While there are a lot of resources written about government fund and other sources of funding for business and different institutions, it can still be confusing who tells the truth.
Here, we list down the most authoritative sources—the government itself—for government grants:
- Grants and Loans section of USA.gov – overview of government grants, who are eligible to apply, and tips and tools for the grant application process
- S. Small Business Administration – information about small business grants and loan programs offered by the government to assist entrepreneurs in starting and expanding their small businesses
- Homeland Security – information about the emergency communications grants provided by the Department of Homeland Security
- S. Fish and Wildlife Service Financial Assistance – information about financial assistance programs that support the mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which is the conservation and development of fish and wildlife resources
- Grant Eligibility – details on who and which organizations are allowed to receive government grants
- gov Application Training – a collection of videos that serve as guide on registration and application for a government grant
- Grant Proposals – a comprehensive guide by the University of North Carolina on how to write a successful grant proposal
- gov Community Blog – everything you need to know about government grants such as grant writing basics, grant policy, and applications; includes training videos to enhance learning
- Government Grant Scams – rules from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on avoiding becoming a victim to “free grant” and other government grant-related scams.