The U.S. Government is attempting to raise taxpayer awareness of the many free government grants available to them and made possible by their tax dollars. Most government grants never have to be repaid and are available for a wide variety of uses. For example, taxpayers may be eligible for a grant of up to $50,000 to make repairs on their home. Grants of up to $250,000 are available to start or expand a business and the federal government has budgeted $100 billion dollars for education related grants.
Minority grants are available to Women, African Americans, Native Americans and others that never have to be repaid. These grants include: education grants and business grants. In addition, most states also have grant programs to assist minorities.
Single Mother Grants
Children are our most precious resource and to assist single mothers grants are available for education and to alleviate financial hardship.
Our greatest natural resource is our education system and as such, Education Grants are available to the vast majority of Americans through the Pell Grants, TEACH Grants, National SMART Grants and other programs.
In an effort to jump start the slumping housing market, the US Government has initiated a number of new Housing grant programs that are available to taxpayers. These include the First Time Home Buyers Grant in addition to traditional programs such as: Rehabilitation Home Grants, Home Investment Grants, Rural Home Grants and HUD Home Grants.
In summary, the U.S. Government has literally hundreds of billions of your tax dollars available in the form of government grants. In these difficult economic times, it's never made more sense to research the available programs that fit your needs and circumstances.