no charge, if you're disabled.
5. Writing Grant Proposals
Most people talk about "writing government grants." What does that mean? Technically, you do not write a grant; you write an application for a grant. But everyone uses the term grant writing, so we use it freely.
In fact, here at Accessible.org, we include not only grants, but also any kind of benefit. Learn more here:
The above link takes you to a treasure trove of information about accessing government programs of grants and benefits. Not to be missed!
So what's your next step?
If you're disabled, the next step is to get your story in writing. Start at the Get free Disability Help page.
If you're NOT disabled, continue to explore the pages in this section.
Remember, including grants for the disabled, every year over 30 million recipients get over $1 trillion worth of free government grants!
Grants do NOT have to be repaid! That's the basic definition of a grant. And that's so important if you have no money to spare, even for your medications, especially for the disabled.
A government loan is different. Like any loan it needs to be repaid.
But we're not talking about government loans here, so why not grab your share of all the available government grant programs? Act now and get what's rightfully yours. If you don't, someone else will!
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