How Our System Works for You...

Our breakthrough grant finder technology allows you to apply quickly for grants that meet your needs. You can apply for unlimited grants. Or apply year after year to create residual income.

Access all the grant funds you need
in three easy steps...

Step 1: Search

Searching requires patience and persistence to find the perfect funding opportunity. There are thousands of funding opportunities and billions of dollars available from both federal and private organizations that are required to give away money to people just like you! These grants don't require credit checks, security deposits, co-signers or collateral. It’s very important that you know what type of funding you're seeking before you get started. What do you NEED the money for? Do you need it to start a business, pay for childcare, fund an education, buy a home or to pay for prescription drugs? Take some time to figure out exactly what you need the funding for and then start searching both the federal and foundation grant databases. You can start by searching our Federal Grants Database or you can search for private funding at the Foundation Center.

Step 2: Inquire

Once you've found the funding opportunities for which you want to apply, you'll need to inquire about its availability. Often times this step can get overlooked and lots of time can be lost as a result of filling out applications for opportunities that no longer exist. There are typically a few ways in which you can inquire. In most cases, you'll need to write a letter of inquiry to the address listed on your selected opportunity. However, for some opportunities you'll be able to call or send email. If you're required to write, then download our sample letter of inquiry, compose your letter and mail it off immediately.

Step 3: Apply

As soon as you have received confirmation that the grant you are interested in is available, it is time to move forward. The application is the most important step in this process. It is extremely important that you follow the instructions to the letter. Most of the agencies providing funding review hundreds if not thousands of applications every year. Your application should be clear and to the point. Make sure that the entity you are writing to can see why awarding the funding to you is a wise investment for them. Explain how you are going to use their money carefully and how others are going to benefit from your work. Remember, it is very important that you adhere to the application format that that your target audience is accustomed to seeing.

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Everything You Need!

There comes a time when you may want to start a business or begin a project of some type. To do this you need money. In many cases, those who start up a business or begin a project don’t always have the cash available. They may think about taking out loans to gain the capital required. Sell stocks are a good choice, but you can only do that if you go public. So the best way to go about it is by a grant. Some people consider grants to be benefits given to another person, or entitlements. To be realistic about it, grants are not free money. There are people who think that grants are free from the government, and are given out to anyone who require one. This is simply not true. Grants are actually donations that are given to charitable (501c3) nonprofit organizations and public agencies in order to meet specific goals. There are grants given by the government to pay for college tuition. This is actually referred to as a Pell Grant. But there are other grants that the government or even corporations and other organizations give out that is considered an award of financial assistance to a person, with the intention of carrying out a public purpose of some type.

The Federal Government provides 1,000s of grants that fall into 21 categories. These categories include agriculture, arts, business and commerce, community development, education, employment, energy, and so many others. There are numerous agencies within the government that give grants when the proper paperwork is submitted. Such agencies include the Department of Agriculture, Department of Defense, the Department of Commerce, the Department of Education, the Small Business Administration, and the Department of Energy, to name a few.

When applying for grants at any government agency, charitable foundation, corporation, or service club, it often times takes from 3-12 months between the time you apply to when you actually receive the money, if the grant is approved. Not all grant requests are approved. Many grants are given by small, local foundations, especially when some local citizen is doing something to better the community. Grants have been known to be in the range of $500 up to $15,000.

Understand what you are doing!

Grants are great for helping with immediate cash flow for a particular project or business venture, but it does not substitute for actual start up money. If you are looking to start a business, going after a grant is only applicable if the business is for a certain cause, like helping the community in some way, not necessary to make money selling something. If you need money to start a business, you need to seek out sources for capital. However, if starting your business means performing a service that may be tied in some way to a charity, or social event, a grant may be possible. For example, if you were starting a business that made equipment to test for certain diseases, and you knew that purchasing one type of equipment would speed up the process of evaluating strains of viruses, you could possibly apply for and obtain a grant. In order to apply for a grant, you must learn the system and how the grant process works. You need to know who is giving out the grant and how they go about deciding on who gets the grant money and who doesn’t. This way if a grant that you knew about is no longer available, but a new one has replaced it, you would know about it. This way you wouldn’t waste your time applying for something that is just not there.

Know how to work with your government agency!

Another part of the grant process you should become familiar with is the politics involved. This is true, especially when dealing with the government. In many situations, dealing with the government does take some effort. But this is not impossible, for there are people, like you and me, who get grants from the government every day; you just have to understand the system to work around issues that may come up, and use the system to your advantage. Applying for grants also involves where to find the money. You just don’t say so-and-so has the money; I’ll get a grant from him. You must know where the grants are if you want to apply for them. The last thing you need to know is how to write a good proposal so you can get the grant you seek. There are many proposals written every day that are declined because they are poorly rewritten. The proposal has to be written in a persuasive tone and style but also in the format that grant proposals were meant to be in. If you are looking to get a grant for a major project or some kind of undertaking, this book will help you to get there. You will learn about the different grant programs available, who gives grants, and why they exist. You will also get to review an actual grant proposal so you can see the style and formatting as well as the language used. At least by learning about grants, this will help you in your efforts to understand them more so you’ll be in a better position to know what to do and how to go about doing it.

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