To apply for a debt relief grant, use a computer and the Internet to identify the grant at a government website, such as Grants.gov, and write a proposal. If the government grant does not succeed, you can get help from programs offered by different companies, explains eHow.
As of 2016, Grants.gov has debt relief grants that it offers to individuals and nonprofit companies, notes eHow. To see the grants available on the website, type "debt relief grants" into the search bar, and select the grant for which you qualify.
For the government to consider the application, you need to write a proposal, explains eHow. The proposal helps in the selection process and can determine whether or not you get the grant. Before writing the proposal, make sure you have reviewed all the requirements for the grant. Submit the proposal before the deadline, and Proofread the proposal to make sure it does not have errors, and submit it before the deadline.
In case the debt relief grant application does not succeed, do not lose hope. Some companies offer programs that can reduce your debt to manageable levels, says eHow. However, it is necessary to choose the company wisely, because some may have high charges for the process. Family and friends may be able to give recommendations of good companies. Alternatively, use the Internet to find information about the reputation and dependability of the company.