To apply for a debt relief grant, use a computer and the Internet to identify the grant at a government website, such as, and write a proposal. If the government grant does not succeed, you can get help from p... More » Business & Finance Credit & Lending

U.S. citizens who are at least 18 years old are eligible to apply for government debt relief grants. The terms and eligibility requirements may vary based on government policies and types of grants available; however, ma... More » Government & Politics Social Services

There are no federal grants to provide direct debt relief, states The government provides grants to nonprofit entities and other organizations for programs that help educate and counsel consumers to mana... More » Business & Finance Credit & Lending Personal Loans
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