This is a private website and is not endorsed by or affiliated with any local, state or federal government agency or authority. ×

Grant Assistance Resources, Guides & Articles

Getting Started
With the rising cost of living in the United States, lower income individuals and families are looking for alternative solutions for keeping their households afloat. At the same time, tuition costs for higher education are only growing higher, making it difficult for those without significant financial resources to improve themselves and their status in life without taking on extreme loans and debt. Furthermore, aspiring and small business owners, community groups and non-profits, artists and researchers are almost always in need of additional funds to help fulfill their missions, goals and mandates.

Grant programs have aided individuals and families to improve their quality of life, make college affordable and nurture small businesses and community improvement programs. Provided by federal, state, county and private organizations, recipients can receive financial support and assistance that in most cases doesn't need to be paid back. It's a gift, but not one that an individual or organization can use for anything they want, but only for the purposes for which it was given.

So that you may quickly find potential programs that make sense for your needs, we have developed educational resource guides broken down into the following opportunity categories; By Program, By Demographic and Additional Assistance. Each opportunity presented has specific requirements, rules and application processes that must be followed in order to qualify. The information provided will help you get started on the journey by providing options for further investigation. Keep in mind that applying for grants takes research, effort and persistence. The help is out there and available but it's up to you go and get it. Let's get started!

Most Read Grants By Demographic
For The Disabled - Learn more about private and public programs that provide support to individuals with disabilities.

For Minorities - Minority groups in America face serious challenges, and many grant programs have been established to help close the gaps created by years of discrimination. Here's an introduction to grant programs serving minority communities.

For Women - There are many funding options for women and single mothers, including assistance for housing, education, starting a business and more.

For Single Parents - It's hard being a single parent these days. That's why government and private sources offer grants and financial aid opportunities to help out hard-working Americans like you. Our handy article breaks it down.

For The Unemployed - Losing your job can seem like the end of the world, especially if you don't have savings and have a mortgage or a heavy rent bill to pay. It's not always as bad as it seems. There is help available to get you through the hard times and get you back on your feet!

For Senior Citizens - Many older Americans live under daily financial stress. Here are some of the many government and private programs designed to help out

Most Read Grants By Program
For Emergencies - Emergencies cannot be predicted, and they can destroy a tight budget and produce desperate financial needs. It's not easy to find help when you need it most, but there are places to turn, and it's worth the effort it takes to try!

For Housing - Housing is the single biggest cost for most American families, with many paying more than half their income to stay in their home. There are programs that help cost-burdened families to find, keep, and improve their homes.

For Food & Nutrition - Did you know that plenty of Americans are struggling with the cost of food? Fortunately, several government services exist to provide nutritional assistance to low-income Americans and other vulnerable groups. Our handy article breaks it down.

For Home Repair - Every house needs repair and maintenance to keep it livable and sustain its value. Home repair can be a major expense, but the longer you put it off, the more expensive it gets. There are programs that can help you to get needed repairs done before they turn into major problems.

For Utilities - Many low-income American families spend more than 10% of their income to cover utility bills. If you need help with energy or utility costs, here's where to look.

For Transportation - Transportation is a basic need for anyone earning a living in the American economy. If lack of transportation or the cost of transportation is isolating you from work, school, shopping or other basic needs, there is help available, from programs ranging from fare subsidies to donated vehicles.

For Education - College is expensive, but there are many programs designed to help. Be sure you are aware of all the possible options for assistance with higher education costs.

For Starting A Business - If you're looking for capital to start or expand a business, you'll want to consider the possibility of applying for business grants. Here's where to start.

Additional Assistance
Social Security Disability Benefits - Social Security Disability Insurance, or SSDI, is a government program that provides long-term support for disabled Americans. Here's what you need to know.

Unclaimed Cash Programs – We've all heard stories about billions of dollars in cash and assets waiting to be found by their owners. Could some of it be yours? There are reputable ways to find and recover any unclaimed assets you have. If someone's offering to do it for you, be careful, especially if they want money up front!

Government Loans - The federal government offers a range of loan options to Americans to finance everything from higher education to a business to a house, and much more! Here's a review of some of the most useful loan programs.

Jobs And Industries That Offer Free Training - The employment market is tight, jobs are hard to find, and wages are low, right? Not everywhere. Some industries are desperate to hire skilled workers, and many of them will help prospective workers learn their trade. Here's where to look.

Ways To Make Money From Home – Millions of Americans are working from home, part time and full time, as a career or as a way to earn extra money on the side. You can do it too, and here's how you can get started.

How To Avoid Grant Scams – Sometimes people who offer help are just out to help themselves. Here's how to spot the difference between a real and helpful grant program and a scam.

We will be adding guides and articles regularly so check back with us often.

Authority Sites
Grant money has helped change the lives of many individuals, families, businesses and non-profits. From fulfilling basic human and family needs, to improving opportunities with further education, to providing a leg up in starting a business, to rewarding our troops for their service to the country, help is available.

Our goal is to assist you in your search for educational information on a wide variety of related subjects all conveniently found in one place. However, we strongly suggest you visit grants.gov to stay updated on the latest programs and requirements, as well as any other federal or state website.

We Want To Hear From You
We thank you for visiting this site. If you found programs that ended up working (or not working) for you and your family please let us know. If you are seeking help and didn't find a guide or article that provided details on your specific, related topic please let us know.

Write us at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you.