WHAT PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE?
FREE MONEY: Usually through direct grants that do not have to be
BUSINESS CONSULTING: Free management advice is offered on almost
every business subject by the Department of Economic Development
to minimize new business start-up management costs.
MANAGEMENT TRAINING: Most states will assign specialists to work
with a new business with one-on-one management training.
EMPLOYEE TRAINING ASSISTANCE: This program provides FREE MONEY to
FREE MONEY is also available to send employees to school.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT GRANTS: FREE MONEY is available to attract
high-tech related companies.
PROGRAM CONSULTANTS: States have highly trained management
consultants who will locate Federal Grant Programs and help you
through the application Process.
VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCING: This method can provide FREE MONEY in
the sense you wouldn't have to pay it back. You would, however,
probably have to give up part of the ownership of your business in
order to receive financing. Most states have their own venture
capital finance terms that invest in high risk businesses.
MINORITIES & WOMEN: FREE MONEY grants are available in most states
for women or minorities who want to start a business.
LOW INTEREST LOANS: A state may raise money through industrial
revenue bonds to buy your fixed-asset equipment. The public, which
invests in these bonds, do not pay taxes on the earned interest.
When a low interest loan is granted, the states does not guarantee
that investors will get their money back if the business fails. If
a state issues a general obligation bond, a public investment is
then guaranteed. The states will also make direct loans at low
interest, or even co-sign a commercial bank loan. If a state
co-signs a loan for you, it may subsidize your interest and reduce
an already low-interest rate lower yet.
How can the Grant-Sources Program help me?
We are an internet money portal which will help you locate
federal money that you are entitled to receiving. Our online grant
seekers database makes locating federal money fast, easy, and
convenient. Our staff has spent countless hours building a
user-friendly database that contains everything you need to find
and apply for a grant or loan. Although $300 billion is allocated
just for grant money, there are other forms of assistance the
government offers including low interest loans, personal business
assistance, and work training. Our program lists all assistance
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What Do We Do?
We take care of all the hard work for you. We locate
money sources and add them to our program. There are so many out
there that we are constantly searching, locating, and adding new
sources to our program. So you know you have the most updated
information. We will show you step by step how to locate the
grants you are eligible for and how to obtain your fair share of
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Who can get money from the government?
Anyone/general public, Individual/Family, Small
business, Federal, Interstate, Intrastate, State, Local, Sponsored
organization, Public nonprofit institution/organization, Other
public institution/organization, Federally Recognized Indian
Tribal Governments, U.S. Territories, Minority group, Specialized
group (e.g. health professionals, students, veterans), Profit
organization, Private nonprofit institution/organization,
Quasi-public nonprofit organization, Other private
institution/organization, Native American Organizations, Health
Professional, Education Professional, Student/Trainee, Graduate
Student, Scientist/Researchers, Artist/Humanist,
Farmer/Rancher/Agriculture Producer, Industrialist/Business
Person, Small Business Person, Consumer, Homeowner, Land/Property
Owner, Black, American Indian, Spanish Origin, Oriental, Other
Non-White, Migrant, U.S. Citizen, Refugee/Alien, Veteran/Service
Person/Reservist (including dependants), Women, Handicapped (e.g.
deaf, Blind, Crippled), Physically Afflicted (e.g. TB, Arthritis,
Heart Disease), Mentally Disabled, Drug Addict, Alcoholic,
Juvenile Delinquent, Infant (0-5), Preschool, School, Child
(6-15), Youth (16-21), Senior Citizen (60+), Unemployed, Welfare
Recipient, Pension Recipient, Moderate Income, Low Income, Major
Metropolis (over 250,000), Other Urban, Suburban, Rural, Education
(grades 0-8), Education (grades 9-12), Education (grades 13+).
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How much money can I get?
That all depends on the type of grant you are applying
for and your actual needs. Some grants have a $5,000 limit, some
have a $500,000 limit, and some don't even have a limit! back to
What if I have bad credit?
Whether you have bad credit, or have filed for bankruptcy in the
past, you are still entitled to your fair share of government
money. As long as you are a tax paying U.S. citizen you have
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types of financial assistance are there?
Business Grants: There is so much money out there to help
businesses grow that if every business in America were to apply
for an equal share of financial assistance, each business would
receive over $70,000!
There are many educational grants available to help preschool,
private, elementary, and college students. Whether you need money
to go to college or need money to help your kids get through
school, we can help you locate the grants which you are eligible
Grants: Find money to repair your home, for rent, mortgage,
general living expenses, bill payments for seniors, medical
expenses, and welfare.
Care Grants: Find money for dental care, eye glasses, sleep
disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, nursing homes, alzheimer's
disease, stroke, parkinson's disease, prescription medicine,
mental and emotional disorders, learning disabilities, and more.
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What's the catch?
Receiving government money is not as easy as filling
out a form, signing your name, and expecting a check from Uncle
Sam a week later. Simply follow our method and with a little
effort you will be on your way to receiving money each and every
year. The easy steps to receiving government money we teach you
are not hard to do. We provide you with key information that will
allow you to take part in receiving your fair share of federal
money. We have taken care of the hard part for you. The Program
allows you to save the time it would take to search through
thousands of websites and hours spent at the library locating
federal grants and loans in books which may be outdated. The key
to receiving money lies within your personal grant proposal. Your
grant proposal will explain to the government agency why you need
financial assistance. We will teach you step by step and in detail
what you need to say in your proposal. back to top