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As of 2015, individuals and organizations download, fill out and submit applications for free grants from 26 federal agencies that award grants through the Grants.gov website. Students complete the Free Application for F... More »

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All grant applications are free and are available on sites such as Grants.gov, NEH.gov and Arts.gov. Government agencies and charitable foundations provide grant information on their websites. For example, the National E... More »

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Grants available from the Workforce Investment Act are primarily administered by state workforce development or employment agencies that require applications to be completed at a local or regional office. Applicants can ... More »

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Government, education, public housing, and non-profit organizations, along with small businesses, some larger for-profit organizations, and in some cases individuals, can apply for grants from the government, according t... More »

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Programs that provide free government grant money for education include the Federal Pell Grant, the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant and the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education... More »

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture issues grants through the Rural Housing Repair Loans and Grants program to allow very low-income individuals in rural areas the opportunity to repair, modernize, improve or remove healt... More »

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Fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid form through FAFSA.gov to apply for student financial aid, including federal grants, or complete the registration process and application package required through Grant... More »

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