Available government grant programs
There are almost 2,500 Grant and Aid Programs administered by 57 different Federal Agencies.
Government Grants's budgets:
- Small Business Grants: $151.5 Billion
- Housing Grants: $146.1 Billion
- Student Grants $86.4 Billion
- Personal Grants: $93.4 Billion
- Government Minority Grants: $57.5 Billion
- You will find Minority Grants in mostly all the other categories; Small Business Grants, Student Grants, Community Grants, Non-Profits Grants, etc. Simply look into these categories and look for Minorities Grants.
- Government Women's grants: $99.7 billion
- You will find Women�s Grants in mostly all the other categories; Small Business Grants, Student Grants, Community Grants, Non-Profits Grants, etc. Simply look into these categories and look for Women's Grants.
- Government Research Grants: $96.5 Billion
- Community Development Grants: $38.5 billion
- The 2 most common Community Grants programs are from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the USDA for Rural Development.
- Government Grants for Non Profit Organizations: $103 billion
- The one stop shop for all basic information is Firstgov.gov. Npguides.org provides a "how to" guide on how to write proposals for non-profits grants.
Who offer government grants?
The Federal and many State Governments are required by law to issue grants for many diverse needs. See government grants 101. The Influx of grant money into the economy creates jobs, which in turn creates more tax revenue and reduces individual (and corporate) dependency on government subsistence programs
With our economy in flux, the need to distribute this money and create jobs has become critical.
Many Corporations and Foundations are required to grant a certain amount of their assets annually for a variety of reasons. Foundations are required to give away at least 5% of their total assets each year to maintain their tax-exempt status.
Many of us don't realize that the U.S. Government and literally thousands of private foundations will distribute over $300 Billion to individuals and small business for any reasonable need. This grant money requires no special qualifications, no repayment, no collateral, no credit checks, is non-taxable and is available to you now!
As a result, many grants and low interest loan programs are available to stimulate small businesses. As a business owner or future entrepreneur, you may qualify for a variety of grants from public and private sources designed to enhance, expand or initiate your business.
Example of available programs:
- College and Education
- Small Business
- Research Grants
- Women and minority Businesses
- Minority Assistance
- Low Income Assistance
- Housing assistance
- Federal Loans
- Nursing Programs
- Veterans Programs
There are even special government grants reserved for the following special interest groups.
Veterans, Families of Veterans, Minority groups such as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Asian Americans.
A huge special category just for American Indians or just about any other Minority group. Low Income families, Non-Profit organizations, First time Home Owners, Artists, musicians, Nurses, Teachers, People with disabilities. Even more for those suffering from HIV & Aids. Plus special Grants for Single Mothers and their children.